AMES, IOWA (May 6, 2020) — Iowa State University announces students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who will receive bachelor of sciences degrees upon completion of the spring 2020 semester. The following local students will join a network of 46,000 CALS alumni sharing their talents and making a difference around the world.

Anna Fleming of Davenport, Iowa (52803) majoring in Animal Science

Alan Chatfield of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Animal Science

Brandon Bauer of Davenport IA (52804) majoring in Animal Science

Brett Henningsen of De Witt IA (52742) majoring in Agricultural Studies

Jose Carranza of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Animal Ecology

Chelsea Harris of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Animal Science

Derek Henningsen of De Witt IA (52742) majoring in Animal Science

Daniel Luo of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Agricultural Studies

David Smidt of Bettendorf IA (52722) majoring in Environmental Science (AGLS)

Emily Howell of Walcott IA (52773) majoring in Biological Systems Engineering

Ethan Wiegle of Muscatine IA (52726) majoring in Agricultural Systems Technology

Emily Tonn of Davenport IA (52803) majoring in Environmental Science (AGLS)

Chloe Hagen of Stockton IA (52769) majoring in Animal Science

Hunter Britton of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Agricultural Business

Hattie Spies of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Horticulture

Hannah Garland of Dixon IA (52745) majoring in Horticulture

Jacob Askam of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Industrial Technology

Jesse Kreiter of Davenport IA (52807) majoring in Animal Science

Joseph Medina of Geneseo IL (61254) majoring in Industrial Technology

Mitchell Hadden of Davenport IA (52802) majoring in Genetics (AGLS)

Ryan Hance of De Witt IA (52742) majoring in Animal Ecology

Rebecca Martin of De Witt IA (52742) majoring in Animal Science

Raven-Skye Haller of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Horticulture

Jonathon Solt of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Animal Ecology

Tayler Johnson of Reynolds IL (61279) majoring in Animal Science

Tiffany Tomlin of Muscatine IA (52761) majoring in Agricultural and Life Sciences Education

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and the university's commitment to prioritize health and safety, spring commencement has moved to a virtual format. While graduation may look a little different in this format, there are still opportunities for students to celebrate their achievement with their family, friends and supporters.

On May 8, 2020 the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will host a virtual convocation at 9AM CST. This event provides individual recognition for graduating seniors and will feature a series of videos hosted on the college Facebook page or at www.cals.iastate.edu/convocation where the virtual celebration will be archived for future viewing.

  • Dean's Message: Daniel J. Robison, endowed dean's chair in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
  • Senior Speaker: Vishesh Bhatia, graduating genetics major
  • Recognition of Senior Awards: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Student Council
  • Presentation of Graduates: Video slide shows featuring the individual achievement of the graduates

In addition, Iowa State University's Spring 2020 virtual commencement ceremonies for undergraduates, graduates, and veterinary medicine students will be available on-demand beginning 10AM (CST) and the entire spring 2020 graduating class will forever share a special place in Cyclone history. Please join us online to celebrate their achievements.

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