Graduate Student Shelley Oltman's poster titled "An Exploratory Study of the Food System in Accra, Ghana" won the graduate student poster competition at the 4th Annual Global Health Consortium Conference at Des Moines University
Shelley Otlmans’ poster, "An Exploratory Study of the Food System in Accra, Ghana," won the graduate student poster competition at the 4th Annual Global Health Consortium Conference, held in conjunction with the World Food Prize Symposium.

Community and Regional Planning

Community and Regional Planning — or, CRP — is composed of two degrees: Bachelor of Science in Community and Regional Planning; Master of Community and Regional Planning; and several dual degrees including Sustainable Agriculture, Transportation, Architecture, Business Admnistration, Landscape Architecture, Public Administration and administers a Graduate Certificate program in Geographic Information Systems(GIS). The Department of Community and Regional Planning at Iowa State University is one of the nation's largest and longest-established planning programs, and one of only 16 accredited undergraduate planning programs in the United States. The department has an outstanding international faculty committed to excellence in the teaching of planning at both undergraduate and graduate levels.