Women Impacting ISU Calendar

Initiated in 2007 by the Catt Associates student leadership organization and funded by Iowa State’s Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, the Women Impacting ISU calendar was developed as a tribute to current students, faculty and staff who distinguished themselves through their accomplishments at Iowa State University. Each year, 12 women from a wide variety of disciplines and diverse backgrounds are selected to appear on the calendar.

A committee of representatives from Catt Center student programs, previous calendar honorees and members of the ISU community review the applicants and select the honorees.

The poster-size calendar features pictures of the honorees along with a short description of their achievements. This recognition is focused on the important role women play at Iowa State University. Contributions made in the classroom, through campus involvement, through community relationships, and among students and professionals at the institution are considered by the selection committee.

An unveiling celebration is held each January to publicly honor the women selected to appear on the calendar. Calendars are available at the celebration, immediately following the program. Calendars are also available at various campus locations, including the Catt Center (309 Catt Hall), Sloss House, Greenlee School (101 Hamilton), Department of Residence (1203 Friley), Beardshear Hall, and West Student Office Space in the Memorial Union. If you would like calendars for distribution at your campus office, please contact the Catt Center at 515.294.3181 or cattcntr@iastate.edu.

2018 honorees, left to right: Daniela Dimitrova, LeQuetia Ancar, Stacy Ko, Emily Barske, Barbara Woods, Eulanda Sanders, Kayla Sander, Erin Pederson, Rachael Barnes and Judy Vance. Not pictured: 2018 honorees Monica Howard and Sherri Angstrom.
2018 honorees, left to right: Daniela Dimitrova, LeQuetia Ancar, Stacy Ko, Emily Barske, Barbara Woods, Eulanda Sanders, Kayla Sander, Erin Pederson, Rachael Barnes and Judy Vance. Not pictured: 2018 honorees Monica Howard and Sherri Angstrom.