Presidents Of Iowa State University
Following are presidents of Iowa State University.
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... Steven Leath was named the president-elect of Iowa State University on September 27, 2011 ... He will assume office as the 15th president of the university of February 1, 2012 ... He comes to Iowa State as the current vice president for research and sponsored programs for the University of North Carolina system ...
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