Eric Pahl, a doctoral student in health informatics at the University of Iowa, is one of the two Iowa students behind the startup company ORGANizer, a mobile app aimed at improving communication and coordination surrounding organ transplants.
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Caroline Radesky has been awarded a Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Mellon Fellowship for Dissertation Research in Original Sources.
The Board of Regents, State of Iowa, has approved a request to revise and restructure the bioscience-related program(s) into a new consortium degree-granting program at the University of Iowa—the Biomedical Science Program.
Jim Schroeder, a graduate student in physics and astronomy, has built an instrument to study the physical principles that produce the northern lights. Schroeder will use his $126,000 fellowship from the National Science Foundation to test his instrument this month at UCLA.
University of Iowa students, faculty, staff, and alumni received some of the institution’s highest honors on April 12 at the 99th Finkbine Dinner.
Nathaniel Otjen, an English and anthropology major who will graduate from the University of Iowa in May 2016 with high distinction, has been awarded the Joseph E. and Ursil I. Callen Prize from the UI Graduate College.
Doctoral students Andrew Nelson (human toxicology) and Gregory Stoutenberg (philosophy) each received a Graduate Research Excellence award from the University of Iowa's Office of Research and Economic Development.
A School of Urban and Regional Planning field problems group achieved a second-place finish at the 2016 American Planning Association (APA) National Conference poster contest.
Noaquia Callahan, a Ph.D. candidate in history at the University of Iowa, is one of 13 Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant winners from the UI for 2016-17.