Graduate College News
With 100 billion nerve cells interconnected via a vast network of neural pathways, the complexity of the human brain is awe-inspiring. Your brain serves as command center for your body’s vital functions, houses your future hopes and cherished memories, and serves as the seat of consciousness through which you draw purpose and passion.
Sara Mitchell believes good mentors are candid with their students. She chooses to tell her students what they need to hear, not just what they want to hear.
College of Engineering faculty K.K. Choi and Witold Krajewski each earned top recognition from the University of Iowa Graduate College for excellence in mentoring graduate students.
Just a generation ago, hometown Iowa had a different look and feel. Today, many Iowa communities, both large and small, search for ways to regain and sustain vibrancy.
As the 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama has been a lens through which people worldwide have interpreted the politics, art, comics, and music present in their lives.
The field of genetics research received a boost at the University of Iowa when the provost announced in 2010 the hiring of a cluster of new faculty across campus to pursue genetics research.
Luke Juran, a Ph.D. student in geography at the UI, recently conducted research in post-disaster water sanitation in India through a Fulbright grant.
Zuobiao Yuan understands the importance of conducting impactful research. But he also realizes that postdoctoral scholars cannot succeed on research alone.
This article by Associate Provost and Graduate College Dean John Keller appeared as an op-ed in the Sunday edition of the Des Moines Register on March 18, 2012.