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Center for the Book brings books to life
January 19, 2016
The Center for the Book is an innovative arts and research program dedicated to the past, present, and future of the book. Located in the University of Iowa Graduate College, the Center pursues a distinctive mission, integrating practice in the art of the book with study of the book in society.
2016 Open Doors Series
January 19, 2016

Have you considered where your PhD could lead you? The Open Doors Series, presented by the Graduate College, will explore the expanded market for doctoral graduates.

Layers of nerve cells in the retina
January 13, 2016
Brittany Williams earns a National Research Service Award from the National Institutes of Health.
Study identifies hormone that regulates 'sweet tooth'
December 28, 2015
We all love our sugar, especially during the holidays. Cookies, cake, and candy are simply irresistible. While sugar cravings are common, the physiological mechanisms that trigger our “sweet tooth” are not well defined.
Graduate Education at Iowa
December 15, 2015

With 25 graduate programs ranked among the top 25 best programs in the nation (U.S. News and World Report, 2016), the Graduate College remains committed to fostering a diverse intellectual environment that inspires research, scholarship, and innovation.

OGI creates community
December 15, 2015
The Graduate College’s Office of Graduate Inclusion (OGI) has recently developed programming that focuses on scholar activism, public engagement, building community, and tips and strategies for navigating the academy.
Planting seeds of research
December 14, 2015
Eli Asikin-Garmager, a doctoral student in linguistics, wasted little time learning how to conceptualize a project that benefits the people in his geographical research area. Asikin-Garmager used his project experience to earn a grant from the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship Program.
UI graduate student lands NASA fellowship
November 20, 2015
Tinkering in astrophysics landed a fourth-year physics graduate student a coveted NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship.
Borchering and Staley win L.B. Sims Awards
November 19, 2015
Based on the excellence of their research, Nicholas Borcherding and Cale Staley have received the L.B. Sims Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award by the Graduate College.
Fall 2015 Newsmagazine
October 27, 2015
This issue focuses on how the Graduate College invests in student success and how the UI creates a sense of community across campus.

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