Montgomery Prize winner Serena (Banu) Gumusoglu’s research determined that inflammation and dysfunction during pregnancy shapes offspring brain development.
Samuel Brensinger was recognized with the Spriestersbach Prize for his dissertation describing Projective Gauge Gravity.
Alaine Reschke-Hernández has been awarded the Spriestersbach Prize for her research on music therapy.
Spriestersbach Prize winner Brett Bahle is studying attention and memory through visual search tasks with the eyes.
Sport and Recreation Management master's students have valuable virtual learning experience with the Chicago Blackhawks and Cedar Rapids Kernels.
Researchers use electromagnetic energy fields to safely and non-invasively manage blood sugar levels.
Diann Rozsa is researching what it is about vernacular hauntings that scares Americans the most.
The Graduate College has recognized Leslie Schwalm and Carolyn Brown with the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award for 2019-2020.
In spring 2020, NIH awarded Krista Wahlstrom with an Outstanding Scholars in Neuroscience Award.
Stephanie Houser will spend one year as a Knauss Fellow in Congress working to protect our country’s water resources.