A.J. Hinton has been honored with the 2019-2020 Diversity Catalyst Award for helping create a campus community that's welcoming to everyone.
Chad Rhym's doctoral studies in sociology focus on the lack of black male teachers in K-12 education.
Michelle Tamplin, a PhD candidate in the Free Radical and Radiation Biology Program, researches how blood vessel damage can lead to vision loss in cancer patients.
Kevin Booth's research shows that mutations in the CIB2 gene do not cause Usher Syndrome.
Christie Vogler took home first place in the Graduate College and Obermann Center competitions.
Stefan Schöberlein examines how the emerging study of the brain impacted literature in the nineteenth century.
Rajula Elango received the Spriestersbach Prize for her work on the genetics of DNA repair pathways as it relates to cancer.
Jacob Herrmann's award-winning dissertation dealt with optimizing mechanical ventilation, a necessary lifte support intervention.
Lynn Nakad, a UI PhD nursing student researches the effects of virtual reality as a treatment for pain management.
Coleman's award-winning master’s thesis focused on how African-American soldiers built a unique community in Newton following the Civil War.