As a doctoral candidate in physics, Lucas Beving has spent the last few years at Iowa researching plasma through simulations and theory. His efforts have paid off—he has now been given the chance to continue his studies at one of the nation’s most advanced plasma research facilities.
Two current graduate students, two incoming graduate students and three undergraduates have been awarded a prestigious fellowship to support their graduate studies.
Joseph Coll’s research focuses on discrepancies between the popular vote and the Electoral College outcome in presidential elections as well as the impact of voting restrictions on voter engagement.
All three of the Kollasch siblings were able to spend this past academic year together at Iowa. Yet, they were not brought to campus because of each other; they were each drawn to Iowa for its prestigious graduate programs in their respective interests.
Faculty and students from the Department of Rehabilitation and Counselor Education have adapted their counseling delivery to continue offering services for vulnerable community members.
John Jepsen's research focuses on the post-war period (1945 to present) when commercial oil drilling began in the North Dakota, home of the Fort Berthold Reservation.
During these rapidly changing times, University of Iowa graduate and professional students are truly a vital part of higher education.
Award-winning teacher Laura Brown mentors her students in teaching, research, and service.
Neuroscience PhD students shared their love for science during a Kids Go STEM event on the University of Iowa campus.
A.J. Hinton has been honored with the 2019-2020 Diversity Catalyst Award for helping create a campus community that's welcoming to everyone.