Brittany Givens
December 3, 2018

Brittany Givens, who earned her master’s degree in chemical and biochemical engineering, suggests that silicon dioxide nanoparticles are not harmful to humans in low doses for short exposure times.

Chuck Connerly
December 3, 2018

School of Urban and Regional Planning professor earns the 2018 Jay Chatterjee Distinguished Service Award.

Jesse Hamer
November 29, 2018

Jesse Hamer, a recipient of a Ballard and Seashore Dissertation Fellowship from the Graduate College, is interested in teaching-oriented academic position.

Tianlu Zhang
November 28, 2018
Tianlu Zhang’s research primarily focuses on learning to read Chinese as a second language.
Julia Van Liew
November 27, 2018

Julia Van Liew gained skills in the University of Iowa’s Clinical Psychology Program that prepared her to improve the quality of life for older Iowa veterans with chronic diseases.

Alaine E. Reschke-Hernández
November 19, 2018
Alaine E. Reschke-Hernández says the initial study results show that the music therapy was significantly more effective, particularly in individuals whose dementia was more advanced.
Oronde Drakes
October 18, 2018
peoples' choice awardFlooding and Suffering in America

Asif Rahman
October 18, 2018
Social Vulnerability to River Floods in the U.S.

Tianlu Zhang
October 18, 2018
winnerFrenemy: A Relationship Between Native Language and Second Language

Muhammad Taifur Rahman
October 18, 2018
honorable mentionPreventing auditory neuron degeneration with an
anti-inflammatory medicine



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