Self-driving vehicles likely will minimize delivery time in order to best serve customers.
Brady Krien taught four undergraduate courses in the Department of Rhetoric covering reading, writing, and speaking in addition to his work in the University Writing Center.
Leigh Marshall's play Laterality explores both what it means to have lived and what it means to be dying in the context of love and brotherhood.
Spyridon Argyropoulos' research helps provide a deeper understanding of dark energy.
Past University of Iowa presidents and current Graduate College dean discuss critical role of the UI to serve the public good.
Eman Ismail’s dissertation addresses issues of color compatibility of dental composites with natural teeth.
Kathryn Klarich Wong analyzed tap water samples collected from water treatment plants on the UI campus and the surrounding Iowa City community.
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.
School of Urban and Regional Planning professor earns the 2018 Jay Chatterjee Distinguished Service Award.
Jesse Hamer, a recipient of a Ballard and Seashore Dissertation Fellowship from the Graduate College, is interested in teaching-oriented academic position.