Graduate College alums combine their various disciplines in the name of chemical and biological security.
Retired UI Center for the Book director, MacArthur Fellow, and renowned papermaker reflects on his storied, 34-year career at Iowa.
David Smith enjoys the literary connections made through his MFA program and has already received multiple contracts to translate works into English.
Several students began volunteering at the State Hygienic Lab this spring to validate testing methods and meet demand for processing COVID tests.
Ling-Ling Wang spent long hours of study to prepare her for an outstanding career in actuarial science.
Cole Chapman's research has applications in health informatics, patient-centered outcomes, and comparative effectiveness.
Social work graduate Sarah Berte-Greinert counsels teenage girls who have been subject to physical, emotional, or sexual trauma.
Cheryl Hayes left retirement to pursue a career in social work after decades of advocating in other roles.
Briante Najev is a first-year graduate student from Fort Wayne, Ind.
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.