Elizabeth Riordan, a School of Library and Information Sciences graduate student, received hands-on experience working with the Tom Brokaw collection.
Joy Melody Woods, a graduate student in the UI College of Education, uses a program called Read & Write Gold, literacy software that facilitates text-to-speech conversion.
Benjamin De Corte earned an NRSA from the National Institutes of Health to study cognitive dysfunction, relating to the perception of time, in Parkinson's disease.
Charles Martin-Stanley II was recognized for his study of racism and black male experiences in higher education.
Sharon Idiga, a third-year doctoral student in molecular medicine, discusses her research on FGF21’s suppression of sugar intake during a television news interview.
Loreen Curley is creating screening exams to help improve patient outcomes for colorectal cancer.
Woodward treats veterans with PTSD by asking them to confront traumatic memories and avoided situations.
Every year, 16 University of Iowa graduate students meet the week before the spring semester to explore how public engagement can enhance teaching, research, and creative work.
Hazlewood chose to attend graduate school at the University of Iowa because of the Genetics Program.
Graduate students and postdoctoral scholars will have the opportunity to improve their college teaching skills and earn the first level of certification from the University of Iowa’s Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL) Program.