UI researchers will use the grant to study the health effects of environmental pollutants, especially polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
The grant will cover three years, funding graduate student assistantships and a printing lectureship, and supporting professional development and programming for students and faculty.
In its third year since returning to academia, the UI's program has had a positive impact on the field.
The Center for the Book integrates practice in the art of book production with the study of the book in society.
Grimm's award-winning research focused on finding a compound that is effective against radioresistant cancer cells under hypoxic conditions.
Informatics bridges the world of IT with the arts and humanities, and the natural, biological, health, and social sciences.
Speech Language Pathology student is seeking answers for why so many innocent people are in prison.
Mentor award winners have made an impact on their students' lives.
Graduate students honored with the prestigious Hancher-Finkbine Medallion.
Carmen Halabi (genetics), Matthew Miller (English), Alok Shah (molecular and cellular biology) and Elizabeth Sutton (art history) were honored with the Graduate College Dean’s Distinguished Dissertation Award.