College of Engineering

Herky "helps" the Pandelirium Steel Drum Band set up their instruments on the Pentacrest for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences' We Are Phil celebration on Wednesday, September 30.

UI faculty, staff embrace 'We Are Phil'

Culture of philanthropy continues to grow with annual campaign
The University of Iowa celebrated its third annual "We Are Phil" giving appeal for faculty and staff last week—and the push to bolster private support for UI people and programs continues.

UI receives $2.2 million and is named Prevention Epicenter by CDC

CDC adds six new academic medical centers to Prevention Epicenters network with $11 million grant
The CDC has awarded a total of $11 million to six academic institutions, including the University of Iowa, to identify possible new and improved ways to prevent the spread of infectious diseases like Ebola in health care facilities.

Media advisory: Media tour of new Kirkwood Regional Center at UI

Members of the media are invited to tour the Kirkwood Regional Center Thursday, Oct. 8, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., prior to the grand opening/ribbon cutting ceremony. They will see an environmentally engineered building with welding and factory-equipment simulators, health-care labs, and robots built by area students.

Media advisory: Stream sensors installed in Davenport

Gauges installed tomorrow along two flood-prone creeks
Iowa Flood Center engineers will install stream-stage gauges along two flood-prone waterways in Davenport. The installation takes place on Thurs. Sept. 17. Media are invited.

UI ranked 34th best public national university by 'U.S. News'

University of Iowa is also ranked in undergraduate business and engineering
The University of Iowa ranks 34th among the nation's best public universities, according to the latest rankings published by the magazine "U.S. News & World Report."

Honors Lingala receives Rex Montgomery Dissertation Prize

The Graduate College honors Sajan Lingala with the Rex Montgomery Dissertation Prize, which is awarded annually in the biomedical and health sciences disciplines.
Jenna Whipple and Amanda Anderson with RTI setup laptop computers that will go on a laptop cart as preparations continue at the Kirkwood Center at the University of Iowa in Coralville, Iowa, on Wednesday, August 12, 2015.

The Gazette Kirkwood Regional Center at the UI enhances STEM teaching

The Kirkwood Regional Center at the University of Iowa welcomes 350 high school students as it opens this fall, part of a unique partnership including the UI Tippie College of Business and the Colleges of Education and Engineering, which will conduct research, education, and teacher development on site.

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Iowa Public Radio Butler discusses state's vital role in wind power

P. Barry Butler, University of Iowa executive vice president and provost and professor of mechanical and industrial engineering, discusses President Obama's new plan, the hurdles to wind energy production, and what's next for wind energy in Iowa.