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Iowa Flood Center to install 50 new stream stage sensors statewide

IFC project engineer Dan Ceynar installs a new stream stage sensor on Prairie Creek north of Fairfax. IFC project engineer Dan Ceynar installs a new stream stage sensor on Prairie Creek north of Fairfax.

The Iowa Flood Center is installing 50 new stream stage sensors statewide this fall, giving more Iowans the ability to monitor their local waterways in the event of a flood. Video

Weather-ready nation: NWS director talks to UI community

Louis W. Uccellini speaking

Tools created by the Iowa Flood Center may be able to play a collaborative role in future forecasting by the National Weather Service and the National Water Center. Story

Old Gold: Corn as art

1934 corn monument

The long-running, yet on-again-off-again, tradition of a Homecoming corn monument was resurrected this fall. The university archivist takes a look at its history. Story

Media advisory: National Weather Service director to visit Iowa Flood Center, UI

National Weather Service Director Louis W. Uccellini will visit the Iowa Flood Center at the University of Iowa Wednesday, Oct. 15, to discuss ways the organizations can work together to advance their missions. Story

'We Are Phil' kicks off second year of campaign

we are phil

Now in its second year, "We Are Phil" will hold its annual appeal Oct. 13 through Oct. 17. "We Are Phil" is the UI’s faculty and staff giving program that highlights the transformative power of philanthropy—“Phil”—at Iowa and asks faculty and staff to consider making annual financial contributions to support any area of the UI. Story

UI's Abdel-Malek to serve as U.S. delegate to NATO meeting

University of Iowa College of Engineering professor of biomedical engineering Karim Abdel-Malek has been invited to serve as a U.S. Delegate to an Oct. 15-17 NATO meeting in Prague, Czech Republic. Story

Students revive UI Homecoming tradition

The corn monument on the Pentacrest

Students from the University of Iowa Campus Activities Board and the College of Engineering worked together to bring back the corn monument Homecoming tradition. The 25-foot tall monument is made from about 1,100 ears of Iowa corn and can be seen on the Pentacrest through Sunday, Oct. 12. Photo Feature

UI faculty and staff honored at annual celebration

President Mason speaks to a group of award winners

The contributions of almost 30 University of Iowa faculty and staff were recognized and celebrated at the annual UI Faculty and Staff Awards Banquet Tuesday, Oct. 7, sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Office of the Vice President for Human Resources. Story

UI officials tout economic development initiatives

UI College of Dentistry and Dental Clinics Dean David Johnsen talks with several colleags at the Economic Devleopment Showcase Monday at Kinnick.

University of Iowa officials on Monday spelled out the university’s collective efforts for supporting small businesses and entrepreneurs, cultivating Iowa’s workforce, and putting the state on the path to economic prosperity. Story

UI, Rockwell Collins successfully test commercial avionics system

Photo shows the interior of an Operator Performance Laboratory (OPL) experimental aircraft, with safety pilot on board, while being remotely piloted.

The University of Iowa College of Engineering’s Operator Performance Laboratory (OPL), in collaboration with Rockwell Collins, recently completed successful testing of a commercial avionics system that may one day lead to safe, unmanned flight over U.S. skies. Story

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