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Senior volunteers help nursing students hone skills

Nursing student and volunteer in exam room.

Advanced patient simulators help University of Iowa College of Nursing students master clinical skills, but they can't replace the human element needed to learn consultation and teaching. That's where community volunteers come in. Story

Media Advisory: Columbus Junction students visit UI to explore health science careers April 10

Members of the media are invited to cover a field trip that will bring an estimated 60 middle school students from Columbus Junction, Iowa, to participate in interactive sessions on campus through the University of Iowa College of Education's Project HOPE (Healthcare, Occupations, Preparation, and Exploration). Story

Media advisory: Student Research in the Capitol event April 1

The University of Iowa, along with other Iowa regents institutions, will showcase undergraduate student research projects, from archaeology to public health, at the annual Research in the Capitol event on Tuesday, April 1 in Des Moines. There are 20 UI student research projects on display, with the students on hand to discuss them. Story

'U.S. News' ranks 23 UI graduate programs among top 25 in nation

U.S. News & World Report ranks 23 University of Iowa graduate programs and colleges among the 25 best in the nation. Story

Child protection: A global responsibility

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The 2014 Provost’s Global Forum at the University of Iowa, “Child Protection: A Global Responsibility,” will address the global and local impact of child abuse and neglect through several events that are free and open to the public March 26-28 on the UI campus. Story

Choosing STEM excellence

High schools students wear 3D glasses during a lab tour on the University of Iowa campus as part of a STEM symposiumHigh school students from across the state enjoy learning about STEM-related issues during a lab tour as part of the 2014 Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium on the UI Campus Feb. 27 and 28.

More than 150 high school students from around the state came to campus to present original research and participate in hands-on learning labs during the 2014 Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium hosted by the UI College of Education's Belin-Blank Center. Video

Sharing STEM knowledge

John Prineas, UI associate professor of physics and astronomy, demonstrates a fan powered by light from a flashlight illuminating a semiconductor solar cell

Five of the more than 150 Iowa high school students from across the state were chosen to advance to a national conference after presenting their original research on the UI campus during the 2014 Iowa Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. Story

Students attend STEM symposium at University of Iowa

Published
2014.02.28
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About 150 Iowa students attended the 2014 Iowa Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium hosted Thursday and today by the UI College of Education’s Belin-Blank Center; 15 of the students presented original research, and nine UI colleges, departments, or facilities gave lab tours. Story from: Iowa City Press-Citizen

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Stimulating interest in STEM statewide

Iowa middle school and high school researchers visit the Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research Annex Lab

Ames High School senior Aparna Ajjarapu is one of more than 150 top science and math students from across the state participating in the 2014 Iowa Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Thursday and Friday, Feb. 27 and 28, on the University of Iowa campus. Story

Media advisory: Students from across Iowa to visit UI for STEM-related research symposium

The 2014 Iowa Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, hosted by the University of Iowa College of Education's Belin-Blank Center, will bring more than 150 of the top science and math high school students from across the state to the UI campus Feb. 27 and 28. Story

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