Graduate College

Writing Iowa in Kazakhstan

With new MOOC on the horizon, English language fellow reflects on using IWP resources to facilitate poetry workshop
With a new Massive Open Online Course offering on the horizon, English Language Fellow Harry Leeds reflects on using UI International Writing Program resources to facilitate a seven-week poetry workshop in Kazakhstan.
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Autism advocate

Delsandro helps kids, young adults discover their unique strengths
A combination of curiosity and compassion led Liz Delsandro to her career of helping kids and young adults with autism in one of the top-ranked speech-language pathology programs in the nation, earning her the moniker "Autism Whisperer."

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.

Time for creative nonfiction

UI hosts first Iowa Prize for Literary Nonfiction
For the first time in its 46-year history, the UI Press—long known for its short fiction contest—is coordinating a contest for writers of creative nonfiction.

Honors Putt receives American Fellowship

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) awarded a 2015-16 American Fellowship to Shelby S. Putt, a doctoral candidate in anthropology at the University of Iowa.

Honors Robinson earns teaching award

Robinson will receive the GADE Student Award for Teaching in Social Work at a national conference in Denver, Colorado, in October.

Des Moines Register Tippie responds to growing business need

Businesses need more and more experts in data analytics, or Big Data, so the Tippie College of Business has started a graduate certificate program in Des Moines and a master's program in Cedar Rapids.