Hiroyuki “Larry” Kasuga (M.S. industrial engineering, 1953), 93, reflects on his experiences coming to the UI in 1951 on a Government Aid and Relief In Occupied Areas scholarship. He describes getting his degree in the Iowa Field House from then-President Virgil Hancher as " the happiest moment of my life.”
The UI College of Education recently unveiled a $2 million renovation project on the first floor of Lindquist Center North. The project brought together four separate offices—the Teacher Leader Center, Education Technology Center, Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education and Research, and I-SERVE.
Jacquett Wade of the University of Iowa discusses programs to encourage women to get involved with science and technology.
While Abby Restko was a UI student, she studied abroad in Venice, Italy, where she discovered Murano glass jewelry. Restko, a marketing major with an art minor, knew then that she should have a jewelry store that offered Murano glass locally. So she opened Glassando in Old Capitol Town Center.