Presidential Search Committee holds first meeting

The 21-member committee charged with screening candidates to succeed Sally Mason as president of the University of Iowa held its first meeting Wednesday, March 25.

Board of Regents to consider Robillard for interim president

Iowa Board of Regents President Bruce Rastetter said today, Wednesday, March 25, that he and President Pro Tem Katie Mulholland will recommend that the regents name Jean Robillard to serve as interim president of the University of Iowa.
Aerial View of the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library on June 13, 200

UIAA Lifelong Learning event highlights flood restoration in Cedar Rapids

Deadline to register for free discussion is April 21
On Thursday, April 23, the University of Iowa Alumni Association is holding an event during which representatives from UI Libraries, the National Czech and Slovak Museum, and the African American Museum will display and discuss items restored after the flood of 2008, and explain how their organizations united to preserve an important piece of the community’s cultural heritage.
Students and Lt. Gov. view medical device

UI biomedical engineers impress Lt. Governor with patent-pending medical devices

Students present 'senior projects' during a visit by Kim Reynolds
A device that helps surgeons to remove sutures more efficiently during eye surgery was one of five presentations given March 25 by students in the University of Iowa College of Engineering Biomedical Engineering Senior Design program.

2015 Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award winners

The University of Iowa Graduate College awarded Amnon Kohen and Michael O’Hara top recognition for excellence in mentoring graduate students.

Four UI faculty members win top teaching award

Four University of Iowa faculty members have won the 2015 President and Provost Award for Teaching Excellence. The recipients are Cinda Coggins-Mosher, Sara Sanders, and Kate Cowles, all in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Marcy Rosenbaum in the Carver College of Medicine.
Rendering of a satellite image of an earthquake's impact

3D satellite, GPS earthquake maps isolate impacts in real time

Method produced by UI researcher could improve reaction time to deadly, expensive quakes
Technology in space and on the ground is helping University of Iowa researchers find out information about an earthquake's impact faster, increasing response times to areas that need aid most.