Pam Mollenhauer poses in front of the videos from the culture awareness program, which she led for the Hygienic Laboratory.

Lab Link State Hygienic Laboratory program promotes cultural awareness

A program at the State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa is helping to promote cultural understanding among the diverse staff at the lab. The program was made possible thanks to a seed grant from the UI’s Human Resources/Staff Language and Culture Services .

UI engineering senior Kindig named Gates Cambridge Scholar

Allison Kindig, a University of Iowa graduating senior from Cedar Rapids, has been awarded a 2015 Gates Cambridge Scholarship. Kindig, a Presidential Scholar and an active member of the UI’s Honors Program, is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering as well as a minor in business administration and a certificate in global health studies.
The Student Experience - Allison Kindig

The Student Experience: Allison Kindig

Cedar Rapids engineering major develops solar stoves in India
Allison Kindig did her homework before coming to the University of Iowa. Four years later, the Cedar Rapids Kennedy graduate's preparation is still paying dividends.

Satellites can improve regional air quality forecasting

New data may offer resolution five times better than present data
University of Iowa researchers have found that data gathered from geostationary satellites—satellites commonly used for telecommunications and orbiting about 22,000 miles above the equator—can greatly improve air quality forecasting. Results appear in the journal "Geophysical Research Letters."

Financial Times releases 2015 Global MBA ranking; Tippie makes massive gains

UI named No. 2 in finance worldwide, No. 31 nationally, No. 1 in salary increase
The University of Iowa's Tippie College of Business MBA Program is ranked 31 in the U.S. and 63 in the world overall according to the Financial Times global MBA ranking, published Monday, Jan. 26.
2012 Irish Writing Program participant Ben TeBockhorst surveying the Irish coast. Photos courtesy of UI International Programs.

Students find their writing stride in Dublin

Study Abroad Fair Jan. 29 to feature array of short-term programs for UI students
Students on the UI’s summer Irish Writing Program have the opportunity to work with esteemed Irish writers and academics to hone their craft while taking in Dublin’s rich cultural and literary history. This is one of many programs to be represented at the spring Study Abroad Fair Thursday, Jan 29.

University of Iowa student injured after fall

University of Iowa student Andrew Mogni sustained serious injuries after a fall in Rome and is currently receiving medical care. The university’s thoughts are with Mogni and his family during this difficult time.