International

mckenzie wallace working with patient

The Student Experience: McKenzie Wallace

Family friend's death influenced research pursuit at Iowa
The impact of a family friend's death from Huntington disease led McKenzie Wallace to later study the disease at the University of Iowa. Wallace jumped into research early in her undergraduate career, and has also branched off into maternal health.
students in law room

Comparing law across the globe

Law course helps build connections, dialogue with international students
A unique University of Iowa law course has created an opportunity for Iowa students to build relationships with their counterparts on the other side of the world.

Media advisory: The future of driving and riding in autonomous vehicles

International experts on automotive transportation will discuss the future of driving and riding in autonomous vehicles during a public seminar and panel discussion Friday, April 17, at the University of Iowa.
jackson pollock's mural hanging in sioux city

Bound for La Biennale

'Mural' exhibition featuring several UIMA pieces heads to Venice
Jackson Pollock’s "Mural," Iowa's most famous painting and one of the world's most significant and iconic Modern masterpieces, will soon head to Italy for the prestigious Venice Art Biennale along with nearly two dozen works of art as part of an exhibition titled “Jackson Pollock’s 'Mural': Energy Made Visible.”
Marvin Bell

International Accents UI to host first Fulbright Day April 3

The University of Iowa will host its first Fulbright Day Friday, April 3, to celebrate past UI Fulbright faculty and student awardees and to provide prospective students the opportunity to learn more about the Fulbright process. Marvin Bell—UI professor emeritus in English,  the first Poet Laureate of Iowa, and a two-time recipient of Fulbright awards to Australia and Yugoslavia—will be the keynote speaker.

A Chinese man holds a bicycle wheel.

International Accents UI global symposium to kick off photojournalism expo April 3

A symposium to highlight the evolution of photojournalism, "From Local to Global—Photojournalism in the New Millennium," will introduce the work of noted international photographers and distinguished scholars to the University of Iowa campus and community. The symposium will take place on Friday, April 3, in the rotunda of the Adler Journalism Building.

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.

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