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Iowa Flood Center to install 50 new stream stage sensors statewide

IFC project engineer Dan Ceynar installs a new stream stage sensor on Prairie Creek north of Fairfax. IFC project engineer Dan Ceynar installs a new stream stage sensor on Prairie Creek north of Fairfax.

The Iowa Flood Center is installing 50 new stream stage sensors statewide this fall, giving more Iowans the ability to monitor their local waterways in the event of a flood. Video

UI faculty focus on health impact of climate change in October

Faculty members across the University of Iowa campus are turning their attention to the impacts of climate change this month through a series of outreach initiatives. Story

A class(room) of its own

Professor Kathy Schuh leading discussion with a pod of students in N105 classroom.

The University of Iowa College of Education will celebrate its new cutting-edge classroom with a grand opening Sept. 26. The room was renovated with new technology and is expected to change the way students learn and teachers teach. Story

UI student reflects on internship in Sen. Grassley's office

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Randal Cooper, a UI student from Muscatine, says one of his best memories about working in Washington D.C. was a simple hello from Sen. Chuck Grassley. Grassley offers internships to college-age students who want to learn more about public service and government. Story from: Muscatine Journal

Muscatine Journal

UI's Tippie College of Business launches graduate Business Analytics certificate program

The Tippie College of Business is starting a new graduate-level certificate in busines analytics (Big Data) that will be offered starting this fall in its downtown Cedar Rapids classrooms. The five-course program will provide Iowa businesses the tools and know-how to get the most out of all the data they’ve gathered over the years. Story

Eating disorders expert will visit UI campus June 24, 25

Pamela Keel, a nationally recognized expert on eating disorders, will deliver two public lectures during a visit to the UI campus June 24 and 25. Keel's visit is co-sponsored by the Obesity Research and Educational Initiative and the Department of Psychiatry in the UI Carver College of Medicine. Story

Small colleges experience big-league research

two women in a scientific lab

Now entering its sixth year, the FUTURE in Biomedicine program places faculty and students from Iowa's primarily undergraduate institutions (PUI) with research faculty in the UI Carver College of Medicine for nine weeks during the summer. Story

Lakeside Laboratory more than a field station

Chet Rzonca at Lakeside Laboratory

In addition to natural science, Iowa Lakeside Laboratory offers a summer Entrepreneurship Institute and an Artist in Residence program, says educational coordinator Jane Shuttleworth. Story from: Sioux City Journal

Sioux City Journal

Health care quality expert to deliver 2014 Parkin Lecture

Health care quality expert Dr. Christine Cassel will deliver the 2014 Joseph L. Parkin Memorial Lecture on Aging from noon to 1 p.m. on Monday, June 9, in the Prem Sahai Auditorium of the Medical and Education Research Facility (MERF) on the University of Iowa health sciences campus. Story

'U.S. News' ranks online UI program among best for veterans

The University of Iowa College of Education’s masters in educational leadership was ranked number 13 in the “U.S. News and World Report” 2014 Best Online Programs for Veterans. Story


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