The Iowa City Science Booster Club, a partnership between the University of Iowa and the National Center for Science Education, supports local science education by providing a platform for fun, community-based science events. What’s the secret of the booster club’s success? Graduate student involvement.
On Feb. 28, the University of Iowa was one of many institutions nationwide impacted by a cloud-based IT service outage. The disruption affected ICON, Qualtrics, and other resources used by the UI community. Visit the ITS website to learn more about the outage and how the IT team responded.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has named the Iowa City/Cedar Rapids corridor and the University of Iowa’s National Advanced Driving Simulator as one of 10 designated automated vehicle proving ground sites in the nation.
The University of Iowa has instituted a new policy governing the appropriate use of un-crewed aerial systems (UAS), or drones, on or above university property.
The Information Security and Policy Office encourages faculty, staff, and students to change their HawkID password as a precautionary measure, due to a recent security incident.
Nominations are being sought for University of Iowa faculty, staff, and student researchers, creators, mentors, and entrepreneurs for the UI’s annual Discovery & Innovation Awards Ceremony, which will be held in April. All nomination materials must be submitted by Feb. 3.
University of Iowa Professor of Anthropology Russell Ciochon and colleagues from Australia and China have received a crucial grant to study Gigantopithecus blacki, the biggest primate ever to have lived.