Tahsin Khataei

No Pain, No Gain

Tahsin Khataei, a PhD student in Human Physiology, studies how exercise training modulates pain perception, in the hope of helping both athletes and people with chronic pain.

2022 CLAS Careers Boot Camp

The College of Liberal Arts & Science will host their 2022 Graduate and Postdoctoral Careers Boot Camp on August 11th and 12th. This is a two-day professional development event for graduate students and postdocs providing first-person career advice from professionals in diverse fields, opportunities...
Tim Barrett assists a student in the art of papermaking.

UI Center for the Book meets challenge, secures $5.35M in contributions

The University of Iowa Center for the Book has secured $5.35 million in contributions by raising $2.85 million in donations and triggering a matching $2.5 million grant from the Windgate Charitable Foundation (WCF). In early 2020, the UICB launched UICB 2021, a challenge grant initiative sponsored...
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CLAS Research Resource newsletter

Publication focuses primarily on CLAS graduate and undergraduate students.
API Advocacy Award Winners

Graduate College Staff Members Win API Advocate Award

Vivian Ta, a Grad Success program coordinator in the Graduate College, and Jacquelyne Chu, the college’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion coordinator, recently received 2022 Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) Advocate Awards from the University of Iowa’s Pan Asian Council (PAC).
Thomas Pak

Overcoming life's struggles to become 'triple threat'

Thomas Pak, who will receive joint doctorate in neuroscience and a medical degree through the UI Medical Scientist Training Program, aims to combine his interests in medicine, research, and advocacy to advance the welfare for all patients.
Rita Dove

A master of poetry comes home

Rita Dove returns to receive an honorary degree from the place that helped shape her.
Marissa Stewart

Proving patient care through pharmacy

Marissa Stewart is excited to apply her University of Iowa pharmacy training to better help those in need.
Tyler Strickland

Ready to direct on the field, in the peformance hall

Tyler Strickland will graduate having conducted the Hawkeye Marching Band on some of the biggest stages: Kinnick Stadium, a Big Ten Championship game, and the Citrus Bowl.
Headshot photo of Travis Kraus

First Master of Public Affairs cohort graduated in May

Travis Kraus, director for the Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities, and the new cohort of graduating Master of Public Affairs (MPA) students reflect on the new MPA program and capstone experiences.