Articles from 2014

Alzheimer's patients can still feel the emotion long after the memories have vanished

A new UI study supports an inescapable message: caregivers have an influence on the emotional state of Alzheimer's patients.

Piecing together the memory puzzle

Growing up in the tiny rural town of Greenfield, Iowa, UI graduate student Mary Huff says she wasn't aware of any researcher role models.

Maintaining health at a cellular level

Postdoc examines the protein CHOP and its role in promoting liver cancer.

What gives life meaning?

Social work graduate student seeks to improve outcomes for domestic violence offenders.

Alarm fatigue in health clinicians

Improving patient safety with custom alerts for health providers.

Inspired Performer, Inspiring Teacher

As the founding member of Noteworthy Duo, a professional flute and guitar duo, Lisa Schroeder has played over 100 concerts in 26 states.

Delivering Distance Education for Iowa

The School of Library and Information Science provides crucial teacher-librarian training for librarians statewide.

Expanded career options

Doctoral alumna lands a rewarding position in industry.

Sustainable Transportation

Urban and Regional Planning student organized the Winter Warrior Bike Challenge.

Sustaining Iowa

The UI's IISC fosters statewide partnerships.