Articles from October 2017

ImaginePhD: A Career Planning Tool

The Graduate College is excited to announce that ImaginePhD—the free, online career exploration and planning tool for Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars in the humanities and social sciences is now available for use. The Graduate College was an early supporter and sponsor for ImaginePhD...

Lulu Merle Johnson: a pioneer in higher education

The Graduate College recognizes doctoral student's historic accomplishment by naming a fellowship in her honor.

Grad students exposed to digital scholarship

The Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio Fellowship allows graduate students to benefit from a mentored digital scholarship internship experience in the University of Iowa Libraries Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio.

Insight into Cystic Fibrosis

As a MD/PhD student at the University of Iowa, Viral Shah looked for answers about why people with cystic fibrosis are prone to chronic and potentially deadly respiratory infections.

Changing brain networks post surgery

As a doctoral student at the University of Iowa, Matt Sutterer uncovered answers about the brain's plasticity and reorganization.

Story behind Mennonites' changing national labels

John Eicher traced the migration of German-speaking Mennonites from both the Soviet Union and Canada to Paraguay in his Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Iowa.

Understanding genetic mutations of disease

Allison Cox concludes that multiple genes in the same biological pathway are likely involved in CRMO.

Graduate College selects dissertation prize winners

The Graduate College honors John Eicher and Viral Shah with the D.C. Spriestersbach Dissertation Prize and Allison Cox and Matt Sutterer with the Rex Montgomery Dissertation Prize.

A National Center for Digital Health Innovation

The University of Iowa is among nine institutions that were collectively awarded a five-year $25M grant from the National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS) to create a new CTSA Program National Center for Data to Health (CD2H).