Articles from May 2023

Joanne Constantine

International Student Graduation Celebration recognizes student achievements

Joanne Constantine, who graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in health services and policy, served as the graduate student speaker for the celebration.
Kimberly Fiock address young students during a STEM event.

Two UI doctorates to continue research following graduation

Researchers were recently awarded the Graduate Research Excellence Award in their fields and plan to continue researching the long-term mental health effects of COVID-19 and why Tau can cause different diseases, respectively.
Kimberly Fiock

Scholar's passion for science proves people wrong

Monday, May 8, 2023
Kimberly Fiock doesn't let her bipolar disorder prevent her from earning a PhD in experimental pathology.
Amanda Sursely, a doctoral student in epidemiology

Students advocate at Hawkeye Caucus

Wednesday, May 3, 2023
Students and faculty representing the University of Iowa Graduate College and School of Planning and Public Affairs connected with legislators at the annual Hawkeye Caucus in Des Moines.
Clinton/IISC council chambers

IISC celebrates Clinton partnership

Wednesday, May 3, 2023
The Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities celebrated the accomplishments of its 2022-2023 project with the City of Clinton.
Melanie Carbine Headshot Photo

Advocating for language maintenance through multilingual education

Monday, May 1, 2023
Melanie Carbine, a doctoral student in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, focuses on the maintenance and education of heritage languages.
Alan Carrillo Headshot Photo

Reconstructing medieval architecture with digital modeling

Monday, May 1, 2023
Alan Carrillo, a doctoral candidate in Art History, uses 3D digital modeling to reconstruct important medieval architecture.