Heidi Arbisi-Kelm

Arbisi-Kelm receives MAGS Excellence and Innovation in Graduate Education Honorable Mention

Friday, April 8, 2022
Heidi Arbisi-Kelm received an Excellence and Innovation in Graduate Education Honorable Mention at the 2022 MAGS Excellence in Teaching Awards. 
Cole Denison

Denisen hopes to impact campus homelessness, food insecurity

Higher Education and Student Affairs graduate student is making a difference by studying these issues on college campuses.
Ifeoma Anyaoha

Life in Iowa Program Assistant Shares Experiences

Ifeoma Anyaoha plans and executes all International Program events and creates the community update newsletters.
Jennifer Teitle, PhD

Teitle receives prestigious Council of Graduate Schools leadership award

Assistant dean is the third-ever recipient of the prestigious award, which she received for her contributions to the UI Graduate College community.
Maya Mahony

A novelist's vision of hope

Tuesday, February 22, 2022
Maya Mahony, an MFA student in fiction at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, has been passionate about immigration justice for quite some time, and those themes find their way into her stories.
Karina Kruth

Stumbling Across a Life Passion

Thursday, February 17, 2022
When Karina Kruth moved to Iowa in 2009 to pursue a PhD in biochemistry, she did so with the intention of ultimately pursuing a career in patent law. Instead, she “stumbled across a life passion.”
Aaron Pang

Moving from the Stage to the Page

Wednesday, February 16, 2022
First-year Nonfiction Writing MFA student Aaron Pang uses performance and writing to share insights into life with a disability.
Headshot photo of White

Uncovering the long-term effects of safety net programs

Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Sociology PhD candidate KaLeigh White studies the ongoing effects of safety net programs on recipients’ wellbeing, health, and sense of autonomy.
Old Capitol water color painting

Artist celebrates UI’s rich history, global impact

Graduate student Gul Rukh Mehboob's watercolor painting of the Old Capitol was selected to celebrate the university’s 175 years as an institution and to commemorate the installation of President Barbara Wilson.