News Archive

May 2014

Branstad, Reynolds meet with UI shared governance leaders, tour new building

Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds visited the University of Iowa campus today, Tuesday, May 20, to meet with shared governance leaders and faculty involved in entrepreneurial work. Du...

Brenner, Schmidt, Wilson honored for excellence

Thomas J. Schmidt, professor of molecular physiology and biophysics in the Carver College of Medicine, has won the 2014 President and Provost Award for Teaching Excellence in recognition of his years ...

Buddy Lazier to race UI Wynn Institute for Vision Research car at Indy 500

 The University of Iowa Stephen A. Wynn Institute for Vision Research announced that Lazier Partners Racing and supporters have partnered to raise awareness for the institute’s research by providing t...

Carver College of Medicine student awarded Fulbright grant for work abroad

Katherine Ryken, an MD candidate in the Carver College of Medicine has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program Grant to undertake an individually designed study project abroad in 2014-2015.

Celebrating the graduating class of 2014

To commence is to start or begin. That is exactly what students of the UI Carver College of Medicine are doing later this week—launching the next phase of their medical education and eventual careers....

Innovative test for deafness makes impact

Click here to watch "Finding a casue: OtoSCOPE® deafness."

Perlmutter to present as part of Distinguished Lecture Series

The Carver College of Medicine’s 2013-2014 Distinguished Biomedical Scholars Lecture Series continues Thursday, May 15, with a talk by Vira I. Heinz Endowed Chairman of Pediatrics at the University of...

Wynn Institute takes center stage at Indy 500

Indianapolis 500 Media Day took place on Thursday, May 22, with the majority of the drivers answering questions for over an hour at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Topics ranged from past experiences...