An app developed by UI students will let sports fans order food from their seats so they don't miss any of the action while waiting in line at concession stands.
Members of the media are invited to tour the Kirkwood Regional Center Thursday, Oct. 8, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., prior to the grand opening/ribbon cutting ceremony. They will see an environmentally engineered building with welding and factory-equipment simulators, health-care labs, and robots built by area students.
You can count Jeff Lauber as one of the many Hawkeyes who have been bitten by the travel bug.
“After high school,” he explains, “I took a year off to travel and work, and I saw other parts of the world for the first time. I was addicted to traveling after that first trip, and the experience of being immersed in other cultures and languages made me interested in studying and working in them. So that was how I decided to major in International Studies.”