The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted and reshaped many aspects of our lives, but it hasn’t stopped University of Iowa (UI) students from exploring some of life’s most interesting questions through research, scholarship, and creative activity. To celebrate students’ ingenuity, resilience, and innovation, the UI Office of the Vice President for Research is sponsoring the Dare to Discover campaign, featuring 52 undergraduate and graduate students who are making waves in many disciplines across campus.
A study from the University of Iowa College of Public Health finds ag workers have a 46% greater chance of developing dementia than workers in other fields.
A new study from Tippie College of Business Professor Chad Van Iddekinge finds that rehiring former employees has many benefits, but the firm’s goals determine whether it’s wise to catch a boomerang employee.
A study from Stephen Courtright, professor of management and entrepreneurship in the Tippie College of Business, finds that employers need to stop giving dysfunctional managers a pass when they abuse their employees for the long-term health of the firm.
.The University of Iowa is distributing the first $7.5 million of the investment revenue generated from the public-private partnership (P3) for its utility system.
Researchers led by the University of Iowa have observed the entire sequence in break-induced replication, a method by which organisms from viruses to humans repair breaks in DNA.
Colin Gordon, the F. Wendell Miller Professor of History at the University of Iowa, has received the nation’s most prestigious award for humanities scholarship, a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted and reshaped many aspects of our lives, but it hasn’t stopped University of Iowa (UI) students from exploring some of life’s most interesting questions through research, scholarship, and creative activity.
It goes without saying that life has been difficult and stressful for all of us, especially over the past year.