The University of Iowa Office of Outreach and Engagement has worked with Jasper County for several years on projects in Lynnville, Sully, Baxter, and Newton. A majority of those projects—including two recent ones in Lynnville and Sully—were completed with help from the College of Engineering.
A recent UI graduate who grew up in the economic collapse of the Soviet Union developed his love of art at Iowa and has started a business selling his work with the help of the university’s entrepreneurial resources.
AMES and IOWA CITY, Iowa – In an effort to spur greater collaboration between bioscience researchers at Iowa State University and the University of Iowa, the two schools have awarded seed grants to help investigators build teams, collect data, grow projects and win grants.
When the RAGBRAI pass-through towns are announced, faculty advisor and JPEC lecturer Bob Walker and his students offer them promotional assistance. They’ve done so for four years in a row, and this year are working with eight towns, including Templeton.
Cross-disciplinary research and scholarship fueled by FY 2018 numbers
The University of Iowa had another strong year for projects that will benefit Iowans, the country, and world thanks to an increase in federal funding for research and the number of proposals, grants, and contracts awarded in fiscal year 2018.
As part of the Research Development Office’s (RDO) efforts to bring together faculty from across disciplines and grow campus connections in innovative ways, the RDO is hosting a series of speed networking events. The next topic will focus on one of the nation’s great public health crises – mental health and illness.