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Nominations are open for downtown banner campaign

It’s not too early to nominate a University of Iowa (UI) student or postdoctoral researcher who is on campus this summer for the next downtown banner campaign.
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UI announces recipients of Discovery and Innovation awards

The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) has selected the winners of fourteen awards that recognize exceptional researchers, scholars, innovators, students, and administrators, as a part of the annual Discovery and Innovation awards program. “It is an honor to celebrate our faculty, staff, postdocs, and students who are conducting high-impact research and scholarship, from labs and...
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Eighty-two of the University of Iowa’s rising stars are showcased on banners downtown

The University of Iowa undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers and scholars in the Dare to Discover banner campaign are making waves in fields ranging from astronomy to medicine, public health, education and art.
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Downtown banners showcase University of Iowa student researchers

From investigating the dark side of the global art market, to launching rockets into space, to discovering new fossil species previously unknown to science, University of Iowa (UI) students are engaged in diverse and ground-breaking research and scholarly activities. Fifty-two of these student researchers are featured in the Dare to Discover downtown banner campaign starting January 1, 2020.
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Nominate students for Dare to Discover downtown banner campaign

Starting in early 2020, undergraduate and graduate student researchers will be featured on banners throughout downtown Iowa City. For campus visitors and locals alike, the Dare to Discover campaign seeks showcase the breadth of research, innovation, and creative works generated by student researchers and scholars at the University of Iowa. This is the third year for the student-focused campaign....