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Jun Wang discusses space research on 1540 KXEL following Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin launches

Spurred by the recent high-profile Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic launches, one of University of Iowa's top scientists joined News Talk 1540 KXEL radio of Waterloo on July 21, 2021, for a wide-ranging discussion about space-based research as interest in space travel and curiosity about the cosmos surges.

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National Science Foundation awards UI ISE professors and their team studying efforts to recruit and retain underrepresented engi

With funding from the National Science Foundation, University of Iowa professors will launch a project examining the ways in which colleges of engineering at predominately white institutions support underrepresented students from the time they are recruited through graduation.

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UI professor Marian Muste to conduct research in Hungary with fourth Fulbright Award

The University of Iowa is delighted to announce that Professor Marian Muste, a research engineer and adjunct professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the College of Engineering, has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar to Hungary for the 2021-22 academic year.

UI Coronavirus Updates

Every Hawkeye has a role to play in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Find out what Iowa’s doing—and what you can do—to mitigate risk on campus.

Monday Minute

Every week Dean Harriet Nembhard delivers a brief insight into what is going on at the College of Engineering and what is going on in our community.

This week: International education and engagement are at the core of our teaching and research in the college. In this quick clip, I highlight some of our international activities across the college and the goals of the UI’s global work as part of this week’s celebration of International Education Week. 


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Toxicology and Environmental Crime: Transcending Borders and Answering “So what?”

Monday, September 20, 2021 12:30pm to 1:30pm
As part of our annual Global Public Health Week, the College of Public Health will be hosting featured speaker Kristen Keteles, PhD, of the EPA National Enforcement Investigations Center. This virtual seminar will take place on Monday, September 20 from 12:30-1:30pm CST and all interested faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend. Advanced registration is required: Dr. Kristen Keteles is a toxicologist at EPA’s National…

TriNetX Training

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 2:00pm to 3:00pm
TriNetX analytics training TriNetX Analytics is a new functionality within the TriNetX toolset. You will be able to explore and compare cohorts, review cohort characteristics and compare outcomes of interest. We will demonstrate how to use these tools and give examples on best practices for when to use these different measures. After this training you will have a basic understanding of the Analytics toolset and how it can be applied to research questions for your studies.
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IIPHRP Global Health Case Competition Information Session

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 2:00pm to 2:30pm
College of Public Health Building
The annual IIPHRP Global Health Case Competition will take place this fall and student registration open through September 23rd! Interested in competing but not sure if this experience is for you? Attend this information session with competition organizers to learn more about what being a competitor entails and get your questions answered.  This event is open to all students on campus - graduate, professional, and undergraduate. Teams must include students representing at least 3 disciplines…
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