Health care specialties make best hospitals list, astronomers chart the solar wind, events honor flood-relief workers, universities pool genetic research capabilities, and donations enhance the “Internet in a box.”
Fall semester opens with record enrollment, business education marks 150th anniversary, new program boosts campus involvement, students serve at Beijing Olympics, and experts join Rebuild Iowa task forces.
Alumni return for Homecoming, Eagles give $25 million for diabetes research, researchers track creativity in Iowa and pollution in Chicago, and libraries launch oral history project.
Power plant whistle sounds again, Museum of Art pieces return to campus, hygienic lab studies flu test, geneticists find cleft lip cause, and new facility links research and business.
Field hockey snags another Big Ten title, Mad Money hits campus, UNESCO honors Iowa City’s literary heritage, electronic markets call the presidential race, and sustainability director takes office.
Tuba ensemble offers annual holiday cheer, new funds support student activities, faculty join top scientists, study charts gender and the brain, and The Daily Iowan claims another honor.
Hawks win Outback Bowl, Children’s Hospital makes Parents list while finance program earns global notice, theatre department returns home, BioVentures Center opens doors, and researchers visit the poles.
Student raise record Dance Marathon proceeds, certificate focuses on sustainability, community choir gathers at Oakdale prison, study cites cognitive skills in animals, and budget info web site debuts.
Campus radio station marks 25 years on the air, wrestlers take NCAA Championship, law students shed light on global finance crisis, report logs Iowa cancer rates, and students serve in Chicago over spring break.
Powwow returns to campus, genes implicated in male infertility, grad programs rank among nation’s best, students plant seeds of sustainability, and community college partnerships extend University’s reach.
Discoveries mark natural history museum's 150th anniversary, law prof suggests how to help homeowners, Studio Arts welcomes droves of guests, and electronic market tracks H1N1 flu.
Special event marks one year since the 2008 flood, engineer takes lead at Iowa Flood Center, University named a tuition “best buy,” orientations welcome fall’s incoming students, and alumni receive top honors.