The College of Engineering has launched a completely new web site that has an updated design and streamlined content for a more engaging and usable experience for all visitors. The site is located at the same address,
Kirsten Stoner, a fourth-year biomedical engineering doctoral student and research assistant at the UI Center for Computer-Aided Design, won the UI Graduate College’s Three Minute Thesis competition November 4.
KCRG-TV featured a class of University of Iowa College of Engineering students who were testing small paper rockets outside their classroom October 26, 2016.
The Nursing Program at the University of Iowa may soon be entering the world of virtual reality. Senior Associate to the Executive Vice President of Provost, Karim Abdel-Malek, founded and directs the Virtual Soldier Research program at UI, which he pitched to numerous members of the Nursing Program on Wednesday.
Student developers, designers, and data enthusiasts will be attending the Midwest Big Data Hackathon October 8-9 at the University of Iowa. The two-day event will bring together members of the data community to develop creative ideas for big data applications. Participants will collaborate on exciting big data projects.
The College of Engineering has published a new recruiting viewbook designed to inform prospective students to consider the college for their engineering education.
The Iowa Informatics Initiative (UI3) will hold an open house from 3:45-4:30 p.m. September 27 on the Fifth Floor, N500 of the College of Public HealthBuilding, Iowa City, to celebrate its new facilities.
By: Andrea Zeek UI Strategic Communication University of Iowa students have a new resource to explore the latest in virtual reality, 3-D scanning and modeling, and wearable technology.
At midnight, Tom Casavant dove into the 68-degree waters of the Pacific Ocean. Thirteen hours later, a little after 1 p.m., he stumbled onto Point Vicente beach in Los Angeles, completing a task only a handful of athletes have been able to accomplish — swimming the 21.5 miles from Catalina Island to Los Angeles.
Elly Rae Martens, majoring in biomedical engineering with a minor in Spanish from Lindenhurst, IL, is one of six University of Iowa students who are Study Abroad Bloggers for the Fall 2016 semester.  She and the other five students were selected from a competitive
By Melissa Dawkins KCRG-TV More and more students are pursuing engineering degrees at the University of Iowa. So the university says it needs more space, at a cost of $37 million.
The College of Engineering will hold a Groundbreaking Ceremony today, August 26, for its major capital improvement project for a South Annex to the Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts and Sciences.
By Rebekah Tilley UI Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development All innovation is driven by one simple thought: “There’s got to be a better way to do this.”
Can you describe what you do at work in 90 seconds – with a camera in your face?
Karim Abdel-Malek, professor of biomedical engineering and director of the UI Center for Computer-Aided Design, has joined the University of Iowa Office of the Provost leadership
Six College of Engineering student-athletes are among 42 from the University of Iowa who have been honored by the Big Ten Conference with Distinguished Scholar Awards.
Recent Biomedical Engineering graduate Kazra Zarei has received a 2016 Tau Beta Pi Fellowship.
By Andrea Zeek UI Office of Strategic Communication
Kim Farrell, senior application developer and senior team leader at the Virtual Soldier Research program in the UI Center for Computer-Aided Design (CCAD), has received