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Stephanie Then (left) and Michelle Riedinger with their entry for the ASCE concrete canoe design competition in 2013.

Like a Duck to Water

Posted on December 5th, 2014

IIHR student researcher Stephanie Then is a team player on the water and at LACMRERS, where she helps with the Water Quality Nutrient Network.

Old Capitol looks on as a crane sets the 2014 corn monument upright on the Pentacrest.

Bringing a Homecoming Tradition to Life

Posted on October 30th, 2014

IIHR students and faculty have helped revive a decades-old University of Iowa Homecoming tradition — the corn monument.

IIHR Director Larry Weber.

Weber Honored for Faculty Excellence, Conservation

Posted on May 16th, 2014

IIHR Director Larry Weber is one of six University of Iowa faculty selected to receive the 2014 Regents Award for Faculty Excellence; he and his wife Miechelle were also selected to receive the 2014 Johnson County Heritage Trust Conservation Award.

IIHR's Dan Ceynar served as a consultant on this children's book by Ellen Lawrence.

New Book Raises Awareness of Polluted Waterways

Posted on March 21st, 2014

IIHR’s Dan Ceynar acted as a consultant on a new children’s book by Ellen Lawrence, Poisoned Rivers and Lakes.

Former IIHR Director John F. Kennedy

Apply Now for the Kennedy Fellowship

Posted on March 18th, 2014

Undergraduate engineering students are encouraged to apply for two unique scholarship opportunities before the deadline on April 11.

IIHR Currents 2013-14.

IIHR Currents: Focusing on Sustainability

Posted on February 5th, 2014

The new issue of IIHR Currents is coming soon to your mailbox! This issue focuses on water sustainability and IIHR’s new faculty affiliates from the Water Sustainability Initiative.

IIHR Co-sponsors Extreme Weather Symposium

Posted on December 9th, 2013

The UI Public Policy Center, with support from co-sponsor IIHR, hosted a symposium on Dec. 11 to address the challenges of adapting to extreme weather fluctuations in Iowa.

Paterson Named Commonwealth Professor

Posted on December 2nd, 2013

Eric Paterson is the new Commonwealth Professor of Marine Propulsion at Virginia Tech.

IIHR students (l to r): Kumar Vijay Mishra (India), Daniel Horna Munoz (Peru), Zhengyang Cheng (China), Tibebu Ayalew (Ethiopia), Steve Browne (USA), Karl Brauer (USA), and Nicholas Thomas (USA).

Fly the Flag Proudly

Posted on September 17th, 2013

Diversity is more than a buzzword at IIHR, and these students have the flags to prove it.

IIHR students participate in the 2012-13 International Perspectives trip to India.

Register for the IIHR Study-Abroad Course

Posted on September 11th, 2013

IIHR’s study-abroad course, “International Perspectives in Water Resources Science and Management,” helps students under complex issues regarding water worldwide. Register now for the 2013–14 course.

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