Marian Muste stands in front of his self-cleaning Culvert

Iowa Cousins Pursue Similar Paths as Researchers at Iowa and ISU

Three new grants from the Office of Naval Research are the latest in a long line of grant support for Professor Frederick Stern.
Marian Muste stands in front of his self-cleaning Culvert

Muste’s Fourth Fulbright to Take Him to Hungary

Three new grants from the Office of Naval Research are the latest in a long line of grant support for Professor Frederick Stern.
Fred Stern poses at the wave basin.

Stern and Sanada Receive $1.3M in Grants from the Office of Naval Research

Three new grants from the Office of Naval Research are the latest in a long line of grant support for Professor Frederick Stern.
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Scherer Honored for Faculty Excellence

IIHR Research Engineer Michelle Scherer has received the 2021 Regents Award for Faculty Excellence, one of the University of Iowa’s highest honors for faculty achievement.
Witold Krajewski poses in an IFC polo

Krajewski Elected to National Academy of Engineering

Iowa Flood Center Director Witold Krajewski has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the highest honors conferred in the field of engineering.
Aerial photo of a flooded Iowa town

Research Links Climate Change to Flooding in Iowa

IIHR’s Gregory LeFevre won the University of Iowa Office of the Vice President’s Early Career Scholar of the Year Award.
Map showing drought conditions in the western United States in 2020

Does Less Pollution Mean Less Precipitation?

IIHR researchers Wei Zhang and Gabriele Villarini (IIHR director) have published research linking urban sprawl to an increase in rainfall and flooding during Hurricane Harvey.
A portrait of Hui Zhi

University of Iowa engineering institutes must give ‘indirect’ research funds to college

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Fighting for Fish

Floyd Nagler founded IIHR, then acted as director for 13 years. One of his most important projects was his work on the flow of the Mississippi river.
A seated man near the Iowa River in fall

Cloned Post

IIHR’s Gregory LeFevre won the University of Iowa Office of the Vice President’s Early Career Scholar of the Year Award.
A seated man near the Iowa River in fall

Cloned Post

IIHR’s Gregory LeFevre won the University of Iowa Office of the Vice President’s Early Career Scholar of the Year Award.
A seated man near the Iowa River in fall

LeFevre Honored by OVPR

IIHR’s Gregory LeFevre won the University of Iowa Office of the Vice President’s Early Career Scholar of the Year Award.
Oars in the water
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Row with the Flow: IIHR Flume Supports Hawkeyes

Ten years ago, Iowa athletics opened the new boathouse, home to the Iowa rowing team and a brand new rowing tank designed by IIHR. The tank keeps the rowers in shape and injury-free as they train during the off-season.
Navid Jadidoleslam stands in front of the Iowa River
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IIHR Grad Student Publishes Two Journal Papers

IIHR graduate student Navid Jadidoleslam is the first author on two papers published recently in the prestigious Journal of Hydrology.
Four men stand in front of a dam
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IIHR Gives a Dam About Fish Passage

They may not know it, but millions of salmon in the Pacific Northwest have safely passed through major hydroelectric dams thanks in part to the problem-solving and modeling expertise of the engineers at IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering
Craig and Kate stand outside
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Just Receives $1.1M EPA Grant for Water Quality

IIHR’s Craig Just received $1.1 million from the EPA for research on flood reduction and water quality in the Middle Cedar and Clear Creek watersheds, in support of the Iowa Watershed Approach (IWA).
IWFoS Johnson County map
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New Online System Available for Well Owners

The University of Iowa Center for Health Effects of Environmental Contamination, in collaboration with the UI Hydroinformatics Lab and the Iowa Geological Survey, has developed an information system to support the management of private wells in Iowa.
Two of the same copy of currents, one open to the centerfold, the other closed laying on top
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IIHR Currents Wins Award

The 2017–18 issue of IIHR Currents won the Communicator Award of Excellence from the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts.
Isaac Di Napoli stands in front of the Burlington St. Bridge
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Iowa: The Navy’s Secret Weapon

Isaac Di Napoli is a grad student working with IIHR who recently won a scholarship and a future job with the United States Department of Defense. After graduation, Di Napoli will begin working with the Navy on ship hydraulics research.
A portrait of Hui Zhi
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IIHR Student Hui Zhi Wins IWC Grant Competition

IIHR grad student Hui Zhi received a grant from the Iowa Water Center to fund her research on sorption and biodegradation of pharmaceuticals in Iowa’s water.