“The IISC program is a great economic and environmental tool for communities and businesses to increase their vibrancy in local economic growth.”

—Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds

Mass communication students working on a digital public relations campaign took pictures and video at a volunteer event at Brucemore HIstoric Estate (Spring 2014).

Senior eningeering students working on regional storm water control in Washington pose with the city administrator, Brent Hinson, during a site visit (Spring 2014).

School of Library Science students toured the Washington Free Public Library to create a report with research and recommendations for enhancing children's library sections (Fall 2013).

  • Follow IISC on Social Media

    Did you know we are on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram? This year we are heavily using social media to stay connected with our students and community partners. Follow our accounts to see project... Read more...
  • Spring 2014 Final Projects

    Spring 2014 Final Reports
    Three communities, 22 projects, and a single semester later, the project summaries and final reports for spring 2014 IISC projects are available! Close to 170 students were involved in IISC projects... Read more...
  • Community Partners 2014 – 2015

    The IISC partners with three new communities for the next academic school year: Decorah & Winneshiek County, Iowa City, and the Siouxland Interstate Metropolitan Planning Commission. Read more... Read more...