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Studying the Watershed

Coverage from the Maquoketa Sentinel-Press of the Maquoketa River Watershed Management Plan project being done by graduate students in the School of Planning & Public Affairs
Volkmann Building Restoration

Investor begins restoration of Volckman building

A Clinton property owner is restoring an historic downtown building and will follow many of the plans, designs, and recommendations developed by UI Civil & Environmental Engineering Projects. Click the title to read the full article.
IISC students visit Manchester

University of Iowa Students Assisting Manchester with Community Projects

Students from the University of Iowa will be helping Manchester with several projects over the next nine months. Manchester was one of two cities in the state chosen for a program called the Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities. Travis Kraus, director of Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities and an assistant professor at U of I, explains. Kraus says the goal is to work on fifteen...
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Branding the great outdoors

Kaisha Billings

Recent Informatics Grad Built Mason City Community Mobile App

As part of an Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities project and using graphic designs from students in the School of Art & Art History, recent UI Informatics alumna Kaisha Billings built, during her last semester at Iowa, a community-based mobile app on behalf of the City of Mason City and Visit Mason City that connects residents and visitors to the local activities and resources. The Iowa...
Marketing Institute presentations

UI students, faculty make a difference in Mason City

“We wanted to show people that the North End isn’t that different from other parts of the city,” says Steven Van Steenhuyse, UI alumnus (BA ’83, MA ’87) and director of development services for the city of Mason City. “We want to share the good news about some of the new businesses and provide opportunities for people to come and see for themselves that what they thought all along is just not true...
Community Partner Award

University of Iowa Students, Faculty, and Community Partners Recognized for Outstanding Community Engagement Work

Student, actor, director, teacher, and singer Tempestt Farrar confidently stepped up to the podium Wednesday, May 9, at the 2017-18 Annual Year-End Celebration for the Office of Outreach & Engagement to accept her award for Student Excellence and Service. She looked upward and sang out the first verse of Greatest Love of All. “This is how I feel,” she told an audience of faculty, staff, students...