Since graduating from the University of Iowa in 1993, internationally acclaimed photojournalist David Guttenfelder has spent his career overseas--documenting war, natural disaster, and daily life in more than 75 countries.
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A UI alumna is the first Iowa physician to train with renowned alternative medicine pioneer Andrew Weil.
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In an impoverished country, Hawkeye athletes find common ground, friendships, and a new worldview—all on a soccer field....
A UI alum helps Chinese international travelers safely navigate the culinary catastrophes lurking on American restaurant menus....
A science class finds that the way to students' minds is through their stomachs....
Suyun Ma helps spread the word about the UI in her native China.
An everyday object inspires artists from around the world to unleash a rainbow of creativity.
Members of 19 IOWA Clubs, responding to encouragement from the University of Iowa Alumni Association, completed various service projects during National Volunteer Month in April. These groups made positive impacts on communities throughout the country, from California to New York.