Student Spotlight: Garrett Kula

Garrett Kula interned with Lantern Investments this past summer in Chicago, Illinois as Financial Analyst Intern.
Hector Sanchez

Learning to decode the brain

Growing up in Puerto Rico, Héctor Sánchez Meléndez made up his mind to study the brain and go to medical school. But as a neuroscience major at the University of Iowa, he has discovered a passion for research. Now, he wants to establish a lab back home.
Ann Kreitman stands smiling surrounded by empty theater chairs

Bringing queer history to life on stage

Ann Kreitman found community at the LGBTQ Iowa Archives and Library, as well as a wealth of stories to tell in her work in the theater.
Executive Producer Anya Morozov (left), seen here with "From the Front Row" podcasters (from left) Radha Velamuri, Eric Ramos, and Logan Schmidt, says the podcast aims to make public health topics accessible and highlight work that’s going on at the College of Public Health and across Iowa. Photo by Joey Loboda.

Student podcast shines spotlight on public health

The “From the Front Row” podcast allows UI College of Public Health students an opportunity to hone their communication skills, meet thought leaders in the field, and educate the public on important topics.
Guadalupe De La Rosa

Taking the reins with confidence and compassion

At the University of Iowa, Guadalupe De La Rosa found an environment where she could push herself to be a leader, take part in the crucial cycle of mentorship, and better embrace her cultural background.
Photo of Jordan Allen

Alumni Spotlight: Jordan Allen

At Workiva, Jordan is a Senior Customer Success Manager, who connects with his clients beyond work.
Maria Sanchez stands in front of UIPD car

Meet Maria Sanchez, Iowa’s new community outreach officer

As a community outreach officer for the University of Iowa Department of Public Safety, Maria Sanchez works to increase community knowledge about safety and security across campus and build relationships between students and law enforcement. Read more about her and her goals for this new role on campus.
Thomas Pak poses in scrubs and stethoscope

Overcoming life struggles to become ‘triple threat’

Thomas Pak, who will receive joint doctorate and medical degrees through the UI Medical Scientist Training Program, aims to combine his interests in medicine, research, and advocacy to advance the welfare for all patients, regardless of ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or health.