Outreach & Engagement Programs

At the University of Iowa, we define outreach and engagement as collaboration between faculty, staff and students and diverse external groups in mutually beneficial partnerships that are grounded in scholarship and consistent with our role and missions of teaching, research and service. The following programs are a collection of the university's outreach and engagement initiatives. We are working with the university community to collect and verify additional outreach and engagement programs. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Tall, tall grass is a good place to play hide and seek, to look for dew drops, caterpillars – through the blades we will explore and peek!
The Old Capitol Museum hosts a variety of temporary exhibits in the Keyes Gallery for Arts, Humanities, & Sciences, the Hanson Humanities Gallery, and the Second Floor Rotunda. Exhibits typically run for 3-9 months and often highlight creative activity and research in other UI departments.... Read More
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The Bowden Group helps local elementary students learn about science by showing them it can be fun and exciting.
Since 2004, a group of faculty and graduate students from CSD have been traveling to China each year to provide audiology and speech-language services to children in need.  During their one-week stay in Tianjin, the team tries to serve as many people as possible, providing hearing screenings with... Read More
The overall purpose of the CLIMBERS study is to provide evidence of the effectiveness of a reading intervention, Breakthrough to Literacy (BTL), taken to scale in the Chicago Public Schools. The BTL model is driven by the four best predictors of reading achievement: oral language, oral... Read More
This project is the foundation of a service learning course for undergraduate speech and hearing majors at Iowa. This collaboration joins undergraduate students and four preschool programs at Roundy Elementary in Columbus Junction, Iowa, a community with a high population of Spanish-speaking... Read More
The Iowa Historical Review is the premier online undergraduate history journal at the University of Iowa. Founded in 2006, it is dedicated to providing an intellectual forum for undergraduate historians in the Midwest
The Medical Student Ambassador Program (MSAP) is an educational program in which current medical students interact with and engage students of all ages and backgrounds in a variety of medical topics, including the workings of the human body (cardiovascular/respiratory systems, gastrointestinal... Read More
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The National Alliance for Doctoral Studies in the Mathematical Sciences is an NSF funded community of math sciences faculty and students with the following goals: To increase the number of doctoral degrees in the mathematical sciences among groups that have been traditionally underrepresented in... Read More
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The National Public Health Laboratory Internship Model offers guidance on hosting students and recent graduates for both paid and unpaid laboratory internships. It features a return-on-investment tool, mentoring toolkit, sample human resource forms such as applications, interview questions,... Read More
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