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Thomas Holme named editor-in-chief of the Journal of Chemical Education

The American Chemical Society (ACS) named Thomas Holme, Ph.D., professor of chemistry at Iowa State University, as the next editor-in-chief of the Journal of Chemical Education. Established in 1924, this high-impact chemical education publication is co-published by the ACS Division of Chemical Education and the ACS Publications Division. Holme will initially serve in conjunction with … Continue reading Thomas Holme named editor-in-chief of the Journal of Chemical Education

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Geetu Tuteja

Geetu Tuteja, Assistant Professor in the Department of Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology, received a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study genes and genomic regions that regulate placental development. This 5-year, more than $1.5M project will shed light on normal placental development, and may lead to novel therapeutic interventions for placenta-associated … Continue reading Geetu Tuteja

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Jonathan Sturm awarded 2018 Leopold LaFosse Outstanding Studio Teacher Award

Jonathan Sturm, professor of music, was awarded the 2018 Leopold LaFosse Outstanding Studio Teacher Award. The annual award, presented by the Iowa String Teachers Association, goes to private string teachers who have made a lasting impact upon students in their private studios through their teaching and mentorship. Dr. Sturm has been cited for the number … Continue reading Jonathan Sturm awarded 2018 Leopold LaFosse Outstanding Studio Teacher Award

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David Peterson wins Top Peer Review award

David Peterson, professor of political science, was rated a top reviewer in Publons’ global Peer Review Awards. He was recognized as top 1% in his field, in the area of social sciences.

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Amy Andreotti named to Biotechnology Council

Amy Andreotti, University Professor and Roy J. Carver Chair in Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology, was named to serve on the Biotechnology Council, which recommends research, education and outreach programs to the Office of Biotechnology.