At age 17, Bernadine Franks made a vow to her mother: She would one day graduate from college. Fifty years later, she has made good on that pledge, earning a degree in social work from the University of Iowa.
From KRUI to ESPN to BTN:
Work as a student broadcaster led University of Iowa alumnus Jordan Loperena to his dream job at the Big Ten Network. “The University of Iowa provided me with countless opportunities and resources—to the point where I felt I was already beginning to build my future career while I was still in college,” he says.
Micropatches could improve health at macro level:
Micropatches could change the way vaccines and medicines are delivered in the U.S. and around the world, including many developing countries. Iowa researchers are testing the use of these patches on diverse populations to ensure patients receive optimal health benefits.