VMC members with University of Iowa roots are impacting the world.

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UI student, future Air Force officer, reaches for the stars 

Iowa-Nebraska Ruck March 2019


 

Iowa City, IA ➡️ Lincoln, NE. Ahead of yesterday's Heroes Game, student veteran organizations from @uiowa and @...

Posted by Big Ten Network on Saturday, November 30, 2019

Iowa's Chemistry Platoon

When Scott Daly entered college after serving in the military, he wanted to take an introductory chemistry class. His academic advisor tried to dissuade him, encouraging him to avoid science classes because they are harder. But Scott refused to listen. Today, Scott is an assistant professor in the University of Iowa Department of Chemistry with a passion for student veterans. This is the story of his tutoring group, the Chemistry Platoon. This research and outreach program is partially funded by an NSF CAREER Award. A CAREER Award is granted in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization.

Hawks fly over Kinnick. Literally.

Flyover Pilots at Airport

Two University of Iowa alumni, Lt. Col. Nicholas Edwards and Lt. Col. Michael Lynch, were at the controls of the Air Force jets that flew over Kinnick Stadium before the football game against Penn State. The moment that thrilled 70,000 fans in the stands was incredibly meaningful to the two Hawkeyes in the air.

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