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Student Impact Grant Recipient Presentations | Spring 2021
The University of Iowa Office of the President and the Student Advancement Network (SAN) have partnered to create Student Impact Grants, which provide funding for a variety of undergraduate and graduate student activities outside of the classroom, such as research, travel, and service projects. The goal is to enable students to pursue opportunities that might not otherwise be possible without financial assistance. The designated funds come from generous philanthropic gifts made by alumni and friends who have chosen to provide unrestricted support to the university.

Hear from the Student Impact Grant recipients of the Winter 2020/Spring 2021 funding cycle:

- Ebenezer Adeyemi (Student), An Assessment of Malaria Intervention Programs in Makoko in Colonial Nigeria: 1861-1960

- Hannah Molitor (Student), Research experience in Biotechnology and Sustainability at Arizona State University

- Aline Sandouk (Student), Simulated patient training for course development project: "Clinical Skills for Responding to Sexual Violence”

- Shane McGonagle (Student), Helping Hand Project @ Iowa

- Anthony Haughton (Student), Funding Support for Hubbard Scholars Spring Retreat

- Be the Match University of Iowa Hawkeye (Student Organization), Move the Marrow 5k

- Biomedical Engineering Student Society (Student Organization), BMESS Design Team

- UI Hyperloop (Student Organization), Competition Materials Funding

- Aspiring Student Affairs Professionals (ASAP) (Student Organization), ASAP: Professional Conference Funding

Apr 27, 2021 04:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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