Darrell Wiens most often teaches anatomy, physiology and developmental biology, although he has been known to teach comparative anatomy of vertebrates, molecular biology of the cell and careers in the life sciences, among other things. READ MORE about Darrel's research with students.
One of the aspects of ensembles Danny Galyen really enjoys is witnessing the teamwork it takes to play a large-scale composition. Galyen, assistant professor of music, has been at UNI since 2007, where he is director of the Panther Marching Band and conductor of UNI's Symphonic Band. READ MORE about Galyen's efforts with the School of Music.
For Gretta Berghammer, taking risks is what it’s all about. The professor of drama education and youth theatre has recently been devoting her efforts to working with children on the autism spectrum. READ MORE about Berghammer's experimental program.
Tim Kidd, assistant professor of physics, and the team he is leading are on a guest for new materials for storing hydrogen. As an energy source, hydrogen has the advantages of producing no greenhouse gases or particulates while at the same time being extremely versatile in terms of its uses. READ MORE about Kidd's pursuit of hydrogen storage research.