The following articles are part of the the Big Ten Network’s LiveBIG campaign, which profiles Big Ten students, faculty and alumni who are making a difference in the world through innovations in research, education, community service and the arts.
Iowa Book Club Cultivates ‘Strong Girls’ Jan. 20, 2017
Northwestern Sets its Sights on Casting Concrete on Mars Sept. 16, 2016
Minnesota Researchers Survey Seals by Satellite August 20, 2016
Michigan State Resurrects Spartan Barley July 18, 2016
Illini Duo Takes Kids from Classroom to Cosmos April 23, 2016
Northwestern Professor Heads East in Service of Science April 9, 2016
Hoosier Poet Breathes Life Into his Art Dec. 26, 2015
Born-in-Wisconsin Business Broadens World of Mobile Apps Aug. 29, 2015
Purdue Event Helps Girls’ Interest in STEM Flower July 10, 2015
Iowa Researchers Harness Genetic Code to Heal Bones May 22, 2015
Gophers Host Football Camp for Kids With Serious Illnesses April 30, 2015
Nebraska Researchers Improve Digital Memory Technology Feb. 16, 2015
Indiana Grad Goes Home to Liberia to Fight Ebola Jan. 18, 2015
Wisconsin Ice-Driller Aids Groundbreaking Research Dec. 19, 2014
Nebraska Alumna Helps Wishes Come True for Ill Children Nov. 15, 2014
Wisconsin Alum Brings Modern Medical Care to Rwanda Oct. 6, 2014
Dr. Charles Modlin Making an Impact at Cleveland Clinic Aug. 31, 2014
Northwestern Academy Impacting CPS Students Aug. 21, 2014
Indiana ServeIT Aiding Organizations Aug. 8, 2014
The following articles were published in Chief Learning Officer magazine, a trade publication for corporate learning and development professionals that covers the importance, benefits and advancements of a properly trained workforce.
The following articles were published in Certification Magazine, a publication designed to deliver the most current information available about IT certification programs and profiles industry-leading professionals.
Selling Your Employer on Open Source Dec. 19, 2005
Specialization or Jack-of-all-Trades? Nov. 15, 2005
Bringing Slow Learners Up to Speed Oct. 24, 2005
The following article was published in The Flower Book, and annual magazine published by floral and horticultural trade publisher, Cenflo.