Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Informatics


Informatics joins information technology with the humanities, arts, and the social, natural, and applied biomedical sciences creating the power to effect changes that are both permanent and profound as problems in our everyday world are identified and solved.

With over 100 faculty from more than 40 collegiate programs and departments, our students create a flexible curriculum based on individual interests & goals, while learning alongside nationally-recognized faculty in our world-renowned research programs.

Discover what an Informatics degree at the University of Iowa can mean for you!

The T32 Bioinformatics Training Grant is accepting applications for the 2014-15 academic year. 

Students applying to a Ph.D. program (or currently enrolled) in a primary discipline (e.g., biological sciences, computer science,...

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Professor Filippo Menczer will the be the Informatics Colloquium speaker on Thursday, May 1, 2014. He is the Director of the Center for Complex Networks and System Research at Indiana University.

The talk The Spread of Information and...


Tom Keegan and Matt Gilchrist

ON PURPOSE: Teaching the Digital Humanities

Incorporating 21st century technology into humanities courses

Tom Keegan and...