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Release: April 3, 2001

UI neurobiologist Dailey speaks at Finding God at Iowa forum

IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Michael E. Dailey, biological sciences professor, will speak at the April 5 Finding God at Iowa lunch forum, to take place from noon to 1 p.m. in River Room 1 in the Iowa Memorial Union. The forum is free and open to the public.

The forum, a monthly event convened on the first Friday of each month, is designed for faculty, staff and students to interact informally on the relationship of faith and learning and or work.

Dailey, who has taught in the Department of Biological Sciences since 1996, helped develop a new course in bioimaging and biotechnology that received widespread approval from students. Dailey came to the UI after receiving his doctorate in neural sciences from Washington University-St. Louis.

The Finding God at Iowa lunch forum is a program of the Geneva Campus Ministry at the University of Iowa and is supported by churches and student religious organizations across denominational lines. It is designed to complement the popular Geneva Lecture Series, which brings speakers to the UI to speak on a wide range of topics from a Judeo-Christian perspective.

For more information, contact Jason Chen, 120 N. Dubuque Street, Iowa City or e-mail or call (319) 341-0007.