Patricia Ann Bahr

Adjunct Instructor, Psych & Quant Foundations/Teaching & Learning at University of Iowa

Patricia Ann Bahr

Patricia Ann Bahr

Adjunct Instructor, Psych & Quant Foundations/Teaching & Learning at University of Iowa

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Attorney at University of Iowa

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Dean at University of Iowa - College of Engineering

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Director at University of Iowa - College of Engineering

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Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer at University of Iowa

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Professor, Chemical & Biochemical Engineering at University of Iowa

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Vice President for Research at University of Iowa

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Senior Advisor to the President, Vice President for External Relations at University of Iowa

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Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Ophthalmology & Visual Science & Radiation Oncology at University of Iowa

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Professor, Biomedical Engineering/Internal Medicine at University of Iowa

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Associate Professor, Chemical & Biochemical Engineering/Pharmaceutical Sciences & Experimental Therapeutics at University of Iowa

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Patricia Ann Bahr
Adjunct Instructor, Psych & Quant Foundations/Teaching & Learning at University of Iowa
Career History
Rehabilitation Engineer & Supervisor, Mobile Outreach Clinic
Prior

In 1897, Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare became the nation’s first hospital for children who have disabilities. At the time, people living with disabilities encountered severely limited options for health care, education, employment and other fundamental needs. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare has played a central role for people who have disabilities by providing expert medical care, engaging in advocacy efforts, and conducting extensive education and research initiatives.

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The College of Engineering is one of 11 colleges at The University of Iowa. With educational courses dating back more than 100 years, the College today has an enrollment of almost 2,300 students – 2,000 of whom are undergraduates. Faculty members are both classroom- and research-focused. Over 88% of our undergraduate courses (counting lectures and discussion sessions) in engineering are taught by tenured and tenure-track faculty.

Adjunct Instructor, Psych & Quant Foundations/Teaching & Learning
Current

The University of Iowa is a flagship public research university located in Iowa City, Iowa. The university is organized into eleven colleges. The University of Iowa was founded on February 25, 1847.

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2008

In 1897, Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare became the nation’s first hospital for children who have disabilities. At the time, people living with disabilities encountered severely limited options for health care, education, employment and other fundamental needs. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare has played a central role for people who have disabilities by providing expert medical care, engaging in advocacy efforts, and conducting extensive education and research initiatives.

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