Recent News

Recent News

Brooke Kelley knew pretty much from the start she would come to the University of Iowa when she was among the first high school juniors to participate in Tippie Gateway, which introduces students from underrepresented groups to college and careers in business.
Last week, the University of Iowa began preparations to announce the latest in its ongoing efforts to make this diverse campus and surrounding community more welcoming, safe, and inclusive. The recent events in Orlando now reaffirm the critical importance of those efforts.
University of Iowa education professor Cassie Barnhardt and Nick Bowman, director of the UI Center for Research on Undergraduate Education, offer insight on efforts to improve racial environments on college campuses.
UI Just Living Student Ambassadors named winners of the 2016 Engaged Campus Award.
About 100 Cedar Rapids students spent the day on the UI campus for the 10th annual African American Achievement Program, spearheaded by the UI College of Education, to inspire students to prepare for college life and to pursue their dreams.
Students taking advantage of the University of Iowa’s minor or certificate in American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Studies learn valuable skills and find a new sense of community.
Under Dean Sarah Gardial, the Tippie College of Business has made it a priority to encourage more women to aggressively pursue business leadership positions. 
The President's Black Student Advisory Committee is seeking applicants for open seats.  Any currently enrolled undergraduate, graduate, or professional students in good academic standing are eligible to apply for either committee. The Black Student Advisory Committee advises the president of the...
On behalf of the Chief Diversity Office, members of the University of Iowa community are invited to join us for the 17th annual Diversity Catalyst Awards Reception on Thursday, April 28, 2016. This award honors the distinctive and innovative work of individuals, organizations, and departments at...
With Thursday's opening of the Old Capitol Museum's exhibit, "Them: Images of Separation," controversial, offensive and racist art is again being displayed on the University of Iowa Pentacrest.

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