November 2014 News

November 2014 News

After his son's harrowing war experience and difficulty assimilating to college and civilian life, College of Dentisry's Rick Williamson has played an active role in helping veterans at the University of Iowa transition successfully from military service to higher-education studies and...
The University of Iowa has been designated a Home Base Iowa Certified Higher Academic Military Partner (CHAMP) for its work to educate and assist veterans on campus.
More than 300 middle school students, primarily from Eastern Iowa, were in Coralville in mid November to participate in the 18th annual University of Iowa International Day for Human Rights. This year students learned about “The Human Right to a Clean Environment.”
Two years after leading a team of 17 marines in Afghanistan, Logan Suhrbier is leading his fellow veterans to success on campus at the University of Iowa.
Two years after leading a team of 17 marines in Afghanistan, Logan Suhrbier is leading his fellow veterans to success on campus at the University of Iowa.
Anastasios “Tasos” Papachristoudis, a graduate student from Greece, was drawn to the UI because of its strong Master of Health Administration Program; he hopes to gain experience serving as an administrator in a rural hospital where he can also be an active part of the community.
A University of Iowa research team has developed the new, inexpensive Iowa Brace that will soon be shipped worldwide to help some of the many thousands of children born each year with clubfoot.
The University of Iowa will celebrate International Education Week Nov. 17-21 with several events and activities, including a public ceremony to honor 2014 International Impact Award recipients Roger Thurow and Selma Jeronimo.
The University of Iowa will celebrate International Education Week Nov. 17-21 with several events and activities, including a public ceremony to honor 2014 International Impact Award recipients Roger Thurow and Selma Jeronimo.
The University of Iowa Veterans Association and Reserve Officer's Training Corps honored Iowa's veterans on Tuesday morning with a reveille ceremony on the west lawn of the Pentacrest, accompanied by raising the U.S. flag over the Old Capitol.

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