April 2015 News

April 2015 News

A unique University of Iowa law course has created an opportunity for Iowa students to build relationships with their counterparts on the other side of the world.
The newly-formed President’s Black Student Advisory Committee (BSAC) is hosting a forum for all University of Iowa students on Tuesday, April 14, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in Carver-Hawkeye Arena’s Feller Club Room.
The University of Iowa Chief Diversity Office invites members of the UI campus and community to celebrate distinctive and innovative diversity contributions at the 16th annual Diversity Catalyst Award Reception Tuesday, April 28.
A University of Iowa summit on April 15th — which will examine the personal journeys of veterans and their families —will challenge students to rethink how leadership is defined, what it means to lead by example and how mental attitude can overcome adversity.
Listen to Iowa Law Professor Lea VanderVelde discusses the tort of seduction and the history of women in the workforce.
More than 120 University of Iowa students participated in Alternative Spring Break trips, making the UI one of only a few such programs in the country that requires students to participate in a common academic course for credit as part of the experience.
Diane Finnerty, Pamela Terrill, and Jo Hendrickson will be honored as outstanding leaders at the annual University of Iowa Celebration of Excellence and Achievement Among Women. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be Wednesday, April 8.
University of Iowa President Sally Mason discusses the significant increase in the number and diversity of students who have accepted admission to the UI for fall of 2015, the success of student athletes, and the impact of the university's early retirement program, among other topics, during a...
The University of Iowa will host its first Fulbright Day Friday, April 3, to celebrate past UI Fulbright faculty and student awardees and to provide prospective students the opportunity to learn more about the Fulbright process. Marvin Bell—UI professor emeritus in English,  the first Poet Laureate...