Recent News

Recent News

Every October, the Pride Alliance Center hosts a celebration for LGBTQ History Month. With 11 events this year — many brand new — the Pride Alliance Center hopes to introduce more of campus to LGBTQ history, culture, and community.
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New provost says her leadership style is collaborative, that she wants people to be the best version of themselves
The University of Iowa Latino Native American Cultural Center is focusing on rebranding its celebrations of identity by including student voices.  The festivities are based on students, members of the celebration’s organizational team said, and every event that the center hosts received input from...
Leslie Schwalm, University of Iowa professor of history and chair of the Department of Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies, has been named as a North American Teaching Partner with the Colored Conventions Project. 
President Harreld welcomes new and returning Hawkeyes to campus for the fall semester and discusses some of the upcoming decisions and potential changes at the university in the coming year.
In the days before the start of classes, new students came together to bond with one another and learn about the Iowa experience. Check out a photo gallery of their experiences, including Iowa Edge activities, Kickoff at Kinnick, Convocation and the Block Party, and more.
Angela Lamb, assistant director of academic support and retention at University College, talks about her experience as a first-generation college student, as well as some of the programs and initiatives available to first-generation students at the University of Iowa.
In this welcome message to campus, President Harreld and Provost Montse Fuentes outline Iowa’s principles and present university resources available to the Hawkeye community.
TaJuan Wilson, University of Iowa associate vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion, has chosen to resign his current position and move to the Office of the Vice President for External Relations to support special projects for the university.

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