Recent News

Recent News

Members of the University of Iowa Veterans Association and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Student Veteran Organization teamed up Wednesday to raise awareness for US Military Veteran Suicide. For the third year in a row, the students have coordinated a ruck march for the annual Heroes Game on...
Analisa Iole becomes first female drum major in the modern era The Hawkeye Marching Band has a storied history, and this fall, Analisa Iole became an important part of it. She didn’t just join a list of drum majors that dates back to 1886; she became the first woman since World War II to hold the ...
The University of Iowa will honor six members of the armed forces for exceptional service to their country and the Hawkeye community on Wednesday, Nov. 15. The ceremony, which starts at 5 p.m., will be emceed by Iowa State Representative and UI Alumnus Todd Prichard of Charles City, Iowa, who is a...
UI students studying abroad and international students in Iowa City have had their photos selected for the 2017 International Programs Annual Photo Contest as part of International Education Week. The UI was also one of only four U.S. schools to receive the 2017 Senator Paul Simon Award for...
After reading the book “Hidden Figures,” UI mathematics professor Cynthia Farthing created a course to teach students about women’s contributions to science and technology, and to encourage them to advocate for gender equality in the workplace.
Many members of campus were honored at the University of Iowa’s annual Faculty and Staff Awards Banquet, sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Office of the Vice President for Human Resources.
Jeff Schott, director of the UI’s Institute of Public Affairs, says increased Latino immigration has revived many Iowa towns, but the change can prove difficult. 
Henry B. and Patricia B. Tippie Director of Athletics Chair Gary Barta explains a new way that the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is contributing to the University of Iowa.
University of Iowa President J. Bruce Harreld welcomes Hawkeyes back to Iowa City and reaffirms the UI’s commitment to maintaining a safe and inclusive campus where civil discourse and the respectful exchange of ideas can thrive.
Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate the dedication of the Elizabeth Catlett Residence Hall, the University of Iowa’s newest and largest residence hall. Named for renowned sculptor and printmaker Elizabeth Catlett, the 303,000-square-foot building offers an impressive view of the Iowa River on...

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