Recent News

Recent News

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. 
For 45 years, the Latino Native American Cultural Center has advocated on behalf of Latino and Native students and provided them with a home away from home, especially for those who feel isolated.
In addition to providing educational programming about preventing violence and discrimination, the UI Women’s Resource & Action Center offers a safe, welcoming space for students and community members, and its volunteers learn skills that last a lifetime.
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...
Tippie College of Business sophomore John Akpan wants his fellow students to know there are resources available to help black professionals and business owners succeed in Iowa. To highlight that, he’s helped organize a dinner and panel discussion about black-owned businesses in the state.
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.
Associated exhibit features racist, sexual, and violent images “THEM: Images of Separation” is an exhibit on loan from the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia that has been set up in the campus’ Old Capitol Museum in conjunction with the university’s “Just Living” theme semester. 
Just Living, the University of Iowa’s Theme Semester on social justice, will begin with a reception on Thursday at the Old Capitol Museum. The Theme Semester program connects the university and Iowans across the state through activities and events related to the critically important topic of social...

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