Recent News

Recent News

UI archivist David McCartney is seeking to learn more about a 1965 graduate and political activist from Des Moines. Can you help?
Photographers in the University of Iowa’s Office of Strategic Communication submitted a gallery of some of their favorite work from 2016.
Built from the ground up out of a collective “dream,” today the University of Iowa LGBTQ clinic serves thousands of patients from all over the Midwest and has been recognized by the Human Rights Campaign as “a leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality.”
On July 1, 2016, Diane Slusarski became departmental executive officer of the University of Iowa Department of Biology. Slusarski is the first woman to lead the department, and she aims to set a new course while being an example of female leadership in a STEM field.
Cindy Ann Kilgo, a doctoral candidate in educational policy and leadership studies, was one of six recipients to be given the Diversity Catalyst Award by the UI Chief Diversity Office.
The University of Iowa ranks first in the nation in an assessment of how accessible its websites are to people with disabilities.
The University of Iowa continues to be a destination for international students and has implemented several new programs to help make their adjustment to life in the United States, Iowa City, and on the UI campus as smooth as possible.
This week, veterans groups at the Universities of Iowa and Nebraska will be using a 344-mile ruck march not to build strength but to build awareness about one of the most serious issues facing veterans today: suicide.
The University of Iowa Veterans Association and Iowa Reserve Officers’ Training Corps honored Iowa’s veterans during the week of Nov. 6–12 with a reveille ceremony and the fourth annual Veterans Day flag display on the west lawn of the Pentacrest.
A new nonprofit regional job consortium will help the University of Iowa and area employers build a diverse employee base and recruit dual-career couples.

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