Recent News

Recent News

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...
From being the first university to devote a program to rehabilitating children and young adults with disabilities to recently ranking first in the nation in an assessment of how accessible its websites are to people with disabilities, the University of Iowa has a long history of working to provide...
Research completed by Leslie Schwalm, UI professor of history and gender, women’s, and sexuality studies, has inspired a play written by UI graduate student Margot Connolly. Arts Share is bringing Cross-Examined, a play about the desegregation of Keokuk schools, to libraries in Keokuk and...
University of Iowa President J. Bruce Harreld discusses how public universities contribute to the continuing democratization of of higher education in the United States.
Though many words are used to describe members of the armed forces, one that you don’t often hear is “artist.” Like any large group, the American military is comprised of people from all walks of life with many interests and many talents. However, the art of veterans and active service members...

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