Recent News

Recent News

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.
As the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Resource Center celebrates a decade of serving University of Iowa students, “Iowa Now” notes significant milestones in the university’s journey toward being an inclusive and welcoming institution for LGBTQ individuals.
The University of Iowa’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Resource Center recently marked a decade of serving the community. While opening the center was a significant milestone in the university’s LGBTQ history, it is one of many accomplishments spearheaded by people committed to...
The University of Iowa will honor five members of the armed forces for exceptional service to both their country and the Hawkeye community on Thursday, Nov. 10.
The Global Ambassadors Program is aimed at providing a built-in support system for Iowa Law’s international student body.
Within the fields of history and journalism, the use of geographic information systems (GIS) has greatly changed the way we visualize, understand, and analyze racial bias within the United States and around the globe. One such project, by UI history professor Colin Gordon, receives recognition in...
Lia Plakans, associate professor of education at the University of Iowa, discusses the high demand for bilingual teachers in Iowa.
Co-organizers Lena Hill and Michael Hill are providing students with the opportunity to meet and develop mentoring relationships with African American alumni.
During a 1959 visit to the University of Iowa campus, Martin Luther King Jr. stressed what he saw as a growing obstacle to social progress: apathy.

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