Post-Election Activities at UI

This year’s presidential election has been one of the most divisive in history. The negative tenor of endless television ads, social media posts, and the election itself have impacted many, regardless of political preference.

We are committed to supporting our students, staff, and faculty by providing spaces to come together for contemplation and brave conversations where civility, listening, and respect are the norm. Now is the time for our community to reaffirm our value of diversity and inclusion. Our diversity—in identity, ideas, and perspectives—is what makes us strong.

Below is a list of connection and conversation spaces as well as a list of resources. Please check back as more events and resources become available.

Dr. Georgina Dodge
Chief Diversity Officer and Associate Vice President
Title IX Coordinator

Opportunities to gather:

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa–sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the event organizer in advance.

To Be Announced.

Past Activities

If you have opportunities you would like included, please email diversity@uiowa.edu and reference this page.

Resources

UI Non-Confidential Resources

UI Confidential Resources

Other UI Resources

Community Resources

  • Iowa City Police (319-356-5275)
  • Coralville Police (319-248-1800)
  • Johnson County Sheriff (319-356-6020)
  • North Liberty Police (319-626-5724)
  • Iowa City Human Rights Commission (319-356-5022), (TDD: 319-356-5493)

Campus Messages

  • Message to International Students, from Maureen Burke, director of English as a Second Language Programs and Iowa Intensive English Program, and Lee Seedorff, senior associate director of International Student and Scholar Services
  • Letter to the Obermann Community, from Teresa Mangum, professor of the department of Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies and Director of the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies
  • Message to the Campus Community, from President Bruce Harreld and Executive Vice President and Provost P. Barry Butler