Liam Feeley
Rare genetic disorder left Liam Feeley missing large bones in his arms

When Liam was 2 months old, the Feeleys came to University of Iowa Children’s Hospital and met with pediatric orthopedic surgeon Ericka Lawler, who put the family at ease.

Fresh on the heels of signing an exclusive global license agreement with the University of Iowa Research Foundation for its patent-pending Atrial Fibrillation (AF) ablation technology, IOWA Approach announced late Monday, Nov. 24, that it has received an equity investment from Boston Scientific Corporation.

Rick Williamson's commitment to UI veterans stems from witnessing his son's struggles adapting to collegiate and civilian life

After his son's harrowing war experience and difficulty assimilating to college and civilian life, College of Dentisry's Rick Williamson has played an active role in helping veterans at the University of Iowa transition successfully from military service to higher-education studies and careers.

The University of Iowa will become part of a new collaboration that supports one of the state’s largest entrepreneurial conferences, to be held in Iowa City next May.

Flags on the Pentacrest
Home Base Iowa initiative aims to match veterans with quality education, careers

The University of Iowa has been designated a Home Base Iowa Certified Higher Academic Military Partner (CHAMP) for its work to educate and assist veterans on campus.

International Day offers middle schoolers new perspectives

More than 300 middle school students, primarily from Eastern Iowa, were in Coralville in mid November to participate in the 18th annual University of Iowa International Day for Human Rights. This year students learned about “The Human Right to a Clean Environment.”

UI study finds students at liberal arts colleges reap the same educational gains, no matter their major

Faced with declining enrollment and rising costs, some small liberal arts colleges have added professional and vocational majors, a decision University of Iowa researchers say has strengthened rather than undermined the mission of the schools. The findings are being presented Friday at the Association for the Study of Higher Education’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

UI students meet with members of the Leeds neighborhood in northeast Sioux Citiy to talk about the history of the area.
UI student work in sustainable community development highlighted in Dec. 10 Lunch & Learn lecture at IMU

Hear about University of Iowa students’ supporting the viability of a number of Iowa communities for years to come in, “Enhancing Sustainability in Iowa Through Community Engagement,” on Wednesday, Dec. 10, at noon in the Iowa Memorial Union Iowa Theater.

UI Facilities Management will conduct a series of utilities steam blows from approximately 8 to 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 25, near the construction site of the Voxman Music Building at the intersection of Burlington and Clinton Streets.

UI kicks off thank-you campaign featuring patients and employees

The University of Iowa Foundation announced today, Friday, Nov. 21, that Hy-Vee has committed $500,000 toward the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital building campaign. The new UI Children’s Hospital is being designed as a healing environment that will improve the health and well-being of children and their families.