2012 Irish Writing Program participant Ben TeBockhorst surveying the Irish coast. Photos courtesy of UI International Programs.
Study Abroad Fair Jan. 29 to feature array of short-term programs for UI students
Students on the UI’s summer Irish Writing Program have the opportunity to work with esteemed Irish writers and academics to hone their craft while taking in Dublin’s rich cultural and literary history. This is one of many programs to be represented at the spring Study Abroad Fair Thursday, Jan 29.
University of Iowa President Sally Mason outlined her top priorities for the next six months during a meeting with reporters Wednesday, Jan. 21, at Jessup Hall.
Roundup of UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life
"Iowa Now Minute" is a 60-second roundup highlighting recent UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life. Look for a new video every Thursday on Iowa Now.
Nurse drawing blood from a pregnant woman
Samples are available to researchers in just minutes
The repository is made up of four women’s health tissue banks: Well Woman Tissue Bank, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Tissue Bank, Maternal Fetal Tissue Bank, and the Gynecologic Malignancies Tissue Bank. Samples are donated from women who are already patients at UI Women's Health Center.
Jon Abdo tutoring a student
Coach program providing another avenue for student success
The University of Iowa's Student Success Coach program offers student-to-student guidance available in every residence hall about anything from goal setting and time management to getting involved on campus.
An ongoing series of studies by University of Iowa researchers shows that access to a variety of specialty health care fields are more accessible than thought in rural Iowa—including oncology, urology, and now otolaryngology—but that access could be threatened depending on how health care reforms are implemented.
The University of Iowa Department of Dance outreach program—the University of Iowa Youth Ballet and School of Dance—has recently added a third level to their adult classical ballet program.
Inaugural class reflects on first semester at the UI
The Storm Lake Scholars Program is providing first-generation students from the northwest Iowa town the opportunity for a University of Iowa degree—at no cost.
Scholarship providing degree opportunity for first-generation students
A new scholarship is providing up to 10 first-generation students from Storm Lake, Iowa, the oppportunity to attend the University of Iowa at no cost.
Death notices for current and retired UI employees. Links to online obituaries provided when available.