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Leach discusses well known Iowans with prominent WWII legacies

James Van Allen, 1951

Former Congressman Jim Leach shared little-known anecdotes about three Iowans — James Van Allen, Harry Hopkins, and George Leslie Stout— whose work during World War II helped shape the future of the United States as well as the world. Story from: Iowa City Press-Citizen

Iowa City Press-Citizen

Achievements: UI faculty, staff, students, and alumni making news

University staff, faculty, students, and alumni are accomplishing great things every day. See who's making news with awards, publications, promotion and tenure, and more. Story

Behind the canvas

A look at the UI College of Law portrait tradition UI alumna Susan Hargus creates a portrait of College of Law Professor Emeritus William Buss.

The University of Iowa College of Law honors long-serving faculty with the opportunity to have their portrait join colleagues from the present and the past in the oldest law school west of the Mississippi. Video

History's greatest mass theft

Jim Leach

As the Nazis murdered millions of people, they also perpetrated the greatest mass theft in history, says former congressman Jim Leach. He’ll offer his perspective on the topic Tuesday, April 22, at noon in Room 2520D University Capitol Centre. Story

UI graduate named Hancock County magistrate


Kelsey Hollingshead, a 2013 graduate of the UI College of Law who practices in Britt, has been named Hancock County magistrate. Story from: Mason City Globe-Gazette

Mason City Globe-Gazette

Media Advisory: Columbus Junction students visit UI to explore health science careers April 10

Members of the media are invited to cover a field trip that will bring an estimated 60 middle school students from Columbus Junction, Iowa, to participate in interactive sessions on campus through the University of Iowa College of Education's Project HOPE (Healthcare, Occupations, Preparation, and Exploration). Story

Colker to discuss No Child Left Behind, Individuals with Disabilities Act April 10

Ruth Colker, one of the leading scholars in the areas of constitutional law and disability discrimination, will give the 2014 Inaugural Richards Lecture in the UI College of Law, discussing the collision between No Child Left Behind and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Thursday, April 10, on the UI campus. Story

Separated by borders

Book cover of "The Distance Between Us: a Memoir by Reyna Grande"

"The Distance Between Us: a Memoir" by Reyna Grande is the 2014 selection for the One Community, One Book annual reading program sponsored by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights in the College of Law. Story

Koontz: Iowa nonprofits serve important role


Richard Koontz, director of the UI's Larned A. Waterman Iowa Nonprofit Resource Center, discusses the role of nonprofits in supporting the state economy and the well-being of its residents. Story from: Des Moines Register

Des Moines Register

UI Center for Human Rights sponsors Ukraine panel April 9

The University of Iowa Center for Human Rights will host a discussion examining current events in Ukraine featuring three experts from among UI faculty. The discussion will be Wednesday, April 9, at 2 p.m. in Room C31 Pomerantz Center on the UI campus. Story


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