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UI recognized for excellence in pain education

NIH selects university to help improve pain education for health professional students
The UI is one of  11 Centers for Excellence in Pain Education selected by the National Institutes of Health Pain Consortium. The  centers will help improve pain education for undergraduate and graduate health professional students. 
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University of Iowa celebrating winter commencement ceremonies

Nearly 1,520 degrees to be conferred on Dec. 18 and 19
The University of Iowa will honor December 2015 graduates in a series of commencement ceremonies and other events, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 18 and 19.
Two parents are honored on the field at Kinnick Stadium

Mom and Dad of the Year recognized during Family Weekend

Husband-and-wife team nominated by their daughter
A husband-and-wife team was the center of attention Oct. 31 at the Family Weekend game-day breakfast and at halftime during the Hawkeye football game, when they were honored as the University of Iowa’s Mom and Dad of the Year.
Herky "helps" the Pandelirium Steel Drum Band set up their instruments on the Pentacrest for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences' We Are Phil celebration on Wednesday, September 30.

UI faculty, staff embrace 'We Are Phil'

Culture of philanthropy continues to grow with annual campaign
The University of Iowa celebrated its third annual "We Are Phil" giving appeal for faculty and staff last week—and the push to bolster private support for UI people and programs continues.
Don Anderson mentors Max Otoadese through the Secondary Student Training Program.

KCRG UI summer program gives hands-on research experience to high school students

Max Otoadese is one of 39 high school students from across the state, nation, and world pursuing hands-on science at the UI this summer, thanks to the College of Education Belin-Blank Center's Secondary Student Training Program. The rigorous, five-week residential research program also provides 3 semester hours of college credit.

Gifts Education fund created to improve care, research for patients with dementia

As the Alzheimer's Association raises awareness during Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month, the recently created Jo Hoyt Freeman Dementia Education and Outreach Fund aims to improve care for dementia patients. The fund will support outreach projects by the Hartford/Csomay Center for Geriatric Nursing Excellence at the UI College of Nursing.