The 2014 Provost’s Global Forum at the University of Iowa, “Child Protection: A Global Responsibility,” will address the global and local impact of child abuse and neglect through several events that are free and open to the public March 26-28 on the UI campus. Story
The annual "Cancer in Iowa" report issued by the State Health Registry of Iowa, based in the University of Iowa College of Public Health, will be released at a special press briefing at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 10. Story
2014.02.28 | By UI Health Care Marketing and Communications | 07:00 AM
Groundwater and public health experts will discuss will a range of topics related to groundwater contaminants and their potential health effects at the Iowa Groundwater and Public Health Symposium on March 11 in Des Moines. Story
Members of Iowa City's Working Group Theatre perform "Out of Bounds," a play about cyber-bullying, part of a University of Iowa-community partnership that includes Hancher, the UI College of Public Health, the UI Injury Prevention Research Center, and the Iowa City Community School District.
Members of the public recently got a behind-the-scenes preview of a ground-breaking play designed to shine a light on—and stir public conversations about—one of the most pressing social issues of the day: cyber-bullying among teens.
The University of Iowa will host the traveling exhibit “Black Health Legends - Pioneers Who Dared to Care” on the health sciences campus in February and March. The display features notable achievements of African-American health care pioneers. Story
Marizen Ramirez, University of Iowa associate professor of occupational and environmental health, has been approved for an estimated funding award of $1.7 million by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to study how parents can help their children recover emotionally and socially from traumatic injuries. Story
A new UI study shows that police officers move as much on the job as someone holding a baby or washing dishes. The finding comes from police wearing armbands that monitored their physical activity. Results appear in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Story
A University of Iowa official told state lawmakers on Thursday that freshman retention rates are the highest in the university’s history, student financial aid opportunities are being expanded, and an array of enhancements are being developed to make a college degree accessible and attainable to more Iowans. Story