Graduate College

2012 Irish Writing Program participant Ben TeBockhorst surveying the Irish coast. Photos courtesy of UI International Programs.

Students find their writing stride in Dublin

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.
“Ecosystem in the Design Processes,” an exhibition by the University of Iowa 3-D Design program

Media Advisory: 3-D Design students at CSPS

Award-winning exhibition on display in Cedar Rapids; artists will be on hand at Jan. 8 reception
“Ecosystem in the Design Processes,” an exhibition by the University of Iowa 3-D Design program, is currently on display at CSPS in Cedar Rapids. UI design students and faculty member Monica Correia will be available for interview at an artist reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8.
2014: A Look Back

2014: A Look Back

Rewind 2014 in this video review
It was a busy year on campus and we've got you covered. Take a look at this video to see highlights from 2014 at the University of Iowa.

Video: December 2014 Graduate College commencement

Friday, Dec. 19, 2014, 7 p.m. Carver-Hawkeye Arena
The December 2014 UI Graduate College commencement ceremony will be streamed live to "Iowa Now." Streaming will begin shortly before the ceremony begins. Archival video will replace the live stream on the "Iowa Now" page within 24 hours of the conclusion of the ceremony.
2014 spring commencement

Commencement ceremonies

UI confers nearly 1,560 degrees in December
The University of Iowa will honor December 2014 graduates during a series of commencement ceremonies and other events, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19-20.

Professional majors strengthen mission of liberal arts colleges

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.

Sustainable Iowa

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.