A program offered by the UI's Jacobson Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship brought high school business teachers to Iowa City's Lasansky Studio to learn the scientific principles behind the art of printmaking.
Tippie College of Business
Columnist Nick Kristof writes of University of Iowa student Emily Roberts' efforts to bring a 19-year old Afghan woman to the United States so she can study string theory and dark matter.
The probability of Donald Trump winning the popular vote in November's general election has been increasing on the Iowa Electronic Markets in recent weeks.
Researchers in the Tippie College of Business and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences have developed an algorithm to predict the probability of a movie making a profit at the box office.
UI's Iowa Electronic Market was the first political prediction market, and its success suggests the wisdom of crowds can help to foresee future events.
Graduates in UI's Class of 2016 are finding jobs thanks to a strong hiring economy and the help of the university's Pomerantz Career Center.
Kyle Wehr, a full-time MBA student from Davenport, was named one of the 100 Best and Brightest MBA graduates nationally in the class of 2016.