Tippie College of Business
Professors Sara Rynes and Alfonso Morales discuss their study that finds people get a sense of community from shopping at farmers markets and buying locally grown food.
One in 10 University of Iowa undergraduate students is Chinese and interest continues to grow. Part of this interest is fueled by Chinese President Xi Jingpin's long-standing relationship with the state of Iowa and Gov. Terry Branstad, as well as UI's reputation for academic excellence and the friendly, welcoming community.
Alvin Roth, Nobel Prize winner in economics, will talk about how markets decide who gets what and why in a lecture at the University of Iowa.
Amrita Nain, assistant professor of finance in the Tippie College of Business, explains why it's so important for Des Moines' economy that it retains the Meredith headquarters after the media company's merger with MediaGeneral.
University of Iowa sophomore Melissa Myers is training with the UI Judo Club as she prepares to represent the United States in the world junior judo championships in October in Abu Dhabi.
Barry Thomas, professor of management sciences in the Tippie College of Business, says businesses often engage in enlightened self-interest when they help develop the global communities where they do business.