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Jenna Whipple and Amanda Anderson with RTI setup laptop computers that will go on a laptop cart as preparations continue at the Kirkwood Center at the University of Iowa in Coralville, Iowa, on Wednesday, August 12, 2015.

The Gazette Kirkwood Regional Center at the UI enhances STEM teaching

The Kirkwood Regional Center at the University of Iowa welcomes 350 high school students as it opens this fall, part of a unique partnership including the UI Tippie College of Business and the Colleges of Education and Engineering, which will conduct research, education, and teacher development on site.

Huffington Post UI professor teaches would-be entrepreneurs in Greece

Kurt Heiar, entrepreneur in residence in UI's John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center, spent part of his summer in Greece helping teach would-be entrepreneurs who want to start their own business in response to the country's ongoing economic crisis how to get their businesses off the ground. 

fresh produce at a farmer's market

Food is community

UI study finds local food movement rooted in relationships and values
A new UI study finds more Americans than ever before are shopping farmers markets and joining food coops because they enjoy knowing who grows their food. These so-called “locavores” are driven to eat locally grown food because their commitment makes them feel part of a community that shares their values.

Des Moines Register Tippie responds to growing business need

Businesses need more and more experts in data analytics, or Big Data, so the Tippie College of Business has started a graduate certificate program in Des Moines and a master's program in Cedar Rapids.

Emily Roberts and Chen Cui

From Iowa City to China

Business teaches English to children in China with tutors in Iowa City
China has about 100 million children learning English and a pair of the University of Iowa students have started a new business to help them.

UI students named to Dean's List for spring 2015

The University of Iowa is recognizing the undergraduate students named to the Dean's List for the 2015 spring semester.