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UI group aims at food recovery

Published
2014.04.09

A new UI student group, Food Recovery Network, will collect unused food from places such as dining halls that would otherwise be thrown away and transport it to food banks and homeless shelters. Story from: The Daily Iowan

The Daily Iowan

UI cellist, pianist to perform in people's living rooms

Published
2014.04.09
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UI cello professor Anthony Arnone has teamed up with pianist Grethe Nöthling, a musical arts doctoral student at UI, to offer a series of free concerts for small audiences in people's homes around the state. Story from: Iowa City Press-Citizen

Iowa City Press-Citizen

UI graduate named Hancock County magistrate

Published
2014.04.09
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Kelsey Hollingshead, a 2013 graduate of the UI College of Law who practices in Britt, has been named Hancock County magistrate. Story from: Mason City Globe-Gazette

Mason City Globe-Gazette

RV to take UI 'mobile museum' on the road

Marshalltown Times- Republican: RV to take UI 'mobile museum' on the road
Published
2014.04.08
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The new UI Mobile Museum, sponsored by the Old Capitol Museum, Museum of Natural History, and Office of the State Archaeologist, features exhibits about Iowa's ice age mammals, the founding of Iowa, and the state's "ancient agriculturalists" based in the Loess Hills. Story from: Marshalltown Times- Republican

Marshalltown Times- Republican

Fisher takes graphic art presentation from UIMA to Spencer

Published
2014.04.08
Jessica Abel: As I Live and Breathe, Page 4

Dale Fisher presented a UI Museum of Art collection of comic book and graphic art to Spencer High School students Monday: "We don't have a building at the moment...We can't bring the students to the art, so we bring the art to the students." Story from: Spencer Daily Reporter

Spencer Daily Reporter

New UI major track focuses on social innovation

Published
2014.04.08

A group of UI students will take their ideas from the classroom to the community through a new Engaged Social Innovation track within the interdepartmental studies major; up to 12 honors students will be selected for the three-year program. Story from: The Daily Iowan

The Daily Iowan

Annual Doc Dash raises money for healthcare clinics

Published
2014.04.05

More than 300 people took part in the annual Doc Dash 5K hosted by the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine with proceeds benefiting the Iowa City Free Medical Clinic and the UI Mobile Clinic. Story from: KWWL

KWWL

What path will you choose? Music, science, or both?

Published
2014.04.07

Many musicians, artists, and scientists have desired to merge disciplines in order to better understand our world, and Iowans will have the chance to experience the results of one such collaboration this week with The Crossroads Project on campus. Story from: Iowa City Press-Citizen

Iowa City Press-Citizen

UI students help with tax returns

Published
2014.04.06
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UI accounting students with the Beta Alpha Psi accounting fraternity offer free federal tax preparation for low income residents. Story from: KCRG

KCRG

Engineering college enrollment booming

Iowa City Press-Citizen: Engineering college enrollment booming
Published
2014.04.05
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Recent growth in the UI College of Engineering is related in part to K-12 focus on STEM education, but also, says Jane Dorman, director of admissions, to the college's unique approach: “UI is a big liberal arts school, and we like to encourage our students to do other things..." Story from: Iowa City Press-Citizen

Iowa City Press-Citizen

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