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UI political science professors weigh in on 2014 election


University of Iowa political science professors Cary Covington and Tim Hagle weigh in on how political campaigns will take shape between Labor Day and Nov. 4. Story from: KGAN


Law school strategies help enrollment rebound

UI College of Law class

First year student enrollment at the UI College of Law has rebounded nicely this year after the law school cut its tuition and took other steps to attract students. Story from: Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

UI art museum brings art to schools

students looking at art

This year, the UI Museum of Art K-12 School Programs set a record for student participation during the 2013-14 academic year. It brought art to more than 25,500 students, traveling to 98 locations in 16 communities and nine counties across Iowa. Story from: The Gazette

The Gazette

UI professor shares his knowledge of Indian yoga master B.K.S Iyengar

Thousands of New Yorkers marked the first day of summer by practicing yoga in Times Square, during the 12th annual Solstice in Times Square. (AP)

UI Professor Frederick Smith shares his knowledge of the Indian yoga master B.K.S Iyengar who died last week at the age of 95. Story from: NPR - On Point

NPR - On Point

UI professor maps out the roots of Ferguson civic unrest

Colin Gordon, University of Iowa

Robert Siegel talks with Colin Gordon, a history professor at the University of Iowa, about how the map of St. Louis County reveals some of the sources for the recent unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. Story from: NPR-All Things Considered

NPR-All Things Considered

UI professor explains demographic shifts in Ferguson

Beverly Scott of Chicago adds to the makeshift memorial in Ferguson, Missouri, for Michael Brown. Joe Raedle / Getty Images

Colin Gordon, a UI history professor who has studied housing in St. Louis, has emerged as an authority on demographic shifts and zoning restrictions in Ferguson, Missouri. Story from: Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

UI offers Chinese-language coaching for professors

Students in a finance class at Pepperdine University’s business school in Malibu, Calif. (Michal Czerwonka for The Wall Street Journal)

Faculty and staff at the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business are learning how to welcome incoming Chinese students—by correctly pronouncing their names. Story from: Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

UI's Henfield discusses racial, equity gaps in ACT scores

Profesor Malik Henfield teaching in a classroom.

UI College of Education Counselor Education and Supervision Professor Malik Henfield provides expertise in addressing racial and equity gaps in ACT scores. Story from: Education Week

Education Week

UI experts share unique struggles cancer survivors face

Some of the artwork featured in the exhibit iving Proof Exhibit: Cancer Survivor Art."

Liz Cullen, a UI College of Nursing alumna and UI nurse practitioner in radiation oncology, and Jen Adams, a social worker at the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center, discuss the struggles cancer survivors face in a show on "Living Proof Exhibit: Cancer Survivor Art." Story from: Iowa Public Radio Talk of Iowa

Iowa Public Radio Talk of Iowa



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