Teachers from more than seven Iowa communities are converging on Iowa City this weekend to participate in a three-day Interdisciplinary Flood Institute organized by the University of Iowa College of Education as part of a larger initiative, the Living with Floods project.
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The federal government will pay to replace three University of Iowa flood-damaged buildings at new locations, settling a months-long federal dispute over how much money the university will get for those projects.
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The face of campus is changing—whether due to exciting new construction or to an increasingly diverse student body. As President Sally Mason enters her sixth year at the UI, she talks about these changes and what they mean to Iowa now and in the years ahead. Story
The Iowa Board of Regents on Wednesday voted to approve schematic designs and funding to bring arts buildings destroyed by the 2008 flood back to life, a significant step forward in the campus recovery process. Story