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Mason calls for three-year bachelor's degrees

University of Iowa President Sally Mason has called on the university to offer three-year bachelor’s degree options to help ambitious, talented students complete their studies earlier, save money, and get a head start on their careers. Story

UI President Mason announces sanctioning guidelines for sexual misconduct

The University of Iowa has established its first-ever sanctioning guidelines to address sexual misconduct and expelled a second student for a sexual-violence incident, UI President Sally Mason announced on Thursday. The sanctioning guidelines outline in detail the severe repercussions – from probation to expulsion – for those who commit sexual misconduct. Story

President Mason's email to campus community on sexual assault

University of Iowa President Sally Mason shares a letter with the campus community about the importance of talking openly about the serious issue of sexual assault. Story

President Mason updates media at start of new academic year

President Mason met with media to discuss enrollment, outcomes, research and student safetyUI President Sally Mason meets with media Tuesday, Aug. 26.

University of Iowa President Sally Mason met with reporters Tuesday, Aug. 26 at Jessup Hall as part of her regularly scheduled media availabilities. Video


Students taking a selfie with President Mason.

The Class of 2018 arrived on campus last week and shared their experiences in the area they know media. Story

Biggest and best yet

UI mascot Herky on stage with fireworks in the background

Welcoming one of the largest first-year classes in University of Iowa history, the On Iowa! program featured an all-star Kickoff at Kinnick, a tradition-charged Convocation, and a one-time-only finish for the President’s Block Party. Photo Feature

Media advisory: Aspire at West Campus ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 22

Rendering of planned apartment complex courtesy of Balfour Beatty.

University of Iowa president Sally Mason will join representatives from Balfour Beatty Investments and other officials on Friday, Aug. 22 for a ribbon-cuting ceremony to commemorate the Aspire at West Campus, a new on-campus living community for graduate students and their families at the UI. The $31 million development project comes through a public-private partnership. Story

Media advisory: UI to report on external funding totals Friday

University of Iowa officials will report on annual external funding totals, discuss funding trends, and share information about the latest research initiatives during a press conference at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 1, at the National Advanced Driving Simulator. Story

Teen's essay wins a free year of tuition from UI


Seven high school students, including Palen Stream, of Bedford, Iowa, will receive scholarships from the Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature. As the essay contest winner, Stream will receive one year of free tuition to the UI, and the six runners-up will receive $500 scholarships. Story from: Iowa City Press-Citizen

Iowa City Press-Citizen

UI President Mason holds first in series of media availabilities

President Mason met with media to discuss flood recovery, student scholarships, researchUI President Sally Mason meets with media - July 10th, 2014

University of Iowa President Sally Mason met with reporters Thursday morning in the first of a series of media availabilities planned throughout the academic year. Video


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