University of Iowa President Sally Mason met with reporters Tuesday, Nov. 18, at Jessup Hall as part of her regularly scheduled media availabilities, discussing student research and academic success as well as a new program to support veterans.
University of Iowa President Sally Mason will meet with media representatives to share updates on the university and take questions on the record at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 101 Jessup Hall.
As Iowa’s first public university, the University of Iowa has a proud history of improving the lives of Iowans. UI President Sally Mason will explore a number of historical milestones Nov. 20 in Des Moines when she speaks on, “The University for Iowa: A Legacy of Service and Engagement.”
The University of Iowa ushered in a new age of accelerated research in biomedicine with the formal opening on Wednesday of the $126 million John and Mary Pappajohn Biomedical Discovery Building. The 256,000-square-foot building on the UI health sciences campus will house “high-risk, high-reward” research in diabetes, deafness, and brain science as well as complex diseases affecting the heart and lungs.
The University of Iowa will hold a dedication ceremony Wednesday, Oct. 15, for the $126 million John and Mary Pappajohn Biomedical Discovery Building, which will house “high-risk, high-reward” research in diabetes, deafness, and brain science as well as complex diseases affecting the heart and lungs. Media tours start at 3:15 p.m., followed by a dedication program, ribbon-cutting ceremony, and public reception, and tours.
University of Iowa President Sally Mason met with reporters Wednesday, Oct. 8 at Jessup Hall as part of her regularly scheduled media availabilities, discussing student success, affordability, and expanded scholarship opportunities to attract more high-achieving students and boost enrollment across the board.
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.
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.
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.