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Mason visits White House to discuss higher-education strategies

University of Iowa President Sally Mason was one of six university presidents invited to the White House Tuesday to discuss strategies for helping more academically talented students from low-income families attend college. Story

More massive cranes to pop up in Iowa City


“There is no doubt [cranes] will be a skyline feature here for some time,” says Rod Lehnertz, the University of Iowa’s director of planning, design, and construction. “By this winter we’ll have eight on our campus.” Story from: KCRG


Hear our rally cry!

A group of male and female cheerleaders performing in front of a building

S.T.A.T. (Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow) provided fans of the Iowa Hawkeyes with a wonderful experience Thursday, Sept. 12, hosting the Beat State Week Pep Rally on the Pentacrest. Photo Feature

Mason says UI committed to expanding student veteran services

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As the number of student veterans at the University of Iowa continues to grow, President Sally Mason said Tuesday the university is committed to expanding opportunities on campus for this diverse group. Story from: The Gazette

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Mason stresses maintaining momentum

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With significant progress made on several flood-renewal projects and the public launch of the largest fundraising campaign in UI history, President Sally Mason says in a recent Q-and-A that offering Iowa students an affordable, high-quality education still is paramount. Story

Welcome from Sally Mason

UI President Sally MasonA fall-semester welcome from University of Iowa President Sally Mason. Video by Ben Hill.

UI President Sally Mason extends a special welcome to students and the whole university community. Video

Stephen A. Wynn gives $25 million to UI Institute for Vision Research

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Stephen A. Wynn has made a $25 million gift commitment to the University of Iowa to support the UI’s Institute for Vision Research. The gift, which was announced at today’s meeting of the Board of Regents, State of Iowa held in Ames, will be used to accelerate progress toward cures for rare, inherited retinal diseases. Photo Feature

Officials survey flood preparations

Governor Branstad surveys flood damage

Standing on the Iowa Memorial Union footbridge, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds surveyed the University of Iowa’s defenses against a swollen Iowa River, remarking on just how much the state has learned about floods and flood protection over the past five years. Photo Feature

UI announces 'For Iowa. Forever More.' campaign

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Comprehensive fund-raising campaign aims to raise $1.7 billion to educate students for a global society; ensure a healthier and more sustainable world through research; and enrich commerce, culture, and communities for Iowans. Story

Candid conversation

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University of Iowa President Sally Mason opened her doors to groups of UI undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, fielding questions on just about every topic facing a university leader. Photo Feature


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