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Mason to lead listening session on sexual misconduct Thursday

University of Iowa President Sally Mason will lead a listening session on the issue of sexual misconduct for students and other members of the campus community from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Iowa Memorial Union. Story

Mason reaffirms zero-tolerance stance on sexual misconduct

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“I do want to make my position clear. I believe there is no excuse for sexual assault. I have zero tolerance for sexual misconduct...The university will do everything in its power to prevent sexual violence, support survivors, and hold offenders responsible.” Story

Mason: UI taking action to prevent sexual assault

For information about UI resources, reporting options, and how to get or provide help, see the Office of the Sexual Misconduct Response Coordinator website: Story

Mason highlights UI connections in Monticello

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University of Iowa President Sally Mason spoke during the Monticello Area Chamber of Commerce annual banquet highlighting the strong connection between Monticello and UI. Story from: Monticello Express

Monticello Express

Mason signs APLU statement opposing boycott of Israeli universities

The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities has issued a statement signed by UI President Sally Mason and other APLU leaders opposing a boycott of Israeli academic institutions. Story

Mason delivers on promise to Storm Lake

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After learning that few immigrant students from Storm Lake attend state universities, UI President Sally Mason set up a scholarship account for Storm Lake students, established a team to meet with prospective students, and ensured that each student will receive mentoring for success in college. Story from: Storm Lake Times

Storm Lake Times

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!

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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

The Gazette


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