Outdoor garden, memorial area will be created near UI Main Library
By: Wendy Moorehead | 2015.11.11 | 02:27 pm
The University of Iowa is paying homage to Armed Services veterans by creating an outdoor garden and memorial area near the Main Library in Gibson Square. Site preparation and landscaping are already finished, with final completion expected in spring 2016.
By: Office of Strategic Communication | 2015.07.10 | 02:46 pm
Frank Sories, Candice Maier, Andrew Beer, and Volker Thomas of the UI College of Education’s Department of Rehabilitation and Counselor Education published "Addressing the Needs of Military Children Through Family-Based Play Therapy" in the June 2015 issue of Contemporary Family Therapy.
Rick Williamson's commitment to UI veterans stems from witnessing his son's struggles adapting to collegiate and civilian life
By: Christine White | 2014.11.25 | 10:56 am
After his son's harrowing war experience and difficulty assimilating to college and civilian life, College of Dentisry's Rick Williamson has played an active role in helping veterans at the University of Iowa transition successfully from military service to higher-education studies and careers.
Home Base Iowa initiative aims to match veterans with quality education, careers
By: Hayley Bruce | 2014.11.24 | 01:48 pm
The University of Iowa has been designated a Home Base Iowa Certified Higher Academic Military Partner (CHAMP) for its work to educate and assist veterans on campus.
Hawkeye football student-athlete's father currently deployed in Afghanistan
By: Darren Miller | 2014.11.11 | 07:00 am
University of Iowa junior linebacker Travis Perry had a mission to accomplish before leaving the locker room after a 48-7 victory over Northwestern University on Nov. 1.
The event was part of annual 'ANF Day at Kinnick'
By: Tim Schoon | 2014.11.03 | 11:41 am
The University of Iowa athletics department staged its second "card stunt" at Saturday's football game against Northwestern University, honoring farmers and veterans.
Actual and perceived reporting consequences deter servicewomen from reporting, researchers find
By: Deb Venzke | 2014.09.26 | 10:58 am
A study by the University of Iowa and the Iowa City VA finds American service women are reluctant to report sexual assault due to a number of perceived and real barriers, including negative effects on careers and the belief that nothing would be done. Results appear in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
By: Amy Mattson | 2014.05.21 | 11:27 am
The University of Iowa College of Education’s masters in educational leadership was ranked number 13 in the “U.S. News and World Report” 2014 Best Online Programs for Veterans.