Iowa Board of Regents President Bruce Rastetter said today, Wednesday, March 25, that he and President Pro Tem Katie Mulholland will recommend that the regents name Jean Robillard to serve as interim president of the University of Iowa.
New B.A. degree prepares liberal arts students for careers in business
By: Tom Snee | 2015.03.25 | 10:50 am
The University of Iowa has launched a new major that provides entrepreneurial management and leadership education to liberal arts and sciences students, giving them the opportunity to develop real-world skills and improve their employability before hitting the job market or starting their own business.
Time-lapse look at campus takes Gold awards in local competition
By: Lin Larson | 2015.03.02 | 08:50 am
More than a dozen videos, websites, promotional items, and other work produced by and for University of Iowa units were recognized at the Feb. 28 American Advertising Awards Gala recognizing creative excellence in the marketing industry.
University of Iowa President Sally Mason shares information about the next steps in the Iowa Board of Regents' TIER (Transparent Inclusive Efficiency Review) with UI students, faculty, and staff as the implementation phase is underway on campus.
Accelerated options will be available to new undergraduates starting this fall
By: Lin Larson | 2015.02.20 | 10:45 am
First-year undergraduates headed to the University of Iowa this fall can sign up for Iowa Degree in Three—a new accelerated program designed for motivated students who want to graduate faster and cut costs.
Undergraduate dean talks student success, college expansion
By: Sara Epstein Moninger | 2015.02.18 | 02:34 pm
As the undergraduate dean in the Henry B. Tippie College of Business, Ken Brown draws on his experience as a father. Every day he strives to make Tippie the kind of place where his young daughters would have a great educational experience and be successful.
The Iowa Board of Regents has announced the composition of the University of Iowa Presidential Search and Screen Committee. The 21-person-committee will include nine representatives from the UI faculty and three members of the Board of Regents.