Diversity

Storm Lake Scholars Program offers resources, support

Scholarship providing degree opportunity for first-generation students
A new scholarship is providing up to 10 first-generation students from Storm Lake, Iowa, the oppportunity to attend the University of Iowa at no cost.
MLK illustration by Aubrey Hart, UI BFA Graphic Design '15

UI celebrates life of Martin Luther King Jr.

Annual program includes events from Day of Service to unity walk and Wycliffe Gordon lecture and performance
An annual University of Iowa celebration honoring the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. and addressing contemporary human rights issues will be held Jan. 19-31.
2014: A Look Back

2014: A Look Back

Rewind 2014 in this video review
It was a busy year on campus and we've got you covered. Take a look at this video to see highlights from 2014 at the University of Iowa.
Graduation cap with tigerhawk and 2014 decorated on it, in front of Old Capitol

The year in pictures

Take a look at some of the top images from 2014
Stunning fall images on the Pentacrest, crowd shots at Kinnick Stadium, and outreach across the state can all be seen in this 2014 year in review photo gallery.

President Mason shares end-of-semester message

University of Iowa President Sally Mason shares an end-of-the semester message with UI students, faculty, and staff on Thursday, Dec. 18.
UI College of Education hosts Teaching Ferguson panel

KGAN UI College of Education hosts 'Teaching Ferguson'

The UI's College of Education hosted a panel discussion with education experts and students to help classroom teachers foster discussions among students about race, discrimination, privilege, and systemic oppression.

Teaching Ferguson

UI's College of Education hosts panel discussion about how classroom teachers can foster discussions about race and other sensitive issues
The University of Iowa’s College of Education is hosting a panel discussion with education experts designed to not only look at the broader historical and social context from which these current struggles emerge, but to also provide participants with tools, strategies and resources to create opportunities for classroom discussions.

Honors LGBTQ care at UI Hospitals and Clinics earns national recognition

For a second year in a row, the Healthcare Equality Index (HEI) has named University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics an Equality Leader in its national survey based on nondiscrimination policies and care for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) community. Among the

Like son, like father: Dentistry professor helps UI veterans transition from military to studies

Rick Williamson's commitment to UI veterans stems from witnessing his son's struggles adapting to collegiate and civilian life
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.

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