A recent study ranks the University of Iowa No. 5 in the country in terms of communicating and serving prospective international students online in the 2014-15 academic year.
A summer camp from the UI John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center (JPEC) teaches junior high students about entrepreneurialism by making and selling stuff at the Valley Junction farmers market in West Des Moines.
Iowa law alumna Shelley Whitcher has always just wanted to help others. Now, she's leading Iowa Legal Aid, an organization that makes hope, dignity, and justice available to low-income Iowans through legal assistance and education that protects fundamental rights, basic necessities, and access to the judicial system.
The University of Iowa was one of the first schools to send students to study in Cuba. The UI has been able to send faculty and students to Cuba for the past 15 years or so, says Liz Wildenberg De Hernandez, an associate director of UI Study Abroad.
Music teachers jammed to the sound of Tubano drums Thursday at the Iowa Memorial Union in Iowa City. About 60 K-12 music teachers and others gathered for World Music Drumming workshops on the University of Iowa campus, hosted by the UI College of Education and West Music.