Safety

Media advisory: The future of driving and riding in autonomous vehicles

International experts on automotive transportation will discuss the future of driving and riding in autonomous vehicles during a public seminar and panel discussion Friday, April 17, at the University of Iowa.

UI Police announce sexual assault response guarantee

Department has also launched a new website
In coordination with Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the University of Iowa Police Department is promoting a sexual assault response guarantee for survivors.
Iowa Now Minute 4/2/15

Iowa Now Minute - 4/2/15

Roundup of UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life
"Iowa Now Minute" is a 60-second roundup highlighting recent UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life. Look for a new video every Thursday.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month events

A number of events will be held on the University of Iowa campus and throughout the community during April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Khirin Carter, Meagan Schorr, Susan Junis

UI team dedicated to enhancing violence prevention education on campus

New positions at WRAC, RVAP created in accordance with the university’s Six Point Plan
The University of Iowa now has three full-time violence prevention education specialists, which is unique for an institution of its size. The team was made possible thanks to funding from the Six Point Plan to Combat Sexual Assault.

UI assisting employees targeted by tax fraud

University staff investigating origin of national crime trend
The University of Iowa has been notified recently by employees who have been the target of state and federal tax fraud. The university takes this issue extremely seriously and is working with these employees to contact the proper authorities and provide assistance.

Studying crashes from the inside out

Unique study of video crash data finds passengers often key distraction for teens
A unique University of Iowa study of naturalistic driving shows distraction is more prevalent among teen driving than previously thought.

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