Faculty

Early-retirement program going before Board of Regents

Applicants would be reviewed on individual basis for cost-saving potential
The Iowa Board of Regents will be asked to consider the University of Iowa’s request for an early retirement incentive program at the board’s February meeting at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls.

Mainstage Series to present 'Good Kids'

Production part of Big Ten Theatre Consortium Initiative
The University of Iowa Department of Theatre Arts will present "Good Kids" by Naomi Iizuka as part of a rolling premiere commissioned by the Big Ten Theatre Consortium. This production will be on stage Feb. 5-8 and 11-15 in the David Thayer Theatre.

UI Lecture Committee announces spring lineup

Series includes noted food author, 'Shark Tank' entrepreneur
The University of Iowa Lecture Committee will kick off its spring semester lecture series on Monday, Feb. 2, with award-winning journalist and cookbook author Mark Bittman.
Panel at news conference

AIB College of Business to become the University of Iowa Des Moines campus

Historic agreement will expand access to UI programs
AIB College of Business today (Monday, Jan. 26) announced that it will become the University of Iowa Des Moines campus. Transition is expected to take at least a year, but the two schools will immediately establish an integration team to begin the process. Eventually Iowa will own AIB’s land and buildings, and AIB students will become Iowa students.

Fact Sheet about AIB College of Business

Here's a fact sheet about the AIB College of Business, which provides details about the name, leadership, academics, and more.
A poster depicts screening of "The Lion's Mouth Opens" documentary

UI Carver College of Medicine website Free Jan. 29 'The Lion's Mouth Opens' Huntington disease documentary screening

The public is invited to a free screening of "The Lion's Mouth Opens," a documentary about a woman who bravely faces a daunting life-defining moment as finds out about her genetic testing results for Huntington disease (HD), Thursday, Jan. 29, with the doors opening at 6:30 p.m and the screening beginning at 7 p.m., at the John Pappajohn Business Building, Room W10 (Buchanan Auditorium). The film is made possible by the UI Huntington's Disease Society of America (HDSA) Center of Excellence and the HDSA Iowa Chapter. 

UI, Grinnell join forces to expand use of digital technology

Mellon Foundation awards $1.6 million grant to support collaborative efforts
Grinnell College and the University of Iowa have received a $1.6 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop humanities-centered collaborations that expand the use of digital technology among faculty and students.

Financial Times releases 2015 Global MBA ranking; Tippie makes massive gains

UI named No. 2 in finance worldwide, No. 31 nationally, No. 1 in salary increase
The University of Iowa's Tippie College of Business MBA Program is ranked 31 in the U.S. and 63 in the world overall according to the Financial Times global MBA ranking, published Monday, Jan. 26.

Steering teens safe

Lunch and Learn in Des Moines looks at programs reducing crash rates
How do we best prepare the next generation of drivers? That topic will be the focus of the upcoming Hawkeye Lunch and Learn event, as Corinne Peek-Asa presents “Steering Teens Safe: How Research Has Informed Best Practices for New Drivers.”
UI Library learning commons

Embracing the future, preserving the past

UI librarians discuss the modern library at Feb. 11 Lunch and Learn
In the not-too-distant past, the distance between you and the vast collections at University of Iowa Libraries was dictated by geography. But changes in the ways information is discovered, shared, and used are transforming university research libraries and opening access to anyone with a computer.

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