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OneIT leaders seek feedback on TIER initiative project charters

Listening posts set for June 3-5
Leaders for the University of Iowa’s OneIT project have prepared draft project charters which address the university’s four information technology business cases related to the TIER initiative. The campus is encouraged to provide feedback via two avenues.
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UI College of Nursing website The ABCDEs of melanoma

University of Iowa College of Nursing experts encourage people to use the ABCDEs of melanoma—looking for asymmetry, borders, color, diameter, and evolving—to monitor their moles or brown spots to detect warning signs of skin cancer early.  

UI, Kirkwood partnership to help make it easier to get business degree

Business students earning an Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) degree at Kirkwood Community College will be able to transfer more easily into the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business thanks to a new degree program offered by the two schools.
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Old Gold: 'Mystery' of Fine Arts Building solved

Readers help UI archivist identify long-gone Iowa Avenue building
When University of Iowa archivist David McCartney asked readers for help in identifying a long-gone building on Iowa Avenue, they responded.
Graduates take photo in front of the Old Capitol.

Celebrating commencement

Sights and sounds from spring 2015 commencement weekend
This past weekend, thousands of UI students were joined by faculty, staff, and families as they celebrated their educational milestone at commencement ceremonies around campus.

KGAN Explaining the pink premium

University of Iowa marketing professor Alice Wang explains why companies charge higher prices for the exact same product when marketed at women than when they're marketed at men. 

UI TIER update: May 15

As the UI moves forward with the Iowa Board of Regents’ TIER project, campus leaders are committed to keeping colleagues informed. Here are the latest developments in business and academic cases.
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Oskaloosa Herald Oskaloosa native wins grant to teach English in Taiwan

Oskaloosa native Brett Burk has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Award to pursue an English Teaching Assistantship in Taiwan for 2015-16. Burk graduated from the University of Iowa in December 2014 with a B.A. in linguistics and an emphasis in teaching English as a second language (ESL).

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