Students

A message to the university community

Earlier today, May 4, the University of Iowa Police Department issued a Crime Alert after learning one of our students reported a racially motivated attack. We are saddened and outraged by the horrible event that transpired Saturday evening. This kind of violence is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
woman inside studio arts building

A farewell to Menards

UI’s Studio Arts programs moving from the building that has been their home since the 2008 flood
The UI's Studio Arts programs have been in temporary quarters since the 2008 flood damaged their main buildings. This week, the departments are moving back to campus and into a new building.

US News & World Report IEM has given Clinton Democratic nomination odds for months

A University of Chicago political science professor quoted in U.S. News & World Report points out that for months, the Tippie College of Business' Iowa Electronic Markets political prediction market has given a higher probability that Hillary Clinton will win the Democratic nomination for president. 

Graduation Herky returned to the Pentacrest just in time for Phil’s day—and wore a sash to celebrate.

Philanthropy easy to see on Phil's Day

Fifth annual event celebrates donor support for the University of Iowa
Check out how the University of Iowa highlighted philanthropy on Phil’s Day.

Students help Big Ten Network reconnect with millennials

UI marketing students develop ideas to put Big Ten Network programming on more millennials’ devices
Millennials are spending more time on their devices, and a group of University of Iowa marketing students is helping the Big Ten Network, Fox Sports, and Mediacom communications get them to watch their programming.
Engineered Cancer Vaccine, Kawther Ahmed: UI Three-Minute Thesis Winner

Can you explain cancer vaccines in 180 seconds?

Pharmacy graduate student wins Three-Minute Thesis Competition
Kawther Ahmed, a fifth-year graduate student in the UI College of Pharmacy, won the UI's Three-Minute Thesis Competition with a presentation about her cancer-vaccine research.

Honors UI announces Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award recipients

The University of Iowa recently named the recipients of the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. The awards are given annually to a few of the many graduate teaching assistants who spark learning and creativity in the classroom.
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College of Education Independence after REACH

The UI REACH philosophy focuses on helping students with multiple intellectual, cognitive, and learning disabilities become independent and learn to make positive life choices, and this is certainly reflected in the lives of its graduates.

Megan Horst portrait

Shipping out from the College of Law

Iowa Law student set for career in Navy JAG
Megan Horst says her time at Iowa Law has helped her learn what it means to be a lawyer: to build trust, to verify facts, and to accept criticism so she can continue to improve.
map of trees

How well do you know the UI's trees?

Iowa launches Tree Inventory app on Arbor Day
The University of Iowa has debuted an app that details each of the more than 8,000 trees on campus. The UI Tree Inventory app delivers information about the number and location of trees and their condition, size, and species, with additional links to photos and descriptions.

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