Class helps UI students figure out what they want to do and start a career doing it
By: Tom Snee | 2015.03.03 | 05:25 pm
A pithy resume, freshly pressed formalwear, and a firm handshake have always been big parts of a successful job search, but today, it’s so much more than that. The University of Iowa's Pomerantz Career Center offers a semester-long class showing students how to navigate the new world of finding a career.
Program in intimate venue will feature chamber works by Welch, Wheeldon, and others
By: Rob Cline | 2015.03.03 | 05:24 pm
Hancher and the Joffrey Ballet enjoy a robust artistic collaboration, and the sold-out performances slated for March 7 and 8 in Iowa City build on that legacy.
March 11 concert highlights diverse musical traditions of Nile River basin
By: Erin Donohue | 2015.03.03 | 04:02 pm
The musicians of The Nile Project will participate in a robust residency in Iowa City that will culminate with a March 11 concert.
External Media | 2015.03.03 | 01:34 pm
A group of Chinese students traveling to a robotics competition, hosted by the University of Iowa College of Engineering at Iowa City Regina High School, received help from local students after the airline lost their robot.
Tippie senior becoming fifth generation of her family to work in the field
By: Tom Snee | 2015.03.02 | 03:06 pm
Ali Rosenberg has known for years what she’s wanted to do for a career: risk management and insurance. “It’s in my blood,” she says. Indeed, she will be the fifth generation Rosenberg to work in the insurance business. The Des Moines native came to the University of Iowa in part because of its strong finance and insurance programs.
Two UI students lay foundation for new national student organization
By: Tom Snee | 2015.03.02 | 03:05 pm
Tens of thousands of women major in business in the United States, and many of them belong to student groups for women business majors. But there’s no national organization linking them to each other. Ali Rosenberg thought it was a missed opportunity. She and fellow UI student Alex Krebs set out to organize a conference that would lay the foundation for such an organization.
Program is offered exclusively to high-achieving UI students
By: Hayley Bruce | 2015.03.02 | 03:04 pm
Through the Kinnick Law Scholars program, high-achieving students who are currently enrolled at the University of Iowa will be allowed to apply to the UI College of Law without taking the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).