A University of Iowa study shows that high school students enrolled in college courses are more likely to obtain a college degree, and the benefit is especially for students living in poverty.
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Christian Schoon will read from his new young adult/fantasy novel, "Zenn Scarlett," at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 11, in a free reading at Prairie Lights Books in downtown Iowa City. The reading also will be streamed live on the University of Iowa Writing University website. Story
A University of Iowa study shows that older people can put off the aging of their minds by playing a simple game that primes their processing speed skills. The research showed participants' cognitive skills improved in a range of functions, from improving peripheral vision to problem solving. Results published in the journal "PLOS One." Story
UI President Sally Mason has worked with a lot of student government leaders. But she says there’s something special about Michael Appel and Nic Pottebaum, who just completed their respective student government presidencies.
2013.05.01 | By Bill Adams and Lin Larson | 11:55 AM
University of Iowa President Sally Mason opened her doors to groups of UI undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, fielding questions on just about every topic facing a university leader. Photo Feature
Two anonymous UI Tippie College of Business professors have started a random acts of kindness coffee club, encouraging students, faculty, and staff to give each other free drinks.
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As part of the second annual Phil’s Day, University of Iowa alumna Janice Ellig (1968 B.B.A.) will present a guest lecture, "Life with Phil," at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2, in the Old Capitol Senate Chamber. Story