A group of University of Iowa faculty are headed to northwest Iowa May 21-24 as members of the 8th annual Faculty Engagement Corps, stopping in Orange City, Okoboji, Estherville, Spencer, Lester, Le Mars, Sioux City, Sergeant Bluff, and Storm Lake. Story
From Tuesday, May 21 to Friday, May 24, follow the University of Iowa's 2013 Faculty Engagement Corps tour of northwest Iowa, including Orange City, Okoboji, Estherville, Spencer, Lester, Le Mars, Sioux City, Sergeant Bluff, and Storm Lake. Story
Tippie College of Business alumna Sheri Salata will trace her path from UI student on academic probation to president of the Oprah Winfrey Network and Harpo Studios when she delivers the Tippie College's undergraduate commencement address on Saturday, May 18, at 5 p.m. Story from: Corridor Business Journal
An analysis by a group of University of Iowa business students suggests that Iowa City focus its efforts to redevelop the Towncrest neighborhood on a piece of city-owned vacant land at the corner of First Avenue and Muscatine Road. Architectural rendering provided by Iowa City Department of Planning and Community Development. Story
Twenty-five LGBTQ students were recognized at the University of Iowa’s 13th annual Rainbow Graduation on Tuesday, and the community took the opportunity to honor the graduates and recent strides made at the UI.
Story from: The Daily Iowan
Social shifts, along with cultural differences, are among the top reasons unmarried parenting has become more common, says UI associate sociology professor Mary Noonan in a story on the rise of unwed parenting nationally and locally.
Story from: The Gazette
Twenty one future teachers will enter their classrooms armed with iPads and big ideas for using them thanks to an award created by University of Iowa College of Education alumna Linda Baker, who earned her English and secondary education degrees at the UI in 1968. Story