UI alumnus Lem Genovese, who received his bachelor's degree in general studies in 1987, is now a veteran folk singer and author, his perspectives honed by four decades of songwriting and performing and his 20 years of service in the U.S. Army and National Guard.
Story from: Veterans Today
Twenty faculty members visit the Four Directions Community Center in Sioux City to meet with members of the Native American community as part of the UI Faculty Engagement Corps listening tour to northwestern Iowa.
Story from: KCAU TV
As head of brand communications at Anheuser-Busch, UI alumna Lisa Weser formulates PR strategies for the brewing company's U.S. brands, including Budweiser. She recently was involved in developing and promoting the Budweiser Clydesdale TV spot that aired during the 2013 Super Bowl. Story
Donald Black, a UI psychiatrist and professor of psychiatry who studies impulse-control disorders, says a number of misconceptions surround shopping addictions in a story on confessions of former shopaholics.
Story from: MSN Money
The group Native Youth Standing Strong is scheduled to host an event for University of Iowa staff and professors Thursday in Sioux City as part of the UI Faculty Engagement Corps tour of northwest Iowa.
Story from: Sioux City Journal
Pat Mason-Browne, senior associate director of Academic Programs and Student Development in the UI College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, co-authors a column on female adult learners, the special challenges they face returning to college, and the ways universities can support them.
Story from: Academic Advising Today
Chinese author Mo Yan (photo, right), a 2004 participant of the UI International Writing Program (IWP), recently assumed the post of chairing the newly-established Beijing Normal University International Writing Center.
Story from: China Daily