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Tippie grad garners Superman comparison in court

Published
2014.10.22
UI Tippie grad and current lawyer, Amos Hill, at the state capitol

Tippie College of Business grad Amos Hill sees lawyering as hero's work, in a way: An advocate for people in need. That goes for car accident victims, businesses in trouble, and even fellow young lawyers like himself. Story from: Des Moines Register

Des Moines Register

Grabbing coffee with Amy Jo Myers

Silicon Prairie News: Grabbing coffee with Amy Jo Myers
Published
2014.10.22
Amy Jo Meyers

Amy Jo Myers, manager of outreach in the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center, is one of 10 people that entrepreneurs new to Des Moines should have coffee with. Story from: Silicon Prairie News

Silicon Prairie News

Finance professor encounters Hong Kong protests up close

Published
2014.10.21
Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong

UI finance professor Art Durnev describes his experience teaching at the Tippie School of Management's Hong Kong MBA program, which is at the epicenter of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests. Story from: Iowa Public Radio

Iowa Public Radio

Always a good time to be Phil

We are Phil buttons on a denim jacket

Oct. 13-17 marked the second annual We Are Phil giving appeal for University of Iowa faculty and staff, but the push to bolster private support for UI people and programs continues. Photo Feature

Regents approve new UI master of science degree in health policy

The Master of Science in Health Policy degree program, formally approved Thursday, Oct. 23, by the Iowa Board of Regents, will equip students with advanced training in health policy analysis. The new degree will be offered by the Department of Health Management and Policy in the UI College of Public Health beginning in spring 2015. Story

New UI institute to address grand challenges in public health

A new Iowa Institute of Public Health Research and Policy will bring together researchers, public health practitioners, community leaders, private partners, and policy makers to expand the scope, scale, and impact of public health research at the University of Iowa. Story

Spotlight: UI alumna Natalie Gilkison reflects on international experiences

Published
2014.10.22
Natalie Gilkison wears a Chinese "University of Iowa" shirt while in China.

University of Iowa alumna Natalie Gilkison, of Davenport, Iowa, reflects on studying abroad in China while pursuing a bachelor's degree in international studies as well as experiences working with international students, forging some interesting new programs. Story from: International Accents

International Accents

Iowa Now Minute - 10/23/14

Iowa Now Minute - 10/23/14

"Iowa Now Minute" is a 60-second roundup highlighting recent UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life. Look for a new video every Thursday in Iowa Now. Video

League of American Bicyclists names UI a Silver Bicycle Friendly University

A student rides a bike across campus in front of the UI Pentacrest.

The University of Iowa expands its options for bicyclists around campus and Iowa City, garnering acknowledgment from the League of American Bicyclists. Story

UI earns high marks for sustainability

AASHE STARS graphic

An association of colleges and universities working to create a sustainable future has given the University of Iowa high marks for its campus-wide sustainability achievements, especially in the areas of energy conservation, alternative transportation, and waste reduction. Story

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