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UI's Diekema discusses efforts to control the spread of Ebola

Dr. Daniel Diekema, University of Iowa Health Care

Dr. Dan Diekema, director of the Division of Infectious Diseases with UI Health Care, and president of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America, discusses the new Ebola "Czar" and efforts to control the spread of Ebola. Story from: MSNBC.com


Driving and parking restrictions on Tuesday, Oct. 21

Setup and safety for Tuesday's campaign visit by first lady Michelle Obama will affect access to University of Iowa facilities Tuesday, Oct. 21, between approximately 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Story

New source to keep you in the know

Screen capture of the new UI event page

A new online resource makes it easy to keep track of everything happening on campus. The UI Events Calendar—located at events.uiowa.edu—provides a one-stop shop for information about what’s current and what’s popular. Story

UI service helps Iowa small businesses go global


The University of Iowa's Institute for International Business and John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center have partnered with the Iowa Association of Business and Industry to begin a consulting service for small and mid-sized businesses in Iowa that want to enter global markets. Story from: Des Moines Business Record

Des Moines Business Record

UI professor discusses psychology behind political ads

Assistant professor Daryl Cameron

The Gazette asked Daryl Cameron, UI assistant professor of psychology, to analyze the tactics used in political ads that have been blistering the Eastern Iowa airwaves. Story from: The Gazette

The Gazette

Investing in the arts

UI School of Music rendering, courtesy of LMN Architects

For more than seven decades, the West family has supported and serviced music education for countless people of all ages throughout Iowa, the region, and internationally. Now, with a recent gift to the University of Iowa, the family is providing crucial support to one of the area’s most ambitious ever arts initiatives. Story

'Sustainability through historic salvage'

Roof work

A day-long symposium focusing on the process and benefit of historic architectural salvage will be held Saturday, Nov 8, at Art Building West, 141 N. Riverside Dr. on the University of Iowa campus. Though free, registration for the conference is required by Nov. 6. Story

Iowa Flood Center to install 50 new stream stage sensors statewide

IFC project engineer Dan Ceynar installs a new stream stage sensor on Prairie Creek north of Fairfax. IFC project engineer Dan Ceynar installs a new stream stage sensor on Prairie Creek north of Fairfax.

The Iowa Flood Center is installing 50 new stream stage sensors statewide this fall, giving more Iowans the ability to monitor their local waterways in the event of a flood. Video

Climate pioneer James Hansen reflects on working with Van Allen

James Hansen reflects on his time as a student at the Unviersity of Iowa.Climate pioneer James Hansen reflects on his time as a student at the University of Iowa.

James Hansen visited the University of Iowa on Thursday, Oct. 16, to speak in the UI Public Policy Center’s “Meeting the Renewable Energy Challenge” symposium. Video

Overview of UI student experience provided by SERU survey

Georgina Dodge and Wayne Jacobson speak at the President's Forum

The University of Iowa is one of 16 major research universities nationwide using the SERU survey, designed to broaden the understanding of undergraduate experiences and promote a culture of institutional self-improvement. Story


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