A 2009 study conducted by researchers at the University of Iowa found that that too much support—or over support—could corrode a marriage faster than a lack of support. The study was published in the Journal of Family Psychology.
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The UIowa Saxophone Quartet will perform works by Bach, Edvard Grieg, Jun Nagao, Camille Saint-Saens, George Gershwin, and Jean Matitia at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 4, in Riverside Recital Hall on the University of Iowa campus. Story
Meenakshi Gigi Durham, a UI journalism professor, discusses the "crazy paradox" of how some book covers use stereotypes of mainstream femininity to visually represent work that challenges those stereotypes in a story on the 50th anniversary edition of The Bell Jar.
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The University of Iowa College of Law will be the new administrative home for the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights with Adrien Wing, Bessie Dutton Murray Professor of Law, becoming its new director. Story
The University of Iowa School of Music will present the 2013 University of Iowa Orchestra Invitational Gala Concert, performed by the UI Chamber Orchestra and School of Music faculty, at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, in Riverside Recital Hall on the UI campus. The concert is free and the public is welcome.
Rush University Medical Center looked to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinic's 'Furry Friends' program, a pet visitation program, as a successful model for allowing seriously ill patients to have pets in their hospital rooms for comfort and support. Story from: Chicago Tribune
Scott Spak, assistant director of environmental policy at the UI Public Policy Center, discusses water quality problems in landfills, and David Osterberg, clinical associate professor in the College of Public Health, comments on recycling.
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American businesses are struggling with change, and that’s going to be an increasingly serious problem for the economy in coming years. Management and organizations professor Sara Rynes will discuss the threats of apathy when she delivers this year's UI Presidential Lecture Feb. 24. Story