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.
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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.
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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.
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Maureen Marron, an associate research scientist at the UI College of Education's Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development, sees grade-skipping as just one option in an academic tool kit known as "acceleration." Story from: GreatSchools
The Year End University of Iowa Donation Drive is an example of a successful student project done with the help of community partnerships, says Liz Christiansen, director of the UI Office of Sustainability.
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A new study reveals that adults who played a video game helped their mental agility more than adults who did crossword puzzles. Your Health columnist Sumathi Reddy and University of Iowa public health professor Fred Wolinsky join Lunch Break with details.
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