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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

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

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

Ebola virus: Update for the University of Iowa community

To date, there are no documented cases of Ebola in Iowa. While the risk of an Ebola case in Iowa City or on campus remains extremely low, staff members at Student Health and Wellness and the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics are tracking the situation with daily updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization. Story

Rolling out the welcome mat

two wrestlers on gold IOWA mat

Goodbye cross trainers, hello wrestling shoes and head gear. The University of Iowa wrestling team opened the 2014-15 season with its first official practice Oct. 10, and more than one week into training the Hawkeyes unanimously agree, it's great to get into a mat routine. Story

Archaeologists dig into hidden Native American history in Iowa

This fall, the University of Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist is getting a closer look at two pieces of Native American history in Iowa that researchers still know little about. Story

UI helping students become good money managers, reduce loan borrowing

University of Iowa Financial Literacy Services, a program offered by the Office of Student Financial Aid, provides one-on-one, in-depth loan counseling and budgeting assistance to students. Story

Achievements: UI faculty, staff, students, and alumni making news

University staff, faculty, students, and alumni are accomplishing great things every day. See who's making news with awards, publications, promotion and tenure, and more. Story

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

UI soft skills training makes students more employable

Published
2014.10.19
University of Iowa student Paul Smith answers a question during class at the Pappajohn Business Building in Iowa City on Friday, Sept. 26.

Soft skills—those that focus on things like communication and collaboration—are in greater demand by employers, and programs in the Tippie College of Business and Pomerantz Career Center are helping UI students learn those skills. Story from: The Gazette

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