Kyle Moody, who teaches a UI video-game-journalism course, says whether it's technology, interface, storytelling, themes, or all of these things, BioShock games mean a move to the future through the lens of the past.
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Leesa Fair achieved her 50th birthday goal—to receive a college degree, made possible by UI online learning opportunities, which also allowed her to graduate in December along with her son, Ben, who received a Bachelor of Arts in computer science.
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Join the 10th anniversary celebration of the University of Iowa’s Asian and Pacific American Cultural Center April 5-7, co-sponsored by the UI Center for Student Involvement and Leadership and the UI Alumni Association. Story
The University of Iowa College of Education’s Teacher Leader Center will host a panel discussion “Tweet the Good: Positive Social Media in Schools,” from 5 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 27. The discussion will take place in Room N140 Lindquist Center and is free and open to the public. Story
The University of Iowa "Research in the Capitol" event is set for Tuesday, March 26, in Des Moines. The annual spring event invites about 20 students under the auspices of the honors program at each of Iowa’s three Regents institutions. Story
University of Iowa law students are spending their spring break this week in Des Moines with leaders from the Iowa legislature, governor's office, and judiciary to see how state government works up close. Story
Elise Fillpot, a UI College of Education alumna, created an innovative social studies curriculum called Bringing History Home, designed to invigorate history education at the elementary level and provide a model to teach children to engage with historical photography and documents.
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