The University of Iowa is seeking state funding to expand its health care presence to rural parts of the state that are challenged in finding providers and other experts to treat and care for a rapidly aging population.
Meal planning can be the key to success for your healthy eating goals and simpler than you might believe. Sara Cathi, RDN, LD shares some basic nutrition information and strategies to help you get started with creating easy, nutritious meal plans that fit your busy lifestyle.
Patricia Foster will read from her new collection of essays, Written in the Sky: Lessons of a Southern Daughter. She will be joined in conversation by author Darius Stewart. In Written in the Sky, Patricia Foster presents a double portrait of place and family, a book of deeply personal essays that interrogate the legacy of racial tensions in the South, the constriction of caste and gender, and the ways race, class, and white privilege are entwined in her family story. After interviewing girls at...
Among the enduring social changes to follow the COVID-19 pandemic has been a collective shift to group video calls for work meetings. Many of us still end those calls with a “Zoom wave” three years later. But why?
While the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) over the past year is changing the way we work, teach, and learn, the university’s mission to provide a transformational educational experience that prepares our students for success remains the same.
How can you, as an educator, most effectively respond to AI in the classroom? Here are a few steps and tips to guide you as we approach the fall 2023 semester.
As the fall semester gets underway, here are six ongoing projects that may affect travel around campus. Please remember to use caution when driving or walking near construction areas and allow extra time to reach your destination.