About 1,500 graduates received degrees at ceremonies this past weekend
By: Justin Torner and Eema Siddiqui | 2016.12.19 | 12:07 pm
About 1,500 University of Iowa students received their degrees at fall 2016 commencement ceremonies Dec. 16–18. “Iowa Now” captured several celebratory moments at the festivities.
Kirsten Stoner wins this year’s Three-Minute Thesis competition
By: Cristóbal McKinney | 2016.12.14 | 10:03 am
Kirsten Stoner, this year’s Three Minute Thesis competition winner, wants to improve outcomes for patients with cervical myelopathy. Stoner and six other 3MT competitors got a boost from a graduate seminar in communicating research.
More than 1,500 degrees will be awarded in ceremonies Dec. 16–18
By: Office of Strategic Communication | 2016.12.13 | 11:37 am
The University of Iowa will award degrees to more than 1,500 graduates during seven ceremonies this weekend.
Friday, Dec. 16, 7 p.m., Hancher Auditorium
By: Office of Strategic Communication | 2016.12.13 | 10:56 am
A video recording of the winter 2016 UI Graduate College commencement ceremony is available for viewing. The ceremony was held Dec. 16.
External Media | 2016.10.19 | 02:50 pm
The Tippie College of Business is starting several new initiatives to attract more students to its MBA programs.
Teaching since 1973, UI accounting professor Dan Collins is honored for his work educating thousands of accountants across Iowa and the country
By: Tom Snee | 2016.10.14 | 01:35 pm
Dan Collins has touched the lives of thousands of accountants in his decades of teaching at the UI and was honored for his mentorship over the summer. Here, he talks writing, Enron's impact, and his fondness for the PhD.
UI dedicates its new technologically advanced and artistically inspiring Visual Arts Building
By: Office of Strategic Communication | 2016.10.10 | 03:17 pm
Hundreds of art students and faculty joined dancers, musicians, and local dignitaries in the brilliantly lit central foyer of the Visual Arts Building on Friday to dedicate the new building.
Students will dive deep to train for STEM careers inside, outside of academia
By: Rebekah Tilley and Andrea Zeek | 2016.09.13 | 04:17 pm
A new Sustainable Water Development graduate program, inaugurated with a grant from the National Science Foundation, will prepare UI students for careers as engineers, entrepreneurs, professors, or in other professions in the STEM fields.