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.
By: Office of Strategic Communication | 2016.07.05 | 08:50 am
The University of Iowa awarded nearly 4,200 degrees at the close of the 2016 spring semester.
UI digitizing its collection to make fossils more accessible to public
By: Richard C. Lewis | 2016.05.31 | 01:48 pm
The University of Iowa is digitizing its fossil collection to make the more than 1 million specimens more accessible to researchers and to the public. The fossils span a vast range of Iowa's geological history, from 500 million years ago to the near-present. It's located in Trowbridge Hall.
Harvard instructor wins prestigious literary criticism prize
By: Mikael Mulugeta | 2016.05.20 | 03:25 pm
Kevin Birmingham, an instructor at Harvard University, has received the 2016 Truman Capote Award for Literary Criticism in Memory of Newton Arvin. The University of Iowa Writers' Workshop administers the award, the largest annual cash prize in English-language literary criticism, on behalf of the Truman Capote Estate.
Best-selling author Bill Bryson may return to the UI to research his next book
By: Cristóbal McKinney | 2016.05.17 | 12:16 pm
Best-selling author Bill Bryson returned to his home state to receive an honorary degree from the University of Iowa. Bryson offered advice and commentary during a campus tour.