Tippie College of Business
Hawkeye PACE is a six-week summer program that helps student-athletes figure out what they want to do after their collegiate careers have ended, including job-shadow experiences with Johnson County employers.
The University of Iowa's political prediction market sees a low probability of Republicans holding onto both houses of Congress this year.
Research from the UI shows that a handshake is an important part of the job interview because it creates the interviewer's first impression and sets the tone for the interview.
Catherine Cole, professor of marketing, says that companies want customers to complain about poor service or products so they can improve their offerings, and explains how customers can get the best results when filing a complaint.
The UI's Richard Jacobson Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship offered its youth entrepreneurship camp in Marion for the first time this year.
A group of African entrepreneurs is learning more about how to start and run a business during a six-week program hosted at UI by the U.S. State Department.
A week before the start of the GOP national convention and traders on the Iowa Electronic Markets believe there's still a 10 percent chance the party will nominate someone other than Donald Trump.