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UI religious studies professor Raymond Mentzer knighted by France’s Ministry of Education

Mentzer will be decorated as a Chevalier de l’Ordre des Palmes académiques June 12 for his service and contributions to French culture and education
The French government has named Raymond Mentzer, the Daniel J. Krumm Family Chair in Reformation Studies at the University of Iowa, a knight in the Order of Academic Palms for his service and contributions to French education and culture. Mentzer will be decorated on June 12 in Paris.
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UI Fulbright alumna leads push to help minority students apply for, receive fellowship

UI, State Department want program to be more diverse
Noaquia Callahan, a Fulbright alumna at the UI, has founded a pilot program to help students from underrepresented groups learn about applying for the U.S. State Department’s Fulbright grants, among others. The Diversity International Scholarship Academy kicks off this spring.

Honors Mertes named IALCP Student Representative

Aaron Mertes has been named the student representative for the International Academy of Life Care Planning (IALCP) for the 2016–17 year.