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 group of 25 young African business leaders toured an organic farm near Davenport on July 8 as part of their participation in the U.S. State Department's Young African Leadership Initiative, offered through the University of Iowa.
A group of young Africans looking to start businesses in their homelands toured the Quad Cities on July 8 as part of their fellowship at the University of Iowa through the U.S. State Department's Young African Leadership Initiative.
James Leach, university chair in public affairs and professor in the College of Law, comments on the possible impacts Iowa could feel if British voters opt out of the European Union.
The University of Iowa is hosting 25 young African leaders as part of the Mandela Fellows, a program in the U.S. State Department's Young African Leadership Initiative. The fellows will be on campus for six weeks and will visit businesses and landmarks around the state.