Continuing Education

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Hawkeye hails academic access close to home

Clive woman takes advantage of UI course offerings available in Des Moines
Bonnie Brown is a mother with a full-time job, studying social work and taking newly offered courses through the Des Moines campus of the University of Iowa.

24 UI colleges and graduate programs in national top 25

Latest rankings from ‘U.S. News & World Report’ released March 16
Twenty-four graduate colleges and programs at the University of Iowa are listed among the 25 best in the nation, according to the latest rankings from “U.S. News & World Report.”

Iowa City Press-Citizen Cohen shares how InterPlay is a great creative exercise

Mary Cohen, UI associate professor of music education, shares how everyone can learn skills to express themselves through music-making, storytelling, and movement. InterPlay is one remarkable system providing incremental steps toward self-expression in any way we choose, Cohen explains.

Leadership program makes big leap

'U.S. News' ranks College of Ed online master's program among best in nation
The UI College of Education’s Master of Arts in educational leadership program ranks No. 17 in the 2016 edition of the ‘U.S. News and World Report’ Best Online Graduate Education Programs and the 16th-best program for veterans, thanks to an excellent job placement rate and the flexibility online learning provides.
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New UI initiative to help strengthen diversity, inclusion proving to be popular

BUILD certificate program for faculty and staff offers ongoing education
So far, a new program offered by the UI Chief Diversity Office designed to help faculty and staff strengthen diversity and inclusion has received a great deal of interest. The BUILD (Building University of Iowa Leadership for Diversity) initiative, a non-credit bearing certificate opportunity, started offering classes this fall.

University of Iowa strengthens commitment to diversity and inclusion

Chief Diversity Office to offer new certificate program for faculty and staff
Beginning this fall, the University of Iowa Chief Diversity Office will offer a non-credit bearing certificate program for faculty and staff who want to gain skills to contribute to the creation of a campus climate that supports safety and success for everyone at the university.
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University of Iowa graduates to celebrate commencement

Ceremonies begin May 14; wrap in early June
About 5,100 University of Iowa students will mark educational milestones as they receive their degrees at spring 2015 commencement ceremonies. Ceremonies begin Thursday, May 14, with the College of Pharmacy commencement and end Friday, June 5, with the College of Dentistry. All other ceremonies will be held May 15-16.

Scholarships Apply for Robert F. Ray Staff Scholarship by April 1

University of Iowa staff members who wish to begin or continue their undergraduate education can apply for funding support from the Robert F. Ray Staff Scholarship, offered through the Division of Continuing Education.