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UI vice president for medical affairs to step down from leadership positions

The University of Iowa today announced that Jean E. Robillard, vice president for medical affairs and dean of the Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, plans to step down from his leadership role overseeing UI Health Care.

Fred Boehmke receives NSF grant for U.S. policy diffusion database

The three-year, $202,820 grant will help to create a database that includes information on policy actions by all 50 state legislatures, administrative branches, and courts to track the spread of policies adopted throughout the United States.

Working at Iowa survey coming Oct. 5

Sue Curry, dean of the College of Public Health, talks about why employees should take the Working at Iowa survey
On Oct. 5, all UI employees will receive an invitation to take the Working at Iowa survey. In this brief Q&A, Sue Curry, dean of the College of Public Health, talks with “Iowa Now” about how her college uses the survey.

Honors Rahmouni honored by International Society of Hypertension

Kamal Rahmouni, professor of pharmacology and internal medicine at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, has been awarded the 2016 Paul Korner Award by the International Society of Hypertension (ISH).
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Rebekah Kowal discusses the future of the UI’s dance program
Rebekah Kowal, newly appointed chair of the University of Iowa Department of Dance, discusses her new role and her plans for the program.
The 2016 corn monument includes a mural based on the first picture of Herky drawn by a UI alumnus in 1948. Coincidentally, the drawing also featured Northwestern, who the Hawkeyes will play in their Homecoming game Oct. 1.

Students construct monumental Homecoming tradition

2016 corn monument is bigger, more ambitious than ever
In the third year of the corn monument revival, University of Iowa engineering students ramped up their efforts with the tallest, largest, and most ambitious design on record.

Debate moves Clinton, Trump prices on Iowa Electronic Markets

Hillary Clinton’s contract prices are up 8 percent to 70.5 cents in volatile post-debate overnight trading on the Iowa Electronic Markets, while contract prices for Donald Trump are down 3 percent to 31.8 cents.