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Nursing program at UNI approved by Board of Regents

The University of Northern Iowa will launch a bachelor of science in nursing program in the fall of 2024, according to a news release...

Hawkeye wrestling facility to be officially named after $7 million gift

Pending Iowa Board of Regents approval, the University of Iowa will officially name the future Hawkeye wrestling training facility the Goschke Family Wrestling Training...
UIHC

Editorial: A much needed UIHC audit

The first step in a treatment plan is to acknowledge that you have a problem. The University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (UIHC) has...
North Liberty Hospital construction

Update: Regents approve 33% budget increase for North Liberty hospital

The University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics will receive a sizable budget increase for their new North Liberty hospital, totaling $525,628,000 – a 33%...
Maxwell Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory

University of Iowa to form Center for Hydrologic Development

The Board of Regents recommended approval June 1 for the University of Iowa to create a Center for Hydrologic Development in the College of...
Barbara Wilson

Barbara Wilson installed as UI president

During a ceremony on Friday at Hancher Auditorium — as part of the University of Iowa's 175th anniversary celebration — Barbara Wilson was formally...

New UI disability research center approved by Iowa Board of Regents

The University of Iowa will focus clinical research efforts on intellectual and developmental disabilities in a new research center. A proposal was approved Wednesday by...

Richard O. Jacobson Foundation gifts $70 million to University of Iowa for patient care...

The Richard O. Jacobson Foundation has committed a $70 million gift to the University of Iowa to support a new patient care building for...
University of Iowa

Not better off

When Bruce Harreld was hired as the president of the University of Iowa in 2015 after an unconventional selection process, we wrote in this space that he was the right person for the job at the right time. We were wrong.

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