Friday, September 21

Gilman Scholarship Info Session

@ University Capitol Centre

Please join International Programs for one of several information sessions to discuss the process of applying for a Gilman Scholarship. Continue reading

International Writing Program (IWP) Pane...

@ Iowa City Public Library

Join the community conversation over free pizza, with Ida Cordelia Beam Visiting Guest Chris Abani and IWP Fall Residents Huang Chong-Kai (Taiwan), Amara Okolo (Nigeria), Takiguchi Yusho (Japan), Yamila Begné (Argentina) discussing "WORKING-IN-PROGRESS":
How does one know where to... Continue reading

Fall Bike Check Up

@ University of Iowa Main L...

Join UI Bike Friends, UI Parking and Transportation, UI Police and UI Student Health for a free bike checkup free from 2 to 4 p. m. Continue reading

Reading by Special Guest & Writer Chris ...

@ Dey House

*Location Change* - due to high interest, this event has been moved to the Frank Conroy Reading Room at the Writers’ Workshop Dey House, 507 N. Clinton St. Continue reading

Live from Prairie Lights: Kim Brooks in ...

@ Prairie Lights Books

Iowa Writers’ Workshop graduate Kim Brooks will talk about her new book, Small Animals: Parenthood in an Age of Fear, in conversation with Kevin Clouther. Continue reading

Student life at iowa

2019 Finkbine Award Recipients

University of Iowa students, faculty, staff, and alumni received some of the institution’s highest honors on April 23 at the 102nd Finkbine Dinner. UI President Bruce Harreld and Vice President for Student Life Melissa Shivers presented the Hancher-Finkbine Medallions and Distinguished Student Leader certificates.

Posted Jun 19

Looking Back on Leadership: Sia Tortorelis

Sia Tortorelis is a 2019 spring graduate from Edina, Minnesota. She majored in biology and was involved with Alpha Chi Omega, Orthodox Christian Fellowship, College of Education student ambassadors, and UI Gardeners.

Posted May 20

Looking Back on Leadership: Gage Miskimen

Gage Miskimen served as the 2018-19 editor-in-chief of The Daily Iowan, an award-winning newspaper. Miskimen is from Marion, Iowa and graduated this spring with degrees in journalism and mass communications and cinematic arts.

Posted May 17

Looking Back on Leadership: Hira Mustafa

Hira Mustafa graduated on May 11th with degrees in ethics and public policy and business, with a philosophy minor. Mustafa is originally from West Des Moines, Iowa and recently finished serving as the undergraduate student body president of The University of Iowa.

Posted May 17

Looking Back on Leadership: Amanda Cvitko Quinteiro

Amanda is a recent UI graduate originally from Porto Alegre, Brazil. In the spring of 2019, she received her degree in psychology and wrapped up her term the president of Transfers Leading Change.

Posted May 17

EPX Studio: Designing a Future in Gaming

"Where game designers meet. " This slogan summarizes what the EPX Studio student organization is all about. When they're not building video games or working on other media projects, EPX Studio focuses on uplifting its members by connecting them with industry professionals and like-minded students.

Posted Apr 9

Active Minds on a Mission: Talking About Mental Health

The University of Iowa chapter of Active Minds is a student-run group on a mission to expand the conversation surrounding mental health on campus. Over the last four years they have partnered with numerous organizations to broaden their reach and make sure that every Hawkeye knows they are supported.

Posted Apr 3

Wellness (and the UI) Wins with Fresh Check Day

The University of Iowa’s Fresh Check Day — an event focused on campus mental health — won national recognition this year for being among the nation’s best. Rising to the top out of 145 other universities, the UI’s event won the 2018 Outstanding Fresh Check Day Campus award.

Posted Mar 28

How Adriana Petersen learned to STRETCH herself in leadership roles on campus

The Iowa Challenge defines "stretch" as follows: "At Iowa, you will find a diversity of people, ideas, opportunities, and experiences. That diversity is one of the benefits of being an Iowa student.

Posted Mar 26

How community involvement helped Adam Goedken change his perspective on SERVING

The Iowa Challenge defines "serve" as follows: "As an Iowa student, you are a member of many communities, on and off the campus. You have the opportunity and the responsibility to be a good neighbor and citizen, and to serve the community.

Posted Mar 26