Events tagged as "Advantage Iowa Scholars":

Walk for Wishes

UI Wishmakers together with Chi Omega and Make-A-Wish Iowa are partnering together for a day to raise money to grant a wish in Iowa! All proceeds will go to... Continue reading

Faces of Iowa Through the Early Lens

@ Old Capitol Museum

In the mid 1800s Iowa City, along with the rest of the state and nation, saw a boom in commercial studio photography. Continue reading

Iowa Hawkapellas Spring Concert

@ Petersen Residence Hall

Join the Iowa Hawkapellas for an afternoon of acapella! We'll be putting together a concert to showcase all we've been working on the past semester. Continue reading

National Geographic Photo Ark

@ Old Capitol Museum

The interaction between animals and their environments is the engine that keeps the planet healthy for all of us.But for many species, time is running out. Continue reading

Family Feud

@ Petersen Residence Hall

Come join BSU and YGB LLC for a trivia night of full of fun and fellowship. Continue reading

Comedian Kate Berlant

@ Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)

Stand-up comedian and writer who was profiled by The New York Times as a “magnetic improvisational comic” at the forefront of experimental comedy. Continue reading

Lecture Commitee Presents: Joe Russo

@ The Englert

The University Lecture Committee is proud to welcome UI alum and Avengers: Infinity War co-director Joe Russo to Iowa City on Monday, April 30—just three days after the latest movie... Continue reading

Make and Take: Grow Your Own Flower

@ Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)

Want to try your hand at keeping something alive? Then stop by and get your own planter, dirt, and flower seeds!. Continue reading

Spring 2018 Undergraduate Philosophy Col...

@ English-Philosophy Buildi...

The Department of Philosophy invites all Iowa City community members for an evening of philosophical conversation at the. Continue reading

Trumpet Blossom Cafe: Hancher Culinary A...

@ Hancher Auditorium

Trumpet Blossom Cafe creates plant-based comfort food that reflects the season, respects the land, and is truly sustainable using organic ingredients and making dishes from scratch. Continue reading

Hawkeye Lunch & Learn: Art of Collaborat...

@ Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)

You are invited to the upcoming Hawkeye Lunch & Learn lecture titled Art of Collaboration - Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, presented by Teresa Mangum, Professor and Director of the... Continue reading

Science on Tap: Opioid Ideas Lab

@ Hancher Auditorium

The Office of Vice President for Research and Economic Development’s Research Development Office is spearheading a three-day ideation and team formation activity in April called an Ideas Lab. Continue reading

Free Coral Ridge Bus Ride

University of Iowa Student Government (UISG) supports free rides on Thursday and Friday nights for UI students to and from the Coral Ridge Mall in Coralville. Continue reading

2nd Annual Frolic Day

- @ Hubbard Park

Take a break from studying for finals and celebrate Frolic Days dating back to the early 1900's, bring your friends and share in traditional games, free food and music. Continue reading

Old Gold A Cappella: Spring Concert

@ The Englert

Come one, come all! Old Gold A Cappella has been working to make a fun, musical night for all right before finals. Continue reading

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

@ Hancher Auditorium

Riccardo Muti, Zell Music Director
Semyon Bychkov, conductor
Katia & Marielle Labèque, piano. Continue reading

Hawkeye Lunch & Learn: Art of Collaborat...

@ John and Mary Pappajohn E...

You are invited to the upcoming Hawkeye Lunch & Learn lecture titled Art of Collaboration - Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, presented by Teresa Mangum, Professor and Director of the... Continue reading

Black Excellence Graduation 2018

@ Carver-Hawkeye Arena

Calling all Graduates! The Black Graduation Ceremony is a pre-commencement celebration to honor African and African American students who through determination have successfully completed an undergraduate or graduate degree from... Continue reading

Experimenting with Cyanotypes!

@ Old Capitol Museum

In conjunction with the Old Capitol Museum's current exhibit, Faces of Iowa through the Early Lens, we invite you to explore early Iowa City photography history by experimenting with cyanotypes!... Continue reading

Volunteer Fair & Blood Drive

@ Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)

Attend the Fall UI Volunteer Fair & Blood Drive to connect with local nonprofit organizations and find meaningful ways to engage with our community! You will have a great... Continue reading

Suit Up

JCPenney is partnering with University of Iowa to offer career wear up to 70 percent off. Continue reading

Eastern Iowa Miles for Myeloma

Join us for the sixth annual Eastern Iowa Miles for Myeloma Walk/Run. Continue reading

Student life at iowa

AJ Smith developed a diverse set of experiences through five different student organizations

April 4, 2018

AJ Smith is a freshman studying Economics with minors in Criminology, Psychology, and a Certificate in International Business. Smith also serves as a UISG senator, as well as four other student organizations on campus. The Iowa Challenge asks students to engage: get involved and be a leader.How do you Engage... Continue Reading

Nathen Spitz volunteers for the kids of Dance Marathon as Hospital Chair

February 2, 2018

Nathen Spitz is a junior studying psychology on the pre-medicine track, and serves as Hospital Co-Chair for Dance Marathon. Dance Marathon is a UI student organization dedicated to raising money for and supporting pediatric cancer patients and their families. Continue Reading

Katie Wang collaborates with Tippie Senate student leaders to instigate change

February 2, 2018

Katie Wang is a sophomore studying Marketing and Journalism, and a member of Tippie Senate. The Iowa Challenge asks students to excel: set high standards and push yourself academically.How do you Excel at Iowa?I Excel at Iowa through my involvement in Tippie Senate, the student advisory board within the college... Continue Reading

Working with college students perfect fit for social justice advocate

February 2, 2018

Hunter Gillaspie found academic and social support through the queer-inclusive fraternity Delta Lambda Phi

January 1, 2018

Hunter Gillaspie is a senior studying Arts and Ethics & Public Policy, and a member of Delta Lambda Phi. The Iowa Challenge asks students to stretch: learn from diverse people, ideas, and experiences.How do you Stretch at Iowa? I Stretch at Iowa by getting as involved as I can with... Continue Reading