Higher education

Former University of Iowa athletics official’s injunction request goes before judge

A Polk County judge will decide before Sept. 9 whether to grant an injunction halting the University of Iowa's plans to terminate a former athletics o ...

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University of Iowa police talk bias, justice

IOWA CITY - A thin line can separate black and blue - namely black members of a community and the law enforcement officers who police it.Walking that ...

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Iowa regents name members of UNI president search committee

Regents President Pro Tem Katie Mulholland and UNI business professor Daniel Power, Co-chairsSusie Baker, AFSCME Iowa Council 61 executive vice presid ...

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Kirkwood offering management, staff training

Kirkwood Community College will kick off the Business Partners Training Consortium on Sept. 15, which is focused on improving management and staff ski ...

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Regents look to sell Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School campus for $1

The Iowa Board of Regents is considering selling its Vinton-based Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School campus to the city in which it sits for $1.But ...

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First day back, Iowa universities share work toward inclusion, safety

IOWA CITY - At the close of the last University of Iowa school year, the community was astounded by a widely-publicized hate-crime report that turned ...

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Coe students ring in the new school year

CEDAR RAPIDS - The first day of orientation for Sean Connolly, like other incoming students at Coe College, is a mixture of nerves and excitement.#x20 ...

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Vilsack: University of Iowa med school lags in teaching about opioid abuse

IOWA CITY - Speaking Friday to University of Iowa medical students, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack scolded the institution for not doing en ...

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Federal government again denies University of Iowa request in gender equity inquiry

IOWA CITY - The federal government has again denied the University of Iowa's request to make public a gender equity complaint filed last fall against ...

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University of Iowa expands Nite Ride to men

IOWA CITY - A University of Iowa service that gives free, late-night rides to thousands of women a year in the interest of safety will now allow men o ...

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University of Iowa Hospital’s previous food contract ruled secret

IOWA CITY - The Iowa Court of Appeals reversed a Johnson County District Court decision that would have required the University of Iowa Hospitals and ...

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UI move-in day reminiscent of past, sprinkled with new

IOWA CITY - A sense of d#xe9;j#xe0; vu flooded Iowa City on Wednesday as waves of new students pulled up to residence halls with truckloads of plastic ...

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Regents expect to hire new University of Northern Iowa president by early December

The Board of Regents intends to publicly introduce finalists for the University of Northern Iowa presidency by late November or early December and the ...

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University of Iowa expects more transgender residents

IOWA CITY - Thousands of students this week are moving into campus housing at Iowa's public universities - including about 6,800 at University of Iowa ...

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Senators demand regents explain how University of Northern Iowa president search will be different

A trio of state lawmakers has sent a letter to the Board of Regents expressing concern with its upcoming search for a new University of Northern Iowa ...

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