University of Central Florida Provost and Executive Vice President Dale Whittaker - who last week told the Iowa State University community he wants to serve as its president, in part, because of its promising position to address global problems - has dr ... »
CEDAR FALLS - A group of laborers in a variety of construction trades is imploring the Board of Regents not to hire Knutson Construction Services for any projects while the University of Iowa presses a lawsuit against the company for what it asserts was ... »
CEDAR FALLS - As predicted, the Board of Regents on Thursday chose Chief Operating Officer Mark Braun to fill its vacant executive director job, agreeing to supplement the position's state-imposed salary cap of $154,300 with a $185,000 incentive.
After ending the last budget year with an operating income nearly 50 percent under budget and starting the new budget year with a $7.2 million deficit, the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics is reporting two positive months and optimism of a bounc ... »
Iowa's Board of Regents is considering nixing a mandate that all accreditation reports affirming university programs meet national standards come before one of its committees and thus be included on regular meeting agendas.
Instead of sending all ... »
After nearly two decades in the Iowa Board of Regents system - including stints as a University of Iowa lobbyist, chief of staff, and vice president - Mark Braun is the sole finalist to become the board's next executive director.
The nine-member v ... »
IOWA CITY - Five months have passed since the University of Iowa announced plans to review its employment practices after losing a high-profile discrimination case against its athletics department, but the institution has not yet hired a firm to conduct ... »
In arguing for a bigger slice of the state's funding pie, Iowa's public universities have painted themselves as economic engines that launch companies, create jobs, generate resources for scientific exploration and monetize research.
A new Board o ... »
IOWA CITY - An internationally known AIDS researcher from Minnesota will be the University of Iowa's next vice president for medical affairs, leading the UI's $1.4 billion-a-year health care engine.
J. Brooks Jackson, 64, vice president for health ... »