Higher education

Student group sues University of Iowa over allegations it rejected a gay student

IOWA CITY - A now-defunct Christian-based University of Iowa student organization is suing the school for deregistering it after a member said he was ...

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Integrated health system lures new University of Iowa medical leader

IOWA CITY - This country's health care industry is in a state of unrest, creating turbulence that's reached the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clini ...

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Iowa district court judge sides with regents in nurse union lawsuit

A district court judge has sided with the Iowa Board of Regents in a lawsuit accusing it of breaking the law by not recognizing a contractual agreemen ...

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Kirkwood Community College to name new president Thursday

Cedar Rapids' 51-year-old Kirkwood Community College on Thursday will announce its selection for who will succeed outgoing President Mick Starcevich a ...

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Regents weighing 111 sabbaticals for Iowa university faculty, costing $582,000

Many faculty across Iowa's public universities view the opportunity to take a break from teaching to focus on research, writing or creating as a prime ...

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Iowa higher education braces for tax overhaul consequences

Changes from Washington are coming to Iowa's higher education institutions and those they serve, and campuses are bracing for - if not protesting - th ...

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New University of Iowa medical leader optimistic in face of unknown

IOWA CITY - Dominating the vista from walls of windows in a Kinnick Stadium press box, an illuminated University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospi ...

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Regents approve University of Northern Iowa paying $2.4M for bookstore

A request from the University of Northern Iowa to pay $2.4 million for a privately owned bookstore that has been serving its Cedar Falls campus for 80 ...

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University of Iowa to honor donors with UI Stanley Museum of Art renaming

The University of Iowa will name a new home for its renowned, nearly 50-year-old art museum for Dick and Mary Jo Stanley of Muscatine, who have commit ...

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Job overseeing University of Iowa’s vast nursing staff still open

IOWA CITY - After spending more than $140,000 on a consultant and 18 months of searching, the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics has yet to hire ...

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Hundreds take advantage of University of Iowa food pantry

IOWA CITY - One plastic grocery sack of peanut butter, canned mandarin oranges, apple juice and even carrot juice makes a big difference for Ericka Ba ...

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Iowa State Vice President Kurtenbach, picked without a search, resigns post

The Iowa State University vice president who has been leading #x201c;perhaps the largest IT initiative#x201d; in school history but came under fire fo ...

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University of Iowa dropping summer school aid after state cuts

IOWA CITY - The University of Iowa, in response to deep cuts in state aid, is dropping a popular summer-school financial aid program aimed at helping ...

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Two of 26 University of Iowa Greek chapters plan parties to test alcohol rules

IOWA CITY - One sorority and one fraternity out of 26 eligible University of Iowa Greek chapters have asked to hold parties with alcohol this weekend ...

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‘An all-out war on higher education’ Iowa university presidents pen letter, students protest against tax-reform bill

IOWA CITY - Higher education-related provisions in the House version of a federal tax reform bill have incited student protests and prompted Iowa's pu ...

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