Cornell College economics and business graduates who meet certain GPA standards now have a seamless path to attaining a master’s thanks to a novel partnership between Mount Vernon’s private liberal arts institution and Iowa State University.
Articles Tagged: Iowa State University
Higher Ed Apr. 8, 2022 3:21 pm420d ago
Massive losses in international enrollment have decimated the University of Iowa’s need for English as a Second Language services – compelling big cuts.
Higher Ed Apr. 4, 2022 10:17 am424d ago
After three attempts in four years to eliminate through legislative action academic tenure across Iowa’s public universities, lawmakers this year didn’t propose such a measure.
Higher Ed Mar. 31, 2022 4:58 pm428d ago
For the first time since the Board of Regents in 2016 scolded Iowa’s public universities for their regular and — at times significant — annual room and board rate hikes, Iowa State University and University of Iowa are proposing residence system rate increases for next year reaching 3 percent.
Higher Ed Mar. 29, 2022 10:41 am430d ago
As competition for domestic and international students surges following pandemic-propelled enrollment losses, U.S. News & World Report’s oft-cited rankings continue to hold weight – including for Iowa’s public universities, which in new 2023 graduate program lists out Tuesday slipped in some areas and made gains in others.
Higher Ed Mar. 28, 2022 5:07 pm431d ago
Fewer international students have been enrolling in Iowa’s public universities for years – even before COVID-19 locked down travel and crippled the campus’ global reach – and lawmakers on Monday probed the Board of Regents for an answer to why.
Higher Ed Mar. 22, 2022 5:34 pm437d ago
Instead of granting the Board of Regents’ ask for an additional $15 million in general education appropriations for the 2023 budget year – bringing the state’s total regents higher-ed allocation to $501 million – the House has suggested keeping gen-ed funding flat while putting $12 million into a new “Iowa Workforce Grant and Incentive Program.”
Iowa State Wrestling Mar. 15, 2022 4:09 pm444d ago
8th-seeded Cyclone senior also has high expectations at tournament in Detroit this weekend
Higher Ed Mar. 4, 2022 5:42 pm455d ago
Iowa’s public universities in recent years have drifted farther from a target of one supervisor per 15 employees to a narrower ratio of one supervisor per nine or 10 subordinates, according to a new Board of Regents report.
Agriculture Mar. 3, 2022 7:13 am457d ago
Red grape varieties developed to survive Iowa’s harsh winters have low levels of tannins, which help prevent oxidation. Aude Watrelot, an Iowa State University enologist, is studying native reds in Iowa to develop best practices for winemakers.
Higher Ed Feb. 28, 2022 10:27 am459d ago
The pandemic depleted resources across Iowa’s public university residence hall systems in the last budget year – to the tune of millions – and even though the campuses are back to mostly in-person classes and traditional operations, fallout for the dorms and dining halls continues.
Pat Kinney - Iowa Watch
Local Government Feb. 25, 2022 12:36 pm462d ago
Iowa State University studies why people in certain ‘declining’ cities love their city, their quality of life
Higher Ed Feb. 24, 2022 2:42 pm463d ago
A quarter of students across Iowa’s public universities who responded to a free-speech survey in the fall disagreed with the notion their respective campuses provide an “environment for free and open expression of ideas, opinions, and beliefs.”
Higher Ed Feb. 18, 2022 4:40 pm469d ago
Marking its 50th year helping at one of the biggest high school events in the state, Iowa State’s Athletic Training Program this weekend sent more than 30 students to Des Moines – plus three of its 15 certified athletic trainers.
Higher Ed Feb. 17, 2022 3:34 pm470d ago
The percent of students attending Iowa’s public universities who graduate in four years is rising, as is the percent who graduate in six years. At the same time, the collective rate of freshman who returned in fall 2020 for a second year dropped — a likely result of the pandemic, officials report.