The University of Iowa Athletics Department “appears to be in compliance with Title IX’s equitable treatment provisions,” according to the first annual report produced by a compliance monitor the university was required to obtain last year as part of a settled Title IX lawsuit.
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University of Iowa Health Care leaders recently notified employees that nurses in the coming weeks will face “some of the most challenging” staffing to date – warning, specifically, that nurses in some units at times will have to take on five patients.
A study published Aug. 18 in the prestigious Nature Genetics journal identified 60 genes that contribute to autism largely via inherited genes from parents who don’t have autism or cognitive differences – including five never before implicated in the condition.
In its 55th year, the University of Iowa’s International Writing Program this fall – following a two-year hiatus from its traditional format – welcomed back to campus 33 established and accomplished authors from the likes of Bangladesh, Sweden, Mexico, Palestine, Ethiopia, Poland, and Barbados.
But former players suing them for discrimination, retaliation, and systemic racial hostility are firing back – accusing the coaches of dodging, delaying, and hiding behind attorneys to avoid producing court-compelled records and participating in the legal process.
An assessment of new U.S. News & World Report rankings out Monday – along with several metrics used to decide them – indicates the University of Iowa and Iowa State University fall below their Board of Regents-assigned peers in many categories, except one key measure: acceptance rate.
Although University of Iowa held steady at its overall national rank of No. 83 in U.S. News & World Report’s new “2022-2023 Best Colleges” assessment out Monday, the campus surged past a string of Ivy League schools on its list of best writing programs to claim the No. 2 spot in the country.
Over the next five budget years, the University of Iowa and its health care enterprise plan to spend more than $1.4 billion on new construction and renovations – including $620.9 million on a new inpatient hospital tower and $212 million on a new “modern health care research facility.”
A decade after the University of Iowa could last call itself the largest higher education institution in the state, UI this fall has reclaimed that distinction – reporting higher total enrollment than Iowa State University for the first time since 2012.