The project is a partnership between the city of Waterloo and the Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities, a program of the UI Office of Outreach and Engagement.
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A new study out of the University of Iowa has found that use of remdesivir, used to treat COVID-19, had no impact on patient’s survival rates. However, the lead researcher says data shows patients who received remdesivir were more likely to stay in the hospital for a longer period of time than those who did not receive the antiviral drug.
With the full 2021 budget year now wrapped, University of Iowa Athletics has confirmed no contracted football coaches – including head coach Kirk Ferentz – participated in voluntary salary reductions announced a year ago in light of COVID-19 losses the department projected to be devastating and justifying of its decision to eliminate several Hawkeye sports and take a $50 million loan from the main campus.
After nearly four years fighting certain religious student organizations on its campus over who can and can’t be leaders, the University of Iowa on Friday lost again in federal court – with a panel of U.S. appellate judges blasting the institution for viewpoint discrimination.
Overnight Wednesday, the University of Iowa updated its Office of the President website to reflect its new leadership — presenting Barbara Wilson as its 22nd president. On Thursday, she officially took the helm, promising to usher in a “new era of excellence” for the Hawkeyes.
Since putting into an endowment $985.9 million of the $1.165 billion it received in an upfront payment as part of a 50-year deal to let a private collaborative operate its utilities system, the University of Iowa’s P3 investment fund has increased $139.9 million, officials told The Gazette.