Just days after University of Iowa Athletics posted online its first court-ordered Title IX monitor report — required as part of a settlement with female student-athletes who sued UI for violating the federal civil rights law — their attorney wrote the monitor to raise concerns with his assessment.
Articles Tagged: University of Iowa
News Dec. 9, 2022 6:00 am109d ago
Large traveling exhibits and smaller pop-ups help take Black history, culture across Iowa and beyond
Sports Dec. 8, 2022 7:07 pm109d ago
This wrestling World Cup — featuring opening ceremonies Friday and wrestling all day Saturday and Sunday — is the first in history to combine the men’s and women’s tournaments, running matches side-by-side.
Higher Ed Dec. 7, 2022 11:23 am110d ago
Three years after stepping in as dean of the University of Iowa’s nationally-ranked College of Engineering, Harriet Nembhard is leaving to become president of a southern California liberal arts college specializing in science, engineering and math.
Iowa Football Dec. 6, 2022 1:38 pm111d ago
Of the 4,000 reserved total, season ticket holders had bought about 800 tickets as of 9:30 p.m. Monday, according to University of Iowa Athletics spokesman Steve Roe.
Iowa Football Dec. 5, 2022 5:23 pm112d ago
Less than 24 hours after bowl game executives unveiled the University of Iowa’s invite to this year’s Transperfect Music City Bowl in Nashville, the Hawkeye faithful were buying up travel packages that – for the first time in decades – don’t include a chartered flight option “due to the pilot shortage.”
Salaries Dec. 5, 2022 3:15 pm112d ago
Browse, sort or search University of Iowa employee salaries for fiscal year 2022. Total pay shown may include travel and subsistence reimbursement. Source: State of Iowa
Salaries Dec. 5, 2022 3:18 pm112d ago
Browse, sort or search University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics employee salaries for fiscal year 2022. Total pay shown may include travel and subsistence reimbursement.
Higher Ed Dec. 4, 2022 6:00 am114d ago
Adding to the growing list of construction and renovation projects University of Iowa Health Care is pursuing in and around its campus, UIHC now is asking an outside development team to design, plan and build it a new primary care medical office building in Iowa City. Competing hospitals are concerned, saying primary care needs in the area are already well-served.
Higher Ed Nov. 30, 2022 10:53 am117d ago
Construction of a new University of Iowa inpatient tower on its main hospitals and clinics campus — first unveiled in January as part of a 10-year master plan — is expected to start just two years from now in 2025.
Higher Ed Nov. 23, 2022 11:41 am124d ago
Speaking a different language in a health care setting can not only prevent patients from communicating aches and pains or doctors from relaying important medical news or instructions – it can keep people from seeking care altogether.
Higher Ed Nov. 22, 2022 12:07 pm125d ago
The adage never to talk religion or politics with family and friends — especially over dinner or the holidays — is getting harder to follow these days given those off-limits subjects increasingly are bleeding into topics historically deemed safer, like the cost of the turkey, the weather, or even Taylor Swift.
Sports Nov. 19, 2022 6:00 am129d ago
The athletic departments across Iowa’s public universities have spent more than a combined $7.3 million taking COVID-19 tests and other pandemic-related precautions and measures – expenses covered by their main campuses, athletics revenue or federal aid.
Art Nov. 20, 2022 4:36 pm127d ago
Circus, jewelry, metalsmithing, contemporary prints weave common local threads
Higher Ed Nov. 17, 2022 7:22 am130d ago
The University of Iowa is seeking help hiring temporary workers for its State Hygienic Lab that – like many other industries – is facing a labor shortage stretching its staff thin as it aims to process an average of 1,000 tests a day for things like COVID-19, newborn and maternal screenings, and tuberculosis.