When interviewing, Caroline Stefanie Clay was told, “Should you get the position, you would be the first African American female — women of color — to have a full-time tenure track position within the 70-year history of the department.”
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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.
All the talk of sending more people into the weightless expanse above Earth has NASA thinking more intentionally about the risk of cancer-causing radiation exposure to astronauts; what constitutes an acceptable level; how to communicate risks; and when and how to take them.
“Even if I identify myself as an Iowan, I lack the sense of permanence and security” because she was 4-months-old when her parents brought her from India to Iowa City so they could attend the UI, Pareen Mhatre told members of Congress Thursday.