Campus Voices Archive

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    Introducing Iowa Now

    Later this month, the University of Iowa debuts a brand-new platform for telling our story—and a brand-new philosophy for taking that story directly to our varied and widespread audiences.

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    University staff and faculty often are asked for their expert opinions on a variety of topics. Check out who's been in the news lately...

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  • Peter Feldstein's photograph adorns the interior of the new College of Public Health Building

    Spectator: Iowans as art

    When planners commissioned UI Professor Emeritus Peter Feldstein to create artwork for the new College of Public Health facility, he decided to “soften” the building’s interior with images of ordinary Iowans.

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    English professor explores books as works of art

    Garrett Stewart "couldn’t think in 3-D," dashing dreams of architecture. He turned to English—his life’s work ever since. Stewart will deliver the 2012 presidential lecture, discussing books as works of art.

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    University staff and faculty often are asked for their expert opinions on a variety of topics. Check out who's been in the news lately...

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  • Diversity training in North Hall. Photo by Tim Schoon.

    Living their life’s work in diversity roles

    The life paths of Lindsay Jarratt and Jacquett Wade have crossed at the UI, where they bring their personal and professional expertise and energy together as the new diversity resource coordinators.

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    Mason celebrates an autumn of achievement

    With the holiday season upon us, University of Iowa President Sally Mason reflects on the fall semester and the stellar achievements of UI faculty, staff, and students.

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    University staff and faculty often are asked for their expert opinions on a variety of topics. Check out who's been in the news lately...

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    Nebraska chancellor introduces his university

    With the inaugural Heroes Game in Lincoln, Neb., just days away, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Chancellor Harvey Perlman introduces his campus to the University of Iowa community.

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  • Kevin Leicht, sociology professor

    Meet our election experts: Kevin Leicht, Sociology

    Kevin Leicht enjoys studying the middle class because he's a product of it. He speaks about how the state of the middle class will affect the 2012 election.

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