University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics appears on the U.S. News & World Report “Best Hospitals in America” listing for the 20th time in 20 years.
The University of Iowa revived an old tradition with a convocation celebration on the Pentacrest during Welcome Week.
The University enrolled 2,421 international students in the fall 2009 semester, representing a 10.5 percent increase from the previous fall.
Ignacio Ponseti, whose pioneering nonsurgical clubfoot treatment helped thousands of children worldwide, died following a sudden illness. He was 95.
International Programs launches WorldCanvass, a new monthly television and radio series featuring innovative thinkers from all parts of the UI campus.
The University was designated the state’s first Tree Campus USA institution for its excellence in tree stewardship and student and community involvement in these efforts.
The Hawkeyes stung the Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech University in the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl. It marked the team’s first Bowl Championship Series victory.
UI students raised $1,058,658 during the 16th annual UI Dance Marathon, marking the third consecutive year the event topped the $1 million mark.
Barack Obama discussed the new health insurance reform legislation passed by Congress during a speech on the University of Iowa campus.
The Museum of Natural History marked the 25th anniversary of the opening of Iowa Hall, a vital educational resource for the University and the community.
The State Hygienic Laboratory at The University of Iowa held dedication ceremonies for its new building on the UI Research Park Campus in Coralville.
A UI professor and student journalists launched the Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism, a nonpartisan news group that will publish investigative and explanatory reports.