PART I. GOVERNANCE
CHAPTER 2: THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
2.1 Purpose and Mission
2.2 Tax Information
2.3 Organizational Charts and Mission Statements
2.4 The President
2.5 The Executive Vice President and Provost; Vice Presidents; and General Counsel
2.6 The Director of The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
2.7 The Deans
2.1 PURPOSE AND MISSION.
a. Aspiration. The University of Iowa aspires to attract the most talented faculty, staff, and students; to provide an environment where they can discover and fulfill their potential; and thereby to realize its promise, which is to become one of the ten most distinguished public universities in the country.
2.2 TAX INFORMATION.
2.3 ORGANIZATIONAL CHARTS AND MISSION STATEMENTS.
(The institution's aspiration originated with the University Self-Study Committee and was first iterated in Building on Strength, the 1987 report prepared for the University's re-accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Universities. The Self-Study Committee ... "strongly reaffirmed" the commitment. In the 1995-2000, 2000-2005, and 2005-2010 strategic plans, the University has continued to express confidence in the motivational value of the University's bold and lofty Aspiration.)
c. Core Values. In planning, setting priorities, and carrying out every aspect of its mission, The University of Iowa is guided by seven interdependent commitments:
(1) To create a University experience that enriches the lives of undergraduates and helps them to become well-informed individuals, lifelong learners, engaged citizens, and productive employees and employers.
(2) To cultivate excellent graduate and professional programs, and to advance the research and scholarly enterprise.
(3) To promote excellence in education by increasing the diversity of the faculty, staff, and students.
(4) To strengthen the University's intellectual and community vitality.
(5) To broaden the University's service mission to include stronger partnerships with public constituencies.
The University of Iowa is a community of faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends who seek to advance knowledge and foster learning across a broad range of academic endeavors. So that learning and creative expression may flourish, the University takes seriously its obligation to protect academic freedom and free expression; maintain a safe, supportive, healthy, and humane environment; and nourish a system of collaborative decision making based on mutual respect and shared governance. Because diversity, broadly defined, advances its mission of teaching, research, and service, the University is dedicated to an inclusive community in which people of different cultural, national, individual, and academic backgrounds encounter one another in a spirit of cooperation, openness, and shared appreciation.
(6) Respect, and
The University recognizes its accountability to the people of Iowa and the need to exercise responsible stewardship over the intellectual and material resources entrusted to it, including the need to direct those resources to programs and initiatives that are central to the University's core mission. In all that it does, the University measures itself by exacting standards, promotes continuous improvement, honors excellence and high aspiration, and holds its community as a whole to the highest degree of honesty, fairness, and personal integrity.
a. UIHC Mission. The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, in compliance with the Code of Iowa, serves as the teaching hospital and comprehensive health care center for the State of Iowa, thereby promoting the health of the citizens of Iowa. The UIHC, in concert with The University of Iowa health science colleges, functions in support of health care professionals and organizations in Iowa and other states by: 1) offering a broad spectrum of clinical services to all patients cared for within the Center and through its outreach programs; 2) serving as the primary teaching hospital for the University; and 3) providing a base for innovative research to improve health care. (See also IC 263.18-23.)
2.3(13) Center for Disabilities and Development Mission.
(See IC 263.9-13.)
2.3(14) Psychiatric Hospital Mission.
(See IC 225.)
2.3(15) State Hygienic Laboratory Mission.
(See IC 263.7.)
2.3(16) Oakdale Campus.
(See IC 271.)
2.3(17) State Archaeologist Mission.
(See IC 263B.)
2.3(18) Center for Agricultural Health and Safety.
(See IC 262.78.)
2.3(19) Center for Health Effects of Environmental Contamination.
(See IC 263.)
2.3(20) International Center for Talented and Gifted Education.
(See IC 263.8A.)
2.3(21) Child Behavior and Development Institute.
(See IC 263.5.)
2.3(22) Organizational Charts of Colleges.
2.5 THE EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND PROVOST; VICE PRESIDENTS; AND GENERAL COUNSEL.
2.6 THE DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA HOSPITALS AND CLINICS.
2.7 THE DEANS.
2.4 THE PRESIDENT.
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