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FALL 2004
Volume 48, Number 1

IN THIS ISSUE

Beyond registration: Academic advisers help students take stock of opportunities at Iowa

It's all about letting go: A letter from the Parents Association president

Still time to register for Family Weekend fun

In their own words: Students speak out on what makes Iowa professors great

Teaching Matters

Crazy for Kinnick: Stadium Saturdays a part of student experience for 75 years

Global Conversation: Kannada, Arabic join Iowa's language offerings

The provost's perspective: Former Hawkeye returns to consider the undergraduate experience

A Place of Honor

Parent Times Briefs

Important Dates

University Calendar

 


The University of Iowa

A place of honor

Four students gathered around a game board in a lounge
 

This past June, the Blank Honors Center officially opened on Iowa’s campus, west of Daum Residence Hall, along the T. Anne Cleary Walkway. Students at left are taking advantage of the new location to study, participate in Honors Program activities, and socialize with other students. For more information about the Honors Program, see www.uiowa.edu/~honors.

In addition to the Honors Program, the building is home to the Belin-Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development.

By bringing the Honors Center and Belin-Blank Center together, The University of Iowa has become one of the first schools in the nation to offer in one place programs, services, and support for academically gifted and talented students from kindergarten through college.

 

 

 
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