AIB weighed finances, legacy in University of Iowa merger

IOWA CITY — In deciding whether to give their 20-acre campus valued at $21.5 million to the University of Iowa and end a 94-year run as a pr ... »

Enrollment in Iowa’s public schools up this year

DES MOINES — Fall enrollment at Iowa’s 338 school districts increased for the fourth straight year, with 480,772 students across Iowa ... »

Iowa State Treasurer Fitzgerald relieved with 529 plan reversal

DES MOINES — State Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald, one of President Barack Obama’s earliest backers and top allies in Iowa, breathed a ... »

Trustees: AIB athletics to end with University of Iowa merger

IOWA CITY — As part of a proposal to convey the AIB College of Business campus in Des Moines to the University of Iowa, AIB athletics ȁ ... »

STEM Festival to showcase career paths Feb. 24

The STEM Festival plans to take over the entire Cedar Rapids Public Library on February 24, with a career festival that’s open to all area s ... »

Some AIB students concerned about merging with University of Iowa

DES MOINES — The merger between University of Iowa and AIB College of Business isn’t sitting well with some AIB students.

Some ... »

Ebola expert to speak at Coe College

Ebola may not dominate the headlines like it did over the summer, but that doesn’t mean the disease isn’t still a concern.

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Errant soccer ball causes 600-gallon leak at UI Campus Wellness Center

IOWA CITY — University of Iowa crews are continuing extensive cleanup and repair work in the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center after a p ... »

Iowa State target of federal sexual violence investigation

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is investigating whether Iowa State University “promptly and equitably ... »

Public offers input on next Cedar Rapids superintendent

Ensuring the success of underprivileged students, differentiating instruction and breaking out of the status quo should be among the top priorities ... »

New ‘regent admission index’ proposed for students without class rank

DES MOINES — The Board of Regents next week could approve a revised standard for assessing applicants to its public universities in cases wh ... »

Emails: University of Iowa asked outraged students to preview Mason’s apology

IOWA CITY — A group of University of Iowa students outraged by a Ku Klux Klan-robed sculpture erected on campus last month was allowed to re ... »

University of Iowa forming working groups to resolve AIB merger issues
University of Iowa forming working groups to resolve AIB merger issues

The University of Iowa on Thursday announced it's forming 10 working groups to address “key issues” involved ... »

International consortium may dissolve due to debt owed to Kirkwood

An international consortium hosted by Kirkwood Community College since 1998 may dissolve because of financial woes.

Kirkwood President Mick S ... »

Legislators not convinced new budget will help 2-year schools

DES MOINES — Board of Regents President Bruce Rastetter tried to allay lawmakers’ fears that rewarding public universities for enroll ... »

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