Higher education

Proposed bill could tighten regents’ bidding rules

IOWA CITY — When the Board of Regents decided this month to go ahead with a $95 million residence hall at the University of Iowa, it turned ... »

University of Iowa hospitals ranks among nation’s best employers

IOWA CITY — Forbes this week unveiled its 2015 list of America’s best employers, and the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics ran ... »

Board of Regents to consider Jean Robillard as interim president of University of Iowa

IOWA CITY — In addition to leading the University of Iowa Health Care system and a search committee for the next UI president, Jean E. Robil ... »

AIB student body shrinks

When Des Moines’ AIB College of Business began its spring term this month — following the first break after announcing plans to close ... »

Iowa scientists take on more 'God particle' research

IOWA CITY — After aiding in discovery of the “God particle” that scientists say could unlock mysteries shrouding the origins of t ... »

'Stakes go up' for university tech security

CEDAR FALLS — One year ago, after filing their tax returns, hundreds of University of Northern Iowa employees received error messages. Their ... »

Gallery: Match Day 2015

IOWA CITY — Fourth-year medical students at the University of Iowa’s Carver College of Medicine join thousands of their peers from around the world in learning where they will spend the next four years of their medical careers.

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Emails made public by Board of Regents dwindling

In 2007, the year Iowa’s Board of Regents created a new policy that all email exchanges involving five or more regents would proactively be ... »

University officials tell lawmakers no ‘fee explosion’ during tuition freeze

DES MOINES — After hearing from university officials, Iowa lawmakers appear satisfied that a “fee explosion” some legislators ... »

Coe alum recalls fraternity’s battle for equity

Greek life was not part of Tim Mauldin’s higher education plan when he arrived on Cedar Rapids’ Coe College campus in 1965.

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UI’s star painting set to embark on European tour

The most important piece in the University of Iowa’s art collection, the massive 1943 masterpiece lost its permanent home at the UI Museum o ... »

Iowa cancer researchers expect slight dip in cases

IOWA CITY — Iowa is expecting a slight dip in cancer diagnoses this year, mostly due to recent advice against routine screening for prostate ... »

University of Iowa law school responds to concerns around LSAT exception

IOWA CITY — A new University of Iowa College of Law program allowing academically successful students to apply for admission without taking ... »

Search committee for University of Iowa president to begin meeting this month

A 21-person committee convened to search for the next University of Iowa president will meet for the first time March 25 in hopes of identifying th ... »

University of Iowa four-year graduation rates remain over 50 percent for second year

IOWA CITY — The University of Iowa’s four-year graduation rate remains above 50 percent, which it achieved for the first time in rece ... »