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University of Iowa campus in the winter

In the News: Vogelgesang offers wellness tips on how to thrive during the holidays

Monday, December 18, 2023
UI College of Education Clinical Associate Professor and Scanlan Center for School Mental Health Director of Professional Development Kari Vogelgesang provides tips on how centering values help you thrive during the holidays.
Josie Mbaye ( science education/environmental science major), a Diversity Ambassador Scholarship recipient

Studying abroad in Chile

Wednesday, December 13, 2023
A reflection piece by Josie Mbaye (science education/environmental science major), a Diversity Ambassador Scholarship recipient.
UI art education student Liv Plowman

Pandemic prompts Iowa student to pursue art passion

Tuesday, December 12, 2023
Despite switching majors early in her University of Iowa experience, Liv Plowman has no regrets. She is now looking forward to her first job as an elementary art teacher in rural Iowa.
Jessica Soria poses for a photo in the Lindquist Center.

Soria finds her path to helping profession through ESHR major

Tuesday, December 12, 2023
As a first-generation Latina student, Jessica Soria found her professional path through the Education Studies and Human Relations major. She is also the featured student speaker at the College of Education Undergraduate Commencement and Teacher Education Program Recognition Ceremony.
High school students operate robots as part of a STEM learning activity.

Study: diverse college classrooms linked to better STEM learning outcomes for all students

Tuesday, December 5, 2023
Students achieve better grades in college science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) courses when those classrooms have higher numbers of underrepresented racial-minority and first-generation college students, according to new research, co-authored by University of Iowa Higher Education and Student Affairs Professor Nicholas Bowman.
Faculty and staff sit around a table listening to a trainer in Kosovo.

Kosovo's public universities develop skills for curricular reform

Sunday, December 3, 2023
Kosovo's public universities are enhancing collaboration with industry leaders in the agriculture and Information Communications and Technology (ICT) sectors to align curriculum revisions with market demands.
Members of the Iowa Academy of Education pose for a photo. Top row left to right: Dan Clay (UI), Ann Gansemer-Topf (ISU), Pam Wesely (UI), Amanda Thein (UI), Liz Hollingworth (UI), Allison Bruhn (UI), Bob Reason (ISU). Second row left to right: Jeff Weld (UNI), Denise Crawford (ISU), Scott Ellison (UNI), David Hernandez (UNI), and Nick Bowman (UI)

UI’s Bruhn and Wesely inducted into Iowa Academy of Education

Wednesday, November 29, 2023
UI College of Education professors Allison Bruhn and Pamela Wesely were recently inducted into the Iowa Academy of Education. Membership to the academy is granted to those who show rigor and creativity in their scholarship. Inductees have outstanding scholarship related to teaching and learning.
Iowa City Pride Parade & Festival, June 17, 2023

Coleman garners national awards for ‘Banned Childhoods’ project

Tuesday, November 21, 2023
James Joshua (Josh) Coleman, assistant professor of English education, is the recipient of two Children’s Literature Assembly awards for his research on how activism challenges beliefs that ban LGBTQ+ children’s literature from libraries and schools.
Cassie Barnhardt stands in front of seated scholars around a table.

Iowa shares education analytics practices with colleagues from Kosovo's public universities

Monday, November 20, 2023
Staff from Kosovo's public universities are considering a new approach to embracing data with a series of education analytics training sessions provided by the University of Iowa as part of USAID's Private Sector Partnerships to Strengthen Higher Education Activity.
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Former Noyce scholars make an impact in Iowa’s high-needs schools

Wednesday, November 15, 2023
Meet two Noyce scholar recipients who are now working in classrooms. Mathematics education undergraduates may be eligible for the scholarship, which provides $13,000 per year for up to two years.