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Rated Exceptional

The University of Iowa was rated "exceptional" in five categories in a survey of junior faculty members at 127 colleges by the Harvard-based collaborative. Iowa does have faculty-friendly policies, including an automatic one-year extension of the tenure clock when a new baby is born or adopted. But Thomas W. Rice, Iowa's associate provost, says the appeal of Iowa City—with its relaxed pace, highly regarded schools, and excellent medical care—may explain the high marks as much as anything else.

"You're happier with your employer if you're happy with the place you live," he says. "We're lucky that way."

-The Chronicle of Higher Education
July 24, 2011

UI Employees may view personal information, such as pay, benefits and leave, on the Human Resources Employee Self Service page.  New employees will receive a password shortly after starting employment with the University.


  • My Training (Employee Self Service/Personal/Learning and Development/My Training)
  • UI Learning and Development
  • Staff Professional Development Funding Application 
  • Lynda Online Training Library
  • MyQuickCoach The newest e-learning resource on campus is filled with short video lessons, articles and PDFs, and is a great resource for both personal and professional development.  MyQuickCoach can also be accessed from Employee Self Service.
  • Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

    New-hire and refresher sexual harassment prevention instructor led training is offered through UI Learning and Development.  Both online and instructor-led classes are available. 
    Training is mandatory for teaching assistants, post doctoral appointees, and all faculty and staff appointed at 50% or greater.  Training should be completed by
    • New Hires: within the first 6 months of employment 
    • New Supervisors: within the first two months of hire
    • TAs: an instructor led session should be completed within the first 8 weeks of the semester.

A refresher course of the Sexual Harassment Prevention Education training must be completed every three years from the date of the most recent training.

Sign up for classes in Employee Self Service under Personal/Sexual Harassment Prevention Edu. by selecting one of the following options:

  • Instructor Led Classes - Click on one of the offered courses to sign up to attend.
  • Online Classes - Select and complete the course most applicable to you. 
  • The names of all UI employees who have completed an on-line module will be captured in "My Training" and provided to the college.

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There are many opportunities for staff to become involved with the College of Education and the University. To learn more about the various opportunities visit the committee web sites listed below or contact Chris Annicella by email or phone at 335-6138.



  • Council on the Status for Women
  • Staff Council
  • The Recruitment Ambassador Program
  • University Charter Committees
  • More information on Charter Committees
  • Wellness Ambassadors

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  • UI HR-Working at IOWA
  • College of Education WAI 2016

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Human Resources Director