An gymnast stands with her arms and hands out to her sides against a black wall with the words "Iowa Hawkeyes" in gold.

UI Department of Athletics builds momentum on facility upgrade projects

Friday, December 2, 2022
The University of Iowa Department of Athletics continues to advance a set of projects that will provide Hawkeye student-athletes and their fans with services and facilities that rank among the best in the country. 
UI head coach Tom Brands and Doug and Ann Goschke pose for a picture in a golf cart at the site of the new Wrestling Training Facilitiy.

Iowa's world-class wrestling facility to be named for Goschke family

Tuesday, November 1, 2022
The University of Iowa’s new home for wrestling has a new name. Pending Board of Regents, State of Iowa, approval at its meeting on Nov. 9–10, the University of Iowa will name its new world-class wrestling training facility in honor of Doug and Ann Goschke’s generous support.
The Boyd Tower pictured in a canopy of trees on the UI campus

Iowa City, UI continues to remove ash tree population

Tuesday, September 13, 2022
Ash trees in Iowa City continue to fall victim to the emerald ash borer beetle despite preventative treatment and removal efforts by arborists over the last decade.
Painting of a tiger hawk on Jefferson Street facing east on September 12, 2022

UI plans Tigerhawk street murals across campus

Tuesday, September 13, 2022
The UI coordinated with the City of Iowa City and LL Pelling Co. to paint a Tigerhawk logo on the T. Anne Cleary Walkway Jefferson Street intersection on Aug. 25. The UI is planning a second installation on Market Street on Thursday, September 15.  The UI selected LL Pelling Co. for the painting project.  Read the full article by the Daily Iowan to learn more.
People touring a wastewater treatment plant

New Iowa Wastewater and Waste to Energy Research Program

Tuesday, August 30, 2022
Craig Just, UI associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, highlights how the university is improving Iowa communities through the work of the new Iowa Wastewater and Waste to Energy Research Program Tech Park, which he hopes will become a worldwide leader in innovative waste treatment to generate energy and recover resources.
Lew Montgomery photographed as a Big 10 Black Alumni of the Year 2022 honoree

Lew Montgomery honored as Big 10 Black Alumni of the Year

Wednesday, August 24, 2022
Lew Montgomery, interim senior human resources director for University of Iowa Finance and Operations, was recently honored as a Big 10 Black Alumni of the Year representing the UI.
Intersection of Burlington Street and Grand Ave at sunset

Iowa ranked No. 2 in green power usage among the Top 30 Colleges and Universities by EPA

Friday, August 12, 2022
The University of Iowa has moved up in the EPA’s Green Power Partner rankings and is now No. 2 in the Top 30 Colleges and Universities of the largest green power users. To achieve this ranking, Iowa uses green power for 84 percent of its operations’ total electricity needs, up from 73 percent last year.  
Jackson Pollock's "Mural" installed in the Stanley Museum of Art

Jackson Pollock’s ‘Mural’ piece returns home to the Stanley

Thursday, August 4, 2022
After nine years of touring Europe and the United States, Jackson Pollock’s ‘Mural’ is finally home at the University of Iowa as of July 14, where it will be on view when the UI Stanley Museum of Art reopens on August 26.
Workers replace the gold leaf on the Old Capitol Dome in summer 2022

Old Cap dome gets shiny facelift

Monday, July 25, 2022
Work to replace the gold leaf on the University of Iowa’s most iconic building began in late May and is entering its final phase.
The top of the Old Capitol building photographed against a blue and white cloud sky

8 projects approved for FY2023 P3 funding

Thursday, June 9, 2022
The University of Iowa has awarded eight interdisciplinary projects with $15 million in funding generated by the public-private partnership (P3) with its utility system.