Kang Shang

Kang Shang will leverage Iowa education to expand family business globally

Kang Shang is a marketing major from China. Learn more about his UI education and future plans as a global entrepreneur through this Q&A piece.  
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Critical Language Scholarship winner Abigail Fowler to study Japanese in Okayama this summer

International studies student Abigail Fowler of North Liberty, Iowa, has been awarded a 2023 U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) to study at Okayama University for an intensive Japanese language program. 
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In the news: UI Center for New Music to present a festival of music by living Israeli composers

The UI Center for New Music will host an exciting, vibrant, international festival April 17-23 featuring music by living Israeli composers in collaboration with the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.
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"Ukraine: War and Resistance" photo exhibit, March 20-April 2

These photos were taken by Fulbright photographers, and they capture the devastating and hopeful moments of present life in Ukraine.
Atif Qureshi

UI admissions process sealed the deal for biomedical engineering student Atif Qureshi

Atif Qureshi, a first-year student originally from Kenya, talks about why he chose the UI and related experiences in this Q&A piece. 
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In the news: International rotations offer valuable learning experiences

Students in the College of Pharmacy have the unique opportunity to take their education and skill sets abroad, resulting in an incredible amount of student growth and experience in health care at the international level.
Russ Ganim and Donna Brazile

Dean Ganim’s Washington trip stresses importance of UI’s work advancing international education

Ganim met with donors and friends of IP, members of Iowa's congressional delegation, and visited with the Kosovo Ambassador to the U.S.

Oksana Hirchak awarded Global Democracy Ambassador Scholarship for Ukraine students

The award helps Ukrainian students continue their studies, educate global peers on the fragility and importance of democracy, and inspire the world to stay engaged. 
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UI to host multilingual poetry reading in resistance to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, March 21

The poetry reading will take place alongside a photo exhibit that captures the tragic and heroic, devastating and hopeful moments of present life in Ukraine. 
Meitar Ensemble

WorldCanvass to host Israeli contemporary musicians as part of Provost's Global Forum, April 17

The program will blend live musical performances and conversation with ensemble members about the pieces to be performed during the forum and, more generally, about the contemporary music scene in Israel.