Articles from 2023

Russ Ganim with others holding Iowa flag in mountains in Germany

Dean’s Message: Study Abroad program, Academic Year in Freiburg, celebrates 60 years of growing Global Hawkeyes

Tuesday, August 1, 2023
Dean Ganim discusses his visit to Freiburg, Germany to celebrate this long-running study abroad program, the CIMBA annual awards banquet and graduation, and IP's visit with this year's Mandela Washington Fellows.
Adrien Wing

Dean Adrien Wing to give Commitment to Internationalization Lecture focused on increasing diversity in study abroad

Monday, July 24, 2023
Adrien Wing, associate dean for International and Comparative Law Programs and the Bessie Dutton Murray Professor in the UI College of Law, will explore diversification in international education as part of International Programs’ annual Commitment to Internationalization Lecture Series. 
Minwoo Jung

Korean Studies Research Network to present talk on flexible masculinities in Asia, September 20 

Friday, July 21, 2023
The Korean Studies Research Network will present a virtual lecture by guest speaker Dr. Minwoo Jung, entitled “Flexible Masculinities: Negotiating Gender, Sexuality, and Nation in Global Asia.”
desert scene with shadows of four camels

UI to host Study Abroad Fair, Sept 12

Thursday, July 20, 2023
Get your questions answered and kick start your global experience at the upcoming University of Iowa Study Abroad Fair, being held September 12.
Kaitlyn Dwyer in front of an ancient building with columns in Greece

Why you shouldn’t let a disability keep you from studying abroad

Wednesday, July 19, 2023
Kaitlyn Dwyer, a Diversity Ambassador Scholarship recipient, shares her experience studying abroad in Greece.
group of students with professor on landing overlooking Greece landscape

Top 5 must dos for Iowa students who want to study abroad

Monday, July 17, 2023
Here are our top five things every Iowa student who wants to study abroad should take advantage of. 
Sam Waldron reading study abroad brochure sitting against rock in front of old capitol

5 easy things you should do in the summer to prepare to study abroad

Friday, July 14, 2023
International Programs student employee (and soon to be study abroad student) shares what he has learned about planning for study abroad.
Selix family with Cory at the passport office

5 reasons why you should apply for a passport at the University of Iowa Passport Office 

Friday, July 14, 2023
Take advantage of the convenient location and friendly staff at the UI passport office.
Shyisha Hodges

Study abroad scholarship sent first-generation college student to Costa Rica

Tuesday, July 11, 2023
Shyisha Hodges, from Davenport, Iowa, is a first-generation college student that studied abroad in Costa Rica after receiving an Ann Morse Scholarship. 
Nick Street

New to college? Here are 4 tips on how to approach and interact with faculty

Monday, July 10, 2023
As a new student on campus, are you feeling unsure or even intimidated about initiating contact with professors? We have collected tips from current professors and former students at Iowa, designed to help you navigate these types of situations.