international students

Lee Seedorf and Amanda McFadden
Navigating the employment rules and challenges faced by international students can be a considerably complicated affair for students, employers, and university staff. 

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The Old Capitol is shown on Monday, July 25, 2016. Within the next few days construction crews will begin replacing deteriorated pieces of this historic building. (The Daily Iowan/Brooklynn Kascel)
The daughter of refugees from Soviet Union, Korsakov, is a first-generation University of Iowa senior, and she’ll graduate Saturday.

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Mousa Abuissa first saw the UI campus when he was on a vacation with his parents and sister, who had traveled from Syria to visit his uncle in Iowa City. Nearly eight years later, and after also completing a BA in music, he’s receiving a Doctor of Pharmac
Mousa Abuissa credits the UI with helping him find direction

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Photo by Abu Hurairah
A graduating international student reflects on her time on campus.

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Photo of Qingyang Su
Qingyang Su, an undergraduate student in the College of Engineering, is an international student at the University of Iowa. Hailing from Beijing, China, Qingyang has embraced the opportunity to learn about American culture, meet new people, and challenge himself through research and teaching assistant experiences.

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student studying
Overall, undergraduate international applications at the UI are experiencing a dip because of a multitude of potential factors.

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A UI student studies at the IMU for upcoming finals on Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014. The IMU provides students with a number of events and free things to relieve finals stress, including coffee, popcorn, and massages.
Midterms week can be stressful, but for some international students it may just be a small part of a larger problem.

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UI student Farzad Salamifar stands under a bridge near the University Library parking lot on Friday, Feb. 10, 2017. Salamifar came to Iowa City from Iran to obtain his doctorate in French. (The Daily Iowan/Margaret Kispert)
Despite having his girlfriend, brother, and belongings in the United States, University of Iowa graduate student Farzad Salamifar was banned from entering the country.

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Anis Shakirah Mohd Muslimin
As the UI's international community grows, so does student appreciation for multicultural learning.

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The Old Capitol building is shown in Iowa City
UI President Harreld: It's 'wrong-headed'

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