University of Iowa

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1/12/2015

UI students pitch how Iowa businesses can enter China

Fifteen small businesses in Iowa opened their doors to University of Iowa students to find out how they could market their products to Chinese consumers. Tippie College of Business Professors Lon Moeller and Jay Christensen-Szalanski decided to add a bilingual hoop for students to jump through with this semester's online Introduction to Law course. "We were trying to make the course more accessible to (UI's Chinese students) so they could better understand it and then in the process take advantage of the skills that they have and have them work together with the native English-speaking students," Christensen-Szalanski said.
9/26/2014

UI international student grad launches app to translate menus

When RuiHao Min took his girlfriend to an Italian restaurant during his freshman year at the University of Iowa, a polite gesture turned faux pas when he ordered for his date and received an undesirable entrée, but also a potentially lucrative idea: Blue Cheese.
RuiHao Min
10/23/2013

Student Profile: UI senior RuiHao Min on founding “AiCheng” magazine

Imagine leaving your home behind to study in a new country. As international students will tell you, it’s a difficult process. “It’s not very easy in the beginning when we came here,” RuiHao Min, a senior marketing and economics student at the UI says. Since starting AiCheng magazine last May, Min realized that the student-run publication has the potential to benefit future international students adjust to American culture, in addition to current students who wish to tell their stories.