Q&A with Munachim Amah

Munachim Amah is a second-year PhD student researching how journalists work, where they work, and what they produce.
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Upcoming symposium to discuss race, ethnicity, language, and culture in the academy

This symposium, taking place October 6 - 8 on the University of Iowa campus, sets out to explore the opportunities that advocating for DEI in the academy provides.
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Student overcomes financial obstacles through hard work and campus support

Oluwatosin Opeoluwa, a native of Nigeria, is enrolled in the master of social work program at the University of Iowa. She talks about her journey to get, and stay here.
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Study Abroad resumes weekly Discover Study Abroad info sessions, fall 2022

Attend our weekly virtual Discover Study Abroad info sessions to learn how study abroad works and find the right international opportunity for you!
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International Programs to host conversation with UI alumna Meembo Changula - Sept. 15

Join us for the sixth installment in our Global Alumni Spotlight Series featuring alumna Meembo Changula (MS urban and regional planning '10).
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Over 40 scholarships and grants available for UI students to study abroad

This guide serves as a one stop shop to showcase the many funding opportunities that exist to financially assist and support University of Iowa undergraduate students considering studying abroad.
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In the news: Iowa’s international tennis players create global presence

With players from Germany, the Czech Republic, Peru, and India, the team creates a diverse, fun environment by sharing cultural backgrounds.
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Dean's Message: New look, new students, new year

Dean Ganim says hello to new students, discusses our new look in IP, and gives accolades to the UI team that was awarded a $1 million grant to promote translation and global literacy.
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In the news: Prof. Ari Ariel featured in new podcast on Yemeni Jews

Ari Ariel, a Middle East historian at the University of Iowa, will delve into what the 2,600-year-old community was like and the dramatic transitions that led to the mass exodus.
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Top 5 must dos for Iowa students who want to study abroad

Here are our top five things every Iowa student who wants to study abroad should take advantage of.