Kelly Kadera named recipient of the 2016 Susan S. Northcutt award

Thursday, April 21, 2016
The University of Iowa congratulates Director of Academic Programs Kelly Kadera as the recipient of the 2016 Susan S. Northcutt award.

European Studies group to host French poetry reading, April 8

Thursday, March 31, 2016
The European Studies Group and the French and Italian Forum will co-host an upcoming talk, "Le Soleil Couchant by Théophile Gautier (1830): An Introduction to Reading French Poetry." Featuring guest speaker Geoffrey Hope, a professor of French at the UI, a reading and discussion will take place on the poetry of Théophile Gautier, in honor of the retirement of Professor Wendelin Guentner.

Developing voices a world away

Thursday, July 9, 2015
Nearly 20 female participants in Manama, Bahrain, and Amman, Jordan, took part in a distance-learning course offered this past spring by the UI's International Writing Program. The course focused on issues of artistic identity while fostering the participants’ authorial voices and building a community of women writers through weekly live video sessions.

A Quest for Clean Water

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
CPH faculty member Kelly Baker studies the cascade of health issues connected to water, sanitation, and hygiene

International Women’s Day: Now more than ever

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Every year, for decades now, the Iowa United Nations Association has held Night of 1,000 Dinners in honor of International Women’s Day. Over these decades, the role that we have played in Iowa City as proponents of international cooperation has shifted. It used to be that our role was to connect Iowans to an international community that seemed so far away and hard to reach. Now, the world has brought the international playing field to our doorstep. International cooperation is our goal not only abroad (“out there”), but also here, here in our state, here in our city, here in our schools.