Kevin Kregel

A Message from the Executive Vice President and Provost

As executive vice president and provost, I am honored to oversee the academic mission at the University of Iowa.  

We are a leading, comprehensive research university with a central commitment to student success.  We offer all the resources of a large public higher education institution while providing our students with a personalized experience through the highest quality instruction, state-of-the-art technology, and a myriad of experiential learning opportunities such as hands-on research, internships, and study abroad.

As a proud member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), the UI is recognized as among the top 63 research institutions in the nation.  We are a world-class academic community, where some of the world’s leading faculty in the arts, humanities, and sciences are making groundbreaking discoveries and creating world-changing art.  We believe great teams, rather than individuals, will find the answers to the biggest challenges of our time, and our long tradition of interdisciplinary scholarship and culture of collaboration are among our greatest strengths.

Together, our faculty, staff, and students are helping to create a better future for the people of Iowa, our nation, and the world, not only through their cutting-edge research but also through world class health care, art and cultural opportunities, and continuing and distance education.  Most important, we are preparing the next generation of scientists, scholars, artists, skilled professionals, leaders, and responsible global citizens who will carry on a proud legacy of engagement and excellence.

In everything we do, we are guided by a commitment to diversity, equality, and inclusion, which are fundamental to our pursuit of excellence in every area of our academic mission.  We also approach every aspect of our mission from a global perspective, because we recognize that as the world becomes smaller and more interconnected, appreciation and understanding of cultures other than our own are vital for the success of our students, faculty, and staff alike.

It is a privilege to be part of this extraordinary community, and to have the opportunity to support the success of faculty, staff, and students who are doing such remarkable work every day. 

Kevin C. Kregel, Ph.D.
Executive Vice President and Provost

Communications

UI announces 2023-2024 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award recipients
Thursday, April 25, 2024
The Council on Teaching will honor 30 teaching assistants with this year’s award, which recognizes graduate teaching assistants from a range of disciplines who excel in promoting learning, creativity, and intellectual discovery both inside and outside the classroom.
Pentacrest at Sunset
5 UI faculty members named Hubbard-Walder honorees
Wednesday, April 10, 2024
Five University of Iowa faculty members—Eric Gidal, Trevor Harvey, Emily Hughes, Margaret Murray, and Rene Rocha—were named recipients of the 2024 Hubbard-Walder Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Torno and Bruno receive Lola Lopes Award
Thursday, March 21, 2024
The 2024 Lola Lopes Award for Undergraduate Student Advocacy has been awarded to Dr. Maria Guadalupe Bruno and Kate Torno Fashimpaur.

Academic Governance

Faculty, Staff, and Student Achievements

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

UI Strategic Plan

Campus News

New graduates celebrated at spring 2024 commencement

Tuesday, May 14, 2024
Office of Strategic Communication

Clients near and far seek IIHR expertise on water projects

Sunday, May 12, 2024
Office of Strategic Communication

UI alumna Phillips wins 2024 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Tuesday, May 7, 2024
Sara Epstein Moninger

Upcoming Events

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Sunday With the Docents: What is a “Print?”

Sunday, May 19, 2024 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Stanley Museum of Art
Join us at the Stanley Museum of Art on May 19 at noon for our inaugural Sundays with the Docents tour where Stanley docents create unique tours to share with our audiences throughout the year. What is a “Print?” will be led by Docent and former Adjunct Assistant Professor in Printmaking, Deanne Wortman. Deanne will share her experiences in the amazing world of printmaking. Visitors will examine printmaking history, materials, processes, and artists while being led through a tour of some of...
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Drawing Salon with Robert Caputo

Sunday, May 19, 2024 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Stanley Museum of Art
The Drawing Salon focuses on drawing artworks from the museum's collection. Each session will focus on a different artwork. The sessions will begin with an introduction and discussion of the selected work. Participants will be encouraged to pursue their own visions and to take inspiration from the artworks in the gallery. Pencils and sketchbooks/paper are the only artmaking materials allowed in the galleries. The museum has golf pencils with erasers and clipboards for participants to use...
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Write at the Stanley: A Generative Writing Workshop

Sunday, May 26, 2024 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Stanley Museum of Art
Join us monthly to generate new creative writing inspired by works in the Stanley collection. Each session will be led by a different talented writer from our area, who will be offering a new prompt and a new approach to ekphrastic writing (writing inspired by visual art). Bring your own notebook and pencil or computer and leave with the beginning of a newly written piece. Co-sponsored by Iowa City Poetry. Teen and adult writers in all genres are welcome. Write at the Stanley meets every fourth...
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