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Nominations for the 2020 International Impact Award will be accepted between March 15 and May 1, 2020

Colleagues,
 
Nominations for the 2020 International Impact Award will be accepted between March 15 and May 1, 2020.
 
The International Impact Award recognizes distinguished alumni and other individuals with significant ties to the UI who have made important contributions internationally or, in the case of international alumni, abroad in their home countries. 
 

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International Programs 2019 Annual Report

It is our pleasure to share with you the 2019 annual report from University of Iowa International Programs. The report offers a glimpse into the many ways in which the UI is internationalizing its campus, interacting globally with collaborative partners, broadening the experiences of students as they study and conduct research abroad, creating new knowledge across borders and oceans, and working in partnership with the larger Iowa community so that we all may become more globally aware citizens.

Now Accepting First-Year Seminar Proposals for Fall 2020

We are now accepting First-Year Seminar proposals for fall 2020. First-Year Seminar instructors are highly engaged in student development and have an active, important role in their students' transition to college. As a result, First-Year Seminars introduce new, first year students to important principles and academic expectations that will help them be successful at the University of Iowa. In addition, First-Year Seminars provide students with an opportunity to work closely with UI faculty, instructional staff, or a senior-level administrator.  

Iowa Global Health Network (IGHN)

Dear Colleagues,

International Programs is pleased to announce the launch of the Iowa Global Health Network (IGHN)!

The Iowa Global Health Network aims to provide an interdisciplinary and intercollegiate platform for faculty and staff at the University of Iowa with an interest in real world health problems and challenges. The network will facilitate opportunities for increased interaction and the development of new scholarly and clinical initiatives, and will foster collaboration among those interested in global health at the University of Iowa.