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The Iowa athletic department will not renew its contract with longtime baseball coach Jack Dahm, athletic director Gary Barta announced Thursday : "Jack has been a first-class ambassador for the University of Iowa the past 10 years," said Barta.
A number of high profile projects will make the next several years the busiest construction period in the history of the University of Iowa.
Cedar Rapids Prairie's Thomas Eilers is the 2013 winner of the Nick Adenhart Memorial Scholarship, the Cedar Rapids Kernels announced Thursday.
A $30 million data center at the University of Iowa Oakdale campus has received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Platinum certification, the highest energy-efficient standard.
AirCare from University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics prepares to land on 250th Street near Keota on Wednesday, May 22.
Four-star quarterback/wide receiver Jay Scheel decided early on that he wanted to continue his football career at the University of Iowa.
Cedar Rapids could survive, muddle through, recover from, or even thrive after a single multi-billion-dollar disaster like the Flood of 2008.
Rubin, currently a professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine, will begin serving as dean June 1, according to a news release.
The University of Iowa's vice president for research and economic development will urge congressional lawmakers to support exascale computing, the next generation of supercomputers designed to tackle complex societal questions, from climate change to the human mind.