News and updates for faculty and staff

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UI Health Care’s OB-GYN expansion to begin this summer

More than 3,000 babies are born each year at UI Health Care, and an upcoming project will improve patient access to maternal health services. Later this summer, UI Health Care will embark on the first steps of a 30,000-square-foot renovation of level 7 of the Pappajohn Pavilion, which will increase the number of inpatient beds from 38 to 61.

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Tickets to Hancher’s 2024-25 Broadway subscription series on sale June 17

Dear Evan Hansen, Hadestown, Mean Girls, and TINA — The Tina Turner Musical are coming to Iowa City in 2024-25 as part of Hancher Auditorium’s Broadway subscription series. You can choose from four different performance schedules that are part of the series. Tickets will be available Monday, June 17, online, by phone, or in person from the Hancher Box Office.


UI experts share more about the emergence of cicada broods

You likely have heard the news about — or the buzzing from — two cicada broods that are appearing for the first time simultaneously in more than 200 years. Andrew Forbes, UI biology professor, and Tamra Elliott, land manager at the Macbride Nature Recreation Area, provide more details about the cicadas in this Q&A, including where to find the insects and how long we will be able to hear them.

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Regents approve tuition increase for UI students

The Iowa Board of Regents approved a tuition increase for University of Iowa students at its meeting today. The changes include a $270 increase to undergraduate tuition for resident students, a $395 increase for undergraduate tuition for nonresident students, and a $394 increase to graduate tuition. These increases will take effect at the start of the fall 2024 semester.

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Pride Month: Celebrate Saturday at Iowa City Pride Parade

The streets of downtown Iowa City will be decked out in rainbows this Saturday, June 15, for the city’s annual Pride Parade. Festivities begin with the parade departing from College Green Park at noon, followed by the Iowa City Pride Festival until 10 p.m.

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Celebrate freedom: A list of Juneteenth events, information

Juneteenth, which marks the end of slavery in the United States, falls on Wednesday, June 19. As part of the holiday, the African American Museum of Iowa, city of Iowa City, and Johnson County have an array of programs and events starting this week for you to learn more and celebrate in your community.

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Pat Angerer named color analyst for Iowa football

A new voice — but a familiar face — will be introduced this football season at Kinnick Stadium. Pat Angerer, a former UI All-America linebacker who also played four seasons for the NFL's Indianapolis Colts, has been named the color analyst for the Iowa football program. He will join Gary Dolphin in the booth during the team’s season opener on Aug. 31.

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See if your students made the spring 2024 dean’s list, president’s list

The University of Iowa recognized more than 7,650 dean’s list honorees and more than 1,250 president’s list honorees for the spring 2024 semester. Check out the complete lists to find the names of students you taught or worked with. 

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