The university anticipates spending $1 million annually on two new pilot grants that will help students cover the cost of a computer, books, clothing and housing supplies.
A U.S District Court judge reprimanded the university for eliminating four sports last year, including softball, wrestling, men's swimming and diving, and women's tennis.
The Jones Day Law Firm is currently investigating whether David Boren sexually harassed male aides during his 24-year stint at the university.
The $25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy will support the agency’s long-term security, nonproliferation, and nuclear science goals.
The university has digitized nine of its student newspapers, comprising 6,200 issues and 55,769 pages dating back to 1862
The school of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences has selected 36 sophomores and juniors for the program to help develop critical thinking skills
Scholarship America has announced a new need-based scholarship program for Iowa students enrolling in undergraduate and graduate programs
The university will pay $2.5 million for submitting false claims to the Department of Education on its use of incentive-based compensation to enroll prospective students
The plaintiffs claim that Yale's fraternities breed a toxic sexual culture and give undue economic and professional benefits to male members
Professor G.G. Weix has been accused of harassing a student based on her advocating for free market ideals and limited government intervention