Get your start as a Hawkeye at On Iowa!—a five-day welcome and orientation event where all members of the Class of 2018 will:
Allison is back for an Iowa men's basketball game against the Purdue Boilermakers! You don't want to miss this insider's look at some of the fun game day traditions at the University of Iowa.
Allison visits the Blank Honors Center to tell you about the countless opportunities available through the University of Iowa Honors Program.
Allison prints off her resume and heads to the University of Iowa’s Job and Internship Fair! Learn more about this free networking opportunity available to all UI students.
Allison puts on her dancing shoes and heads to the University of Iowa's Dance Marathon BIG EVENT! Learn more about the largest student philanthropy on campus and why more than 2,000 uiowa students dance for the kids!
Allison lets you in on Tutor Iowa, an academic resource available to all Iowa students, providing free workshops, supplemental instruction, and tutoring!
Allison enjoys some holiday tunes from the traditional Holiday Tubas concert held the Friday before finals on the steps of the Old Capitol. This traditional event takes donations for Toys for Tots. Season's Greetings from On Location!
Every day, Christina Gaard works with the rest of her medical team to make sure our veterans are receiving the highest quality care. As a Clinical Pharmacist at the Department of Veteran Affairs in Milwaukee, Wis., Gaard makes sure that patients receive the right medications and understand what they’re taking.
“I really like interacting with patients and with providers,” Gaard said. “And I especially like educating patients.”
If you've ever made a batch of Betty Crocker brownies from a box, Jerry Stone might have had something to do with it.
As a floor manager at the General Mills Avon plant in Carlisle, Iowa, Stone oversees the production, packaging and shipment of a number of different Betty Crocker flours and products.
It all started in a little dance studio in Taos, New Mexico.
That’s where six-year-old Emma Rose Carson learned her first pliés and relevés. Now 23 and a professional modern dancer with a company in New York, Carson said she’s living her ultimate dream.
“I just was absolutely fascinated by the language of movement, and it just captivated me. I think I just had this innate passion for it.”