Iowa Board of Regents

Board of Regents Newsletter: Board of Regents January 2020 Newsletter

According to Laura Jackson, director of UNI’s Tallgrass Prairie Center, prairies are increasingly becoming one of the only places where some native wildlife can be found. The environmental implications of cleaner water and farmland impact us all. 

At its February meeting, the Board of Regents will consider approval of two projects that will transform the campuses at Iowa State University and the University of Iowa.

University of Iowa College of Pharmacy students returned for the spring 2020 semester to a new building that features cutting-edge research laboratories, collaborative learning spaces, and a UI Pharmaceuticals (UIP) sterile-product manufacturing unit.

Dense urban areas use up more energy, water and food resources than they can produce themselves, forcing them to rely on external sources. But a team of researchers is imagining bold new ways to make Midwestern cities more self-reliant.

Each year, the Board of Regents hears an update on the three public universities’ residence systems. The residence systems of Iowa’s three public universities, which include dormitories, dining halls and other services, serve thousands of students every day and are entirely self-supporting - no state appropriated funds are directed toward...
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