Iowa Board of Regents

Board of Regents Newsletter: January 2019 Newsletter

Selective service impacts, a new vacation day, and UNI buys the country's oldest literary magazine.

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Whether it’s artificial-intelligence, machine-learning or camera-as-a-sensor technology, Hawkins said combining computing power and data sets can make a real difference on busy roads. And they’re just going to get busier. Read more from Iowa State News Service
At age 17, Bernadine Franks made a vow to her mother: She would one day graduate from college. Fifty years later, she has made good on that pledge, earning a degree in social work from the University of Iowa. Read more at Iowa NOW
UNI's Center for Urban Education (UNI-CUE) will be honored with a Heritage Legacy Award for outstanding organization February 1 to recognize its commitment and impact to the African-American community. Read more at the UNI Newsroom
The occasional search may be fine, but an Iowa State University researcher says repeatedly pinpointing our location reveals information about our identity, which may be sold or shared with others. It is a problem Ying Cai, an associate professor of computer science, recognized more than a decade ago when he...
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