Iowa Board of Regents

Board of Regents Newsletter: September 2017 Newsletter

Alfred W. Noehren served as a member of the Board of Regents from 1959 to 1965. Noehren was the Board’s seventh president, and served in that capacity from 1963 to 1965.

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The September 1948 meeting helped lay the groundwork for the University of Iowa Main Library and kicked off the career of one of Iowa State's longest-tenured and most-beloved presidents.

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UNI No. 2 among top Midwest public universities UI moves up to No. 31 among best public universities Iowa State 53rd among national publics; first in ag/bio engineering
A gift reported in January will result in a new endowment of approximately $145 million to support the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The endowment is made possible through a gift from an anonymous donor couple of an equity stake in Curriculum Associates, LLC, which recently entered into a... Read More on Iowa State announces $145 million endowment to support College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The University of Northern Iowa's College of Education will host the third annual Education Summit on Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 6 and 7, in Maucker Union. This year's theme is "Inclusive Praxis for 21st Century Education: Advocacy, Challenges and the Public Good." Read more in the UNI Newsroom
For 13 years, the University of Iowa has had a front-row seat on NASA’s Cassini mission to Saturn, thanks to a radio- and plasma-wave instrument designed by a team of engineers and scientists in the UI Department of Physics and Astronomy. The instrument has studied Saturn’s auroras, rings, and months-long...
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