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March 1, 2024 - April 30, 2024
OPEN: Family Spirit Award Nominations
All Day ()

Calling all Hawkeyes! It´s time to nominate your favorite family for the 2024 University of Iowa Family Spirit Award.

This award recognizes a Hawkeye family-with at least three generations of University of Iowa graduates-that has substantially benefited from and continues to advocate for the UI, and contributes toward bettering the state of Iowa and its communities.

The recipients of this award will receive the ultimate Hawkeye experience during Family Weekend, Sept. 13-14, 2024, including 20 tickets to the Iowa football game against Troy.

Nominations are due Tuesday, April 30, 2024.

Submit your nomination here: https://www.foriowa.org/family-spirit/

Contact: Laurel Hall 319-467-3518

Departments: Center for Advancement, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Nursing, Graduate College

April 22, 2024 - April 30, 2024
BMindful Holy Days: Passover (Judaism)
7:55 pm - 8:04 pm (CDT)
Where: 2750 University Capitol Centre, Suite 3719 Iowa City, Iowa 52242, Iowa City, IA US 52242

BMindful is an initiative that seeks to meet the needs of diverse communities by providing event and conference planners with the dates of holy days of major religious faiths for five years into the future. By providing these dates in advance, BMindful seeks to help planners avoid those dates when scheduling events.

BMindful does not include all religious holy days. It focuses on three major holy days for each faith-days when faith members may choose not to go to work or send their children to school.

Download dates into your Outlook Calendar: https://its.uiowa.edu/support/article/105264

View all Heritage Celebrations at the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion site: https://diversity.uiowa.edu/Celebrations

Contact: Charlie Taylor 319-335-3555

Departments: Police Department, Carver College of Medicine, College of Law, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Nursing, Commencement, Campus Safety, Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Division of Student Life

April 23, 2024
Student Impact Grant Presentations
4:00 pm (CDT)

Hear from the eight 2023-24 Student Impact Grant recipients and learn how private support enhanced their Iowa experience. Student Impact Grants are made possible by generous gifts from alums and friends who provide unrestricted support to the university.

About Student Impact Grants

The University of Iowa Office of the President and the Student Advancement Network have partnered to create Student Impact Grants, which provide funding for undergraduate and graduate student activities outside of the classroom-including research, travel, and service projects. These grants enable students to pursue opportunities that might not otherwise be possible without financial assistance.

Contact: Tegan Donahue 319-467-3377

Departments: Center for Advancement, University Honors Program, Carver College of Medicine

April 23, 2024
Denver Hawkeye Social
6:00 pm (CDT)
Where: 3201 Walnut St., Denver, CO US 80205

Register today: https://foriowa.info/denver24

Are you looking for an opportunity to connect and network with fellow Hawkeyes in the Denver area? Join the University of Iowa and the Hawks on the Rocks Iowa Club at an upcoming event!

Bring a friend or fly solo-and join us for fun conversations, Hawkeye swag, and free food and a drink. We hope to see you there!

Contact: Lynn Barker 319-467-3344

Departments: Center for Advancement

April 25, 2024
CLIMATE through a Wide Lens
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm (CDT)
Where: 21 North Clinton Street, Iowa City, IA US 52240

Rising seas, toxic rivers, deforestation, smoke-filled air-headlines remind us daily of the local, national, and international impacts of climate change. Join us for a wild pecha kucha ride through the effects of climate change with researchers who also tirelessly seek solutions. World-renowned climate scientist, Jerald Schnoor will open with big picture issues. That will set the stage for artist Isabel Barbuzza´s work on South American lithium salt mines, environmental literary scholar Eric Gidal´s work on Iowa´s watersheds, feminist anthropologist Meena Khandelwal´s engagement with Rajasthani villages in India, and natural resource economist Silvia Secchi´s rooting into the farms and rivers that surround us. Together, our Wide Lens presenters offer crucial insights into the challenges we face and hope that if we work together, change is possible.

Presentations:

  • "Visualizing Climate Dangers-The Case of Lithium" - Isabel Barbuzza, Art and Art History, CLAS
  • "Connecting Data and Storytelling in Iowa's Watersheds" - Eric Gidal, English, CLAS
  • "Cookstoves and Climate Change in India" - Meena Khandelwal, Anthropology and Gender, Women´s, and Sexuality Studies, CLAS
  • "Climate Change-Where We Are Now" - Jerald Schnoor, College of Engineering
  • "Adapting Agriculture, Land, and Water to Climate Change" - Silvia Secchi, Geographical and Sustainability Sciences, CLAS

20 slides per presenter, 20 seconds per slide

Ruthless Timekeeper - Teresa Mangum, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, Office of the Vice President for Research

Additional Hosts - Roland Racevskis, Associate Dean for the Arts and Humanities, CLAS; Kristy Nabhan-Warren, Associate Vice President for Research in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

For each gathering in the Wide Lens series, researchers, scholars, and artists from across the university briefly present their work on a shared topic of interest; then, we open the floor to questions and conviviality over hors d'oeuvres and drinks.

Wide Lens is sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, and the Office of the Vice President for Research. These events are free and open to all.

Contact: Erin Hackathorn 319-335-4034

Departments: Obermann Center, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies, College of Engineering, Graduate College, Center for Advancement, Office of the Vice President for Research, IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering, Iowa Flood Center

January 28, 2024 - May 26, 2024
Write at the Stanley: A Generative Writing Workshop
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm (CST)
Where: 160 West Burlington Street, Iowa City, IA US 52242

Join us monthly to generate new creative writing inspired by works in the Stanley collection. Each session will be led by a different talented writer from our area, who will be offering a new prompt and a new approach to ekphrastic writing (writing inspired by visual art). Bring your own notebook and pencil or computer and leave with the beginning of a newly written piece. Co-sponsored by Iowa City Poetry. Teen and adult writers in all genres are welcome.

Write at the Stanley meets every fourth Sunday of the month. 

Space is limited, so we encourage you to reserve your spot by clicking the dates below:

January 28

February 25

March 24

April 28

May 26

Contact: Kimberly Datchuk 319-335-1727

Departments: University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art, Center for Advancement, Department of Classics, Department of English, Iowa Youth Writing Project, Magid Center for Writing, Pentacrest Museums, Office of the Provost, International Writing Program

May 1, 2024
Psychedelics: From Trip to Treatment | Chat From the Old Cap
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (CDT)

Longtime financial advisor Aaron Martin struggled to manage his severe depression until he discovered the life-changing benefits of psychedelics treatment. Join us for Chat From the Old Cap as we sit down with Martin and three UI Department of Psychiatry researchers on the effectiveness of psychedelic drugs to treat mental health disorders.

Professor of psychiatry Peg Nopoulos (85BS, 89MD, 93R, 94F) will moderate the discussion alongside emeritus professor of psychiatry Michael Flaum (90F) and licensed psychologist Candida Maurer (77BLS, 79MA, 91PhD). They´ll discuss the life-changing benefits of psychedelic drugs, what the treatments entail, and the promising research happening at Iowa. 

You´ll also hear how Martin´s experience-from trip to treatment-inspired him to become an advocate for the positive outcomes of psychedelics. 

Chat From the Old Cap is a series of virtual engagement sessions featuring Iowa alumni and friends sharing stories from their careers, backgrounds, and the university.

Contact: Tony Hakes 319-467-3391

Departments: Center for Advancement, Carver College of Medicine

May 3, 2024
BMindful Holy Days: Holy Friday (Orthodox Christianity)
All Day ()
Where: 2750 University Capitol Centre, Suite 3719 Iowa City, Iowa 52242, Iowa City, IA US 52242

BMindful is an initiative that seeks to meet the needs of diverse communities by providing event and conference planners with the dates of holy days of major religious faiths for five years into the future. By providing these dates in advance, BMindful seeks to help planners avoid those dates when scheduling events.

BMindful does not include all religious holy days. It focuses on three major holy days for each faith-days when faith members may choose not to go to work or send their children to school.

Download dates into your Outlook Calendar: https://its.uiowa.edu/support/article/105264

View all Heritage Celebrations at the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion site: https://diversity.uiowa.edu/Celebrations

Contact: Charlie Taylor 319-335-3555

Departments: Police Department, Carver College of Medicine, College of Law, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Nursing, Commencement, Campus Safety, Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Division of Student Life

February 3, 2023 - December 5, 2025
Art & Write Night
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm (CST)
Where: 39-53 East Jefferson Street, Iowa City, IA US 52240

Join the long, rich, historical tradition of artists creating in our spaces.

Professional, aspiring, and amateur artists alike, make our museum your muse. The return of this popular program series welcomes guests into the Museum of Natural History's magical gallery spaces after-hours to work on sketching or writing projects with other campus and community artists.

Tell a friend, grab a notebook, and join us on the first Friday of each month. We'll provide a new inspo prompt for each session and will sometimes move about the Museum but we'll always start in the Hageboeck Hall of Birds (Bird Hall) on the third Floor of Macbride Hall. Join anytime between 6-8 p.m. and feel free to participate in a themed creation challenge or work on your own project with our exhibits as inspiration. We'll save the last 15-30 minutes of each session to share what we've been working on, connecting with others (optional, of course!).


Please note, the Museum is typically closed during this time, meaning the main entrance to Iowa Hall (atop the large staircase outside on the east side of Macbride Hall) will be closed and locked. All other building doors will be open, offering access to the Ground Floor of Macbride Hall. Bird Hall is located on the third floor of Macbride Hall and can be reached by stairs or by taking the elevator to the third floor and crossing the auditorium to the north side of the building. 

Contact: Carolina Kaufman 319-467-3130

Departments: Pentacrest Museums, Museum of Natural History, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Division of Student Life, Leadership and Engagement, Department of Biology, University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art, University Libraries, Department of English

May 4, 2024
Opening Reception | To My Friends at Horn: Keith Haring and Iowa City
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm (CDT)
Where: 160 West Burlington Street, Iowa City, IA US 52242

Join us for the grand opening of the exhibition, To My Friends at Horn: Keith Haring and Iowa City.

Opening on Keith Haring´s birthday, this exhibition celebrates the artist´s legacy and honors the many individuals who shaped his visits to Iowa City during the 1980s. The 1989 mural Haring painted for Ernest Horn Elementary School, which is on loan to the Stanley Museum of Art during the school´s renovation, anchors the exhibition and is accompanied by other works of art, photographs, and archival ephemera.

Program begins at noon with opening remarks, followed by refreshments, music and an art making activity for kids. Event concludes at 3 p.m.

Learn more: https://stanleymuseum.uiowa.edu/art/exhibitions/upcoming/keithharing

To My Friends at Horn: Keith Haring and Iowa City has been supported by generous grants from the Henry Luce Foundation and the Keith Haring Foundation with additional support from the Beth and Nate Tross Stanley Museum of Art Support Fund, the Tom Rocklin and Barbara McFadden Program Fund, the Don Heineking Fund for Exhibitions and Programs, the Friends of the Museum Fund, and the Members Special Exhibition Fund.

Please note that photographs and footage will be taken throughout the event. These may be used for marketing and publicity purposes, on our website and in social media or in any third party publication. Please contact the event organizer if you have any concerns or if you wish to be exempted from this activity.

Contact: Kimberly Datchuk 319-335-1727

Departments: University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Office of the Provost, Department of Communication Studies, Center for Advancement, Nonfiction Writing Program

May 5, 2024
BMindful Holy Days: Pascha (Orthodox Christianity)
All Day ()
Where: 2750 University Capitol Centre, Suite 3719 Iowa City, Iowa 52242, Iowa City, IA US 52242

BMindful is an initiative that seeks to meet the needs of diverse communities by providing event and conference planners with the dates of holy days of major religious faiths for five years into the future. By providing these dates in advance, BMindful seeks to help planners avoid those dates when scheduling events.

BMindful does not include all religious holy days. It focuses on three major holy days for each faith-days when faith members may choose not to go to work or send their children to school.

Download dates into your Outlook Calendar: https://its.uiowa.edu/support/article/105264

View all Heritage Celebrations at the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion site: https://diversity.uiowa.edu/Celebrations

Contact: Charlie Taylor 319-335-3555

Departments: Police Department, Carver College of Medicine, College of Law, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Nursing, Commencement, Campus Safety, Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Division of Student Life

May 9, 2024
Medical Campus Graduation Celebration
11:00 am - 1:00 pm (CDT)

Graduating students are invited to stop by the UI Center for Advancement tent for free professional photos, alumni swag, and more.

This event is weather permitting.

Contact: Lynn Barker 319-467-3344

Departments: Center for Advancement, Carver College of Medicine, College of Pharmacy, College of Public Health, Commencement, Division of Student Life, Graduate College

May 10, 2024
Pictures on the Pentacrest
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm (CDT)
Where: 1 North Clinton Street, Iowa City, IA US 52240

Graduating students are invited to stop by the UI Center for Advancement tent for free professional photos, alumni swag, and more.

This event is weather permitting.

Contact: Lynn Barker 319-467-3344

Departments: Center for Advancement, Carver College of Medicine, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Pharmacy, Commencement, Division of Student Life, Graduate College

May 11, 2024
Pictures on the Pentacrest
11:00 am - 3:00 pm (CDT)
Where: 1 North Clinton Street, Iowa City, IA US 52240

Graduating students are invited to stop by the UI Center for Advancement tent for free professional photos, alumni swag, and more.

This event is weather permitting.

Contact: Lynn Barker 319-467-3344

Departments: Center for Advancement, Carver College of Medicine, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Pharmacy, Commencement, Division of Student Life, Graduate College

May 15, 2024
New York City | Together Hawkeyes Tour
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm (CDT)
Where: 1221 6th Avenue, New York City, NY US 10020

Connect with campus leaders and fellow Hawkeyes-and learn about the Together Hawkeyes campaign and other university happenings. Your hosts for the evening will be Barbara Wilson, Iowa´s 22nd president, and Lynette Marshall, University of Iowa Center for Advancement president and CEO.  

Hors d´oeuvres and a hosted bar will be provided.

We hope to see you in New York City!

The University of Iowa Center for Advancement is dedicated to providing an inclusive, respectful, and safe environment for everyone. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact Laurel Hall at events@foriowa.org or 319-467-3518.

Contact: Laurel Hall 319-467-3518

Departments: Center for Advancement

May 17, 2024
Eight Over 80 Awards
11:00 am (CDT)

As Hawkeyes, we give back throughout our lives.

We're leaders in our professions. We're generous with our time and talent. We're passionate about things we love-especially anything black and gold. And some Hawkeyes continue to make an impact well beyond retirement.

That's why we are honoring Iowa alumni, age 80 and over, who carry the Hawkeye spirit of achievement and continue to help others.

Nominate a Hawkeye for this award here: https://www.foriowa.org/eight-over-80/

Contact: Erin Brokel 319-467-3668

Departments: Center for Advancement, Office of Community Engagement, Carver College of Medicine, Office of the Provost

June 16, 2024 - June 17, 2024
BMindful Holy Days: Eid al-Adha (Islam)
8:43 pm - 8:43 pm (CDT)
Where: 2750 University Capitol Centre, Suite 3719 Iowa City, Iowa 52242, Iowa City, IA US 52242

BMindful is an initiative that seeks to meet the needs of diverse communities by providing event and conference planners with the dates of holy days of major religious faiths for five years into the future. By providing these dates in advance, BMindful seeks to help planners avoid those dates when scheduling events.

BMindful does not include all religious holy days. It focuses on three major holy days for each faith-days when faith members may choose not to go to work or send their children to school.

Download dates into your Outlook Calendar: https://its.uiowa.edu/support/article/105264

View all Heritage Celebrations at the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion site: https://diversity.uiowa.edu/Celebrations

Contact: Charlie Taylor 319-335-3555

Departments: Police Department, Carver College of Medicine, College of Law, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Nursing, Commencement, Campus Safety, Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Division of Student Life

June 17, 2024
Johnson County I-Club Golf Outing
9:00 am (CDT)
Where: 1380 Melrose Av, Iowa City, IA US 52246

You´re invited to the Johnson County I-Club 25th annual golf outing!

Registration and driving range open: 9 a.m. Shotgun start: 11 a.m.

Register Today!

New this year - two team options available:

  • Limited availability - $600 - three-person team plus play with a Hawkeye celebrity assigned by the Johnson County I-Club, in partnership with Iowa Athletics
  • $500 - four-person team 

Entry fee includes greens fees, cart, driving range balls, and a box lunch for each team member. Team prizes and flag events will be awarded, and hole sponsorships are available for $125.

Space is limited and early sign-up is encouraged. The registration deadline is June 7. 

For more information on this event, contact Steve Droll with the Johnson County I-Club at stevedroll1@gmail.com or 319-331-0014. 

For information about other Hawkeye outings, visit jointheiclub.com/events. To learn how you can support Hawkeye student-athletes, visit jointheiclub.com. 

Contact: Steve Droll 319-331-0014

Departments: Center for Advancement

June 17, 2024
Polk County I-Club Celebrity Golf Outing
12:00 pm (CDT)
Where: 915 Fleur Drive, Des Moines, IA US 50321

Join the Polk County I-Club for their annual celebrity golf outing!

Entry fees-which are $500 per player and $2,000 per team-include green fees, cart, and dinner. The Hawkeye celebrities will consist of athletics department staff, coaches, and former student-athletes. A silent auction, dinner, and program will immediately follow golf. Hole sponsorships are $250 and include a tee sign on a hole and a complimentary dinner ticket ($75 value).

Space is limited, and early sign-up is encouraged.

For more information or to sign up for the event, contact Jim Carney at 515-282-6803 or carney@carneyappleby.com.

For information about other Hawkeye outings, visit jointheiclub.com/events. To learn how you can support Hawkeye student-athletes, visit jointheiclub.com.

Contact: Iowa Athletics Development 319-467-3410

Departments: Center for Advancement

July 18, 2024
Grandparents University®
8:00 am - 4:30 pm (CDT)

Registration will open on Monday, March 25, 2024.

Grandparents University® is an intergenerational learning program that allows grandparents-or honorary grandparents-to spend a day of discovery with their grandchildren.

This campus event will offer hands-on educational opportunities with UI experts. You can make lasting memories while exploring engaging topics in everything from the arts and humanities to medicine and science.

You´ll have the chance to learn more about topics such as:

  • Bird banding

  • Beatrix Potter

  • The metaverse

  • Memory and the brain

Registration will open on Monday, March 25, 2024, at 9 a.m., and will remain open Wednesday, July 3, 2024-or until we´ve reached capacity.

Cost: 

  • $75 for one grandparent and one grandchild

  • $100 for two grandparents and one grandchild or one grandparent and two grandchildren


The term Grandparents University® is a registered trademark originating at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is used with permission.

Contact: Erin Brokel 319-467-3668

Departments: Center for Advancement, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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The Kick. @ethan_H116 x @Meeder23 #Hawkeyes pic.twitter.com/qDooviv7H0? Hawkeye Football (@HawkeyeFootball) November 24, 2023 The Hawkeye Marching Band Steals the Show at Halftime PHOTO: JUSTIN TORNER/UI OFFICE OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION Iowa drum major Christian Frankl leads the Hawkeye Marching Band out onto Duke Slater Field at Kinnick Stadium. The 143rd Hawkeye Marching Band did not disappoint this season, performing another lineup of incredible halftime shows ranging from scores of Hollywood blockbusters made by Hawkeyes to the chart-topping music of Taylor Swift. Two performances in particular stole the show and put the 275-member band into the national spotlight. The first was its performance celebrating the Iowa women's basketball team. The show, debuted in Iowa's third game of the season, depicts Caitlin Clark celebrating after making a basket. The halftime show was featured on ESPN, Bleacher Report, and Sports Illustrated. Nearly a month later, the band performed it again for the record-breaking women's basketball crowd of 55,646 during the historic Crossover at Kinnick. Iowa showing love to Caitlin Clark 🙌(via @IowaOnBTN) pic.twitter.com/GyVbTedXiR? Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 16, 2023 The marching band again found the spotlight later in the season with its show featuring the music of Metallica. ?The Hawkeye Metal Band??a group formed by three marching band members who replaced their usual instruments with the bass, guitar, and drum set?played alongside the marching band to bring a more authentic metal sound to the show. The performance was entered into Metallica's inaugural marching band competition, ?For Whom The Band Tolls,? where Iowa is currently one of five Division I collegiate finalists competing for $75,000 worth of musical equipment. It?s Game Day in Iowa City!And you do not want to miss tonight?s halftime show? pic.twitter.com/jfbr87qfVE? Hawkeye Marching Band (@HawkeyeBand) September 30, 2023 Hawkeye Players and Coaches Win Top Honors PHOTO: JEROD RINGWALD/HAWKEYESPORTS.COM Iowa defensive coordinator Phil Parker coaches from the sidelines during a game at Kinnick Stadium on Oct. 7, 2023. Iowa Hawkeyes took home various Big Ten and national honors at the end of the season. Star player Cooper DeJean received recognition for his play on the defensive side of the ball and as a punt returner, making All-Big Ten first-team defense and first-team special teams. DeJean also earned two individual awards in the conference, being named the Tatum-Woodson Defensive Back of the Year and the Rodgers-Dwight Return Specialist of the Year. Finally, he was named a finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, which goes to the best defensive back in the nation, and the Nagurski Award, which goes to the nation's top defensive player. 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐍𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧'𝐬 𝐓𝐨𝐩 𝐏𝐮𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫 🏆Tory Taylor has won the @RayGuyAward!#Hawkeyes pic.twitter.com/uqFlKlpiN3? Hawkeye Football (@HawkeyeFootball) December 9, 2023 Punter Tory Taylor joined DeJean on the All-Big Ten first-team special teams and won the Eddleman-Fields Big Ten Punter of the Year Award. Along with these honors, Taylor also became the first Hawkeye to win the Ray Guy Award, which is given to the best punter in the nation. Iowa's coaching staff also brought home awards this season as defensive coordinator Phil Parker won the Broyles Award, which is presented annually to the best assistant coach in college football. Parker received this honor for leading Iowa to a fifth-ranked defense in the nation, and he was the only defensive coach nominated for the award. The Hawkeyes Go Bowling PHOTO: CHRISTINE VALORA A Hawkeye fan holds up a sign at Kinnick Stadium during the 2023 football season. There's one more game to go! The Hawkeyes' 10-2 record landed them a spot in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl, where they will go against the 25th-ranked Tennessee Volunteers. Watch the Hawkeyes' final matchup of the season on New Year's Day at 12 p.m. (CT) on ABC.

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