Upper Iowa University is the title sponsor for West Union (WU) RAGBRAI when the bicycle riders and their support teams arrive in West Union for the final overnight stop of RAGBRAI XLIX. “An amazing group of Team Peacock riders,…
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Upper Iowa University is pleased to announce its newest Corporate Advantage Partnership (CAP) with Workforce Edge. Workforce Edge is a free online platform for companies that makes it easier to manage the education benefit…
The Upper Iowa University Alumni Speaker Series resumes Wednesday, May 25, with “Rise to the Journey” presented by Jessica Goltz ‘21. The program begins at 6 p.m. CST. A graduate of UIU’s psychology self-paced program,…
Upper Iowa University recognized a pair of graduates for their UIU community leadership during the May 7 commencement ceremonies at its Fayette, Iowa, Campus. Kiersten Koch of Freeport, Illinois, and Sara Zainal of Morgantown,…
Black History Month is dedicated to recognizing the role of Black Americans in U.S. history: celebrating their achievements, contributions, and rich culture through a variety of engaging and educational programs.
Womxn’s History Month is dedicated to recognizing the role of womxn in US history.
This is the first day in a series. Learn how to navigate uiuLearn, our online learning platform. Topics covered include: logging in, finding your syllabus, posting in a discussion board, resources available to you and…