A new Pancheros Mexican Grill marketing campaign rolling out this week features a component developed by a team of UI marketing students as part of a class project.
National Endowment for the Arts Research and Analysis Director Sunil Iyengar spoke on "Measuring the Creative Economy: Motives, Methods, and Results" on Monday, Sept. 21, as part of the University of Iowa’s ongoing Creative Matters lecture series.
Iyengar, who joined the NEA in 2006, has led the agency in conducting groundbreaking analyses of how the arts impact society and influence the sciences, including a unique study on the U.S. creative economy. The NEA celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
Nicholas McCarty routinely “goes where no man has gone before.”
At least that is how the University of Iowa junior describes being a part of a research team. He reasons that “every time you conduct an experiment, you are serving to advance the realm of human knowledge. Ultimately, we hope to use these experiments to improve the lives of others.”
Amrita Nain, assistant professor of finance in the Tippie College of Business, explains why it's so important for Des Moines' economy that it retains the Meredith headquarters after the media company's merger with MediaGeneral.
The summer has come and gone, and the fall semester is underway. Like you, I used the summer to conduct research and honor other academic commitments, with a bit of vacation squeezed in between. (This summer, I chaired a subcommittee of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Scientific Computing Advising Committee that was responsible for reviewing and issuing recommendations on an exascale technology plan for the nation. If you’re interested, you can read more here).