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Diversity committees 'disappointed and frustrated' with UI's response to Black Lives Matter movement
A coalition of diversity councils told University of Iowa's president that they are "severely disappointed and frustrated" with the campus' response, or lack of a response, to the Black Live Matter movement in an open letter Monday.Continue Reading
"Sandler’s fight against gender discrimination started in 1969, when she attempted to enter the academic workforce after earning a doctorate in education from the University of Maryland.Continue Reading
Two groups at the University of Iowa have decided to award their annual women’s rights honor to the four field hockey players whose complaint triggered a federal investigation of the UI Athletics Department.Continue Reading