Recent News

Tippie Tech scores

August 1, 2018

Several Tippie Tech students took home awards from contests held during the first ever U.S. Information Technology Collegiate Conference held in San Antonio in April 2018.

Firms strategically tweet only good news

July 2, 2018

A new study from the Tippie College of Business confirms the expectation that publicly traded firms tend to strategically tweet financial information only if they have good news to report.

Study casts doubt on the assumption that women have more negative attitudes about clinical research

June 25, 2018

Cardiovascular disease kills more women every year than any other disease, but researchers looking for cures have long been vexed by low numbers of women willing to participate in clinical trials that are needed to develop the drugs and techniques that can save lives. For years, researchers have surmised that women simply have more negative attitudes about various aspects of clinical research. But a new study by a researcher at the University of Iowa casts doubt on that assumption.

In the news

June 25, 2018

According to Assistant Professor of Accounting Scott Asay, his research indicates forward-looking statements still mislead investors, despite disclaimers.

Brown works to keep her vanishing culture alive

June 13, 2018

Brought to Iowa as part of Governor Robert Ray’s resettlement initiative, Matsalyn Brown preserves the culture of her people, the Tai Dam of Vietnam.

Big year for big data

June 8, 2018

On the lunar-solar Chinese calendar, 2018 is the year of the dog, but around the Tippie College of Business, 2018 may just become known as the year of business analytics.

Research standouts: Gender in the workplace

June 8, 2018

The Tippie College of Business accomplished a major coup in the past two years when it hired three new assistant professors in the Department of Management and Organizations (M&O) — Michele Williams, Rong Su, and Beth Livingston. Each woman is outstanding in her field of research, and serendipitously, what they have in common is an interest in gender research aimed at solving real-world business problems.