Articles from 2022

Joyce Berg

Professor Joyce E. Berg retires

Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Numbers seem like an appropriate way to summarize Professor Joyce Berg’s career. She is, after all, an accounting professor. And the numbers are staggering...
Mark and Bonnie Penno

Professor Mark C. Penno retires

Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Penno's teachings helped form the reputation of Tippie students being able to think through and analyze problems—one of the reasons our graduates are sought after.
Tom Carroll

Professor Thomas J. Carroll retires

Tuesday, November 15, 2022
If you ever took a financial reporting or accounting theory class from Professor of Instruction Tom Carroll, you know he put students through their paces.
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Tips to avoid conversational meltdowns at the Thanksgiving dinner table

Monday, November 14, 2022
University of Iowa professor and psychologist Michele Williams says we just had the mid-term elections last week, but that’s likely something to be avoided, along with discussions about inflation, gas prices, the economy, and vaccines.
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Iowa shoppers to spend more for holidays despite inflation

Friday, November 11, 2022
According to Tippie's Nancy Abram, with inflation falling to 7.7% the outlook for the Christmas shopping season is looking up.
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Tippie’s Delta Sigma Pi chapter recognized nationally

Friday, November 11, 2022
The professional business fraternity is a coed organization meant to help students become a meaningful part of the Tippie Community, reach their fullest potential as a student as a future professional, and lead to lifelong friendships.

Tippie Diversity Committee - November 2022 Update

Tuesday, November 8, 2022
DEI themes for fall focus on belonging—and what better way to focus on belonging than to celebrate the inclusion of first-generation faculty, staff, and students at Tippie during National First-Gen College Celebration Week.
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Tech Education Is Racist—Here's How to Fix It, Experts Say

Monday, November 7, 2022
A new paper finds structural racism in academic STEM programs. The problems with education often mean obstacles to hiring minorities. Experts say the results of the report tally with their own experiences.
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Forecasting the future of election prediction markets

Friday, November 4, 2022
After flying under the radar as academic experiments, markets like the Iowa Electronic Markets (IEM) are facing close regulatory scrutiny. But they are worth preserving, The New York Times says.
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Two University of Iowa professors lead the way to address gender gaps in publishing of research

Friday, November 4, 2022
Tippie professors Rong Su and Kang Zhao are trying to understand why gender gaps exist in scholarly research studies. They were awarded $289,000 from the NSF to find out why male researchers are published more often than women researchers.