Recent News

Three People/Three Questions

Thursday, May 24, 2018

A Tippie alumnus, student, and professor offer up current trends worth sharing. 

Coalescence Entertainment wins Frontier Co-op-Tippie Impact Case competition

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Coalescence Entertainment Inc., a film studio and philanthropic organization owned by two University of Iowa students, received the $2,500 top prize at the Frontier Co-op–Tippie Impact competition.

In the news

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Finance faculty members Thomas Berry-Stolzle, Richard Peter, and Thomas Rietz comment on research in recent news articles in the Business Record. You must have a Business Record account to access the stories.

Team's Princi'Pal' app takes top honors at annual competition

Monday, May 14, 2018

A team from the University of Iowa captured the top spot in an annual competition sponsored by the Principal Financial Group that helps the Des Moines-based financial services company better market its product line.

The Tippie Connection: a passion for excellence and a legacy of giving back launches student’s career

Thursday, May 10, 2018

When we tell student success stories, what sometimes gets lost are the stories of all the people who made that success possible. Each one of us stands on the shoulders of those who have gone before us. Our families raised us, faculty mold us, alumni give back with their time, counsel, and hard-earned money. This is the story of a Tippie student from Burlington, Iowa, who through a solid curriculum, good advice, and hard work landed a job offer with Goldman Sachs following her graduation in May 2018. And it's also a story of some of the people whose shoulders she's standing on.  

RSM donates more than $157,000 to the college

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Accounting Today notes that top 100 Firm RSM US announced that it has donated a $157,100 gift, via its RSM US Foundation, to the University of Iowa.

The best way to stop your endless Slack notifications at work is ridiculously obvious

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Management and Organizations Professor Amy Colbert comments on communication in the office is best done in person.