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

May 8, 2018

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

UI-developed STEM curriculum to be used in national teaching event

October 2, 2017

A curriculum developed at the University of Iowa that teaches STEM concepts to high school students will be used during the Day of Design, a national STEM education program, held on Oct. 6.

Celebrating our success

June 28, 2017

Thanks to the Tippie College’s alumni, friends, faculty, staff, and corporate partners, the college has met its $125 million comprehensive campaign goal.

Reception held to honor U of I alumni Henry B. Tippie's 90th birthday

January 27, 2017

One of the University of Iowa's more successful alumni, Henry B. Tippie, was honored Friday afternoon at the business school named in his honor, Henry B. Tippie College of Business.

Philanthropy of Henry Tippie aids Belle Plaine, University of Iowa

January 22, 2017

Now 90, entrepreneur still building on horizons.

This season: Be specific in making that New Year's resolution

December 31, 2016

New Year’s resolutions should be those single steps that start us down the road to better health, stronger finances or a more fulfilling life, according to Eastern Iowa goalsetting experts.“You have the rest of your life to become a better version of yourself, so you might as well start slow,” said Mark Archibald, assistant director of the First Year Experience undergraduate program in the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business.

UI study finds whistleblowers prevent future financial misreporting

December 20, 2016

A recent study by a University of Iowa business professor claims to offer the nation’s regulatory community something that it hasn’t seen before: evidence that whistleblower programs not only flag current financial hijinks but also deter companies from playing fast and loose with the rules in the future.

Whistle-blowers spur companies to change their ways

December 16, 2016

Federal and state whistle-blower programs that award bounties to individuals providing tips about corporate fraud have grown in recent years. They are increasingly seen as a way to help understaffed regulators enhance their oversight of sprawling and complex corporations. New research by Jaron H. Wilde, assistant professor of accounting at the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business, has found a sharp and lasting drop in financial wrongdoing at companies that were subject to whistle-blower investigations.

This holiday season, beware shopping while lonely

December 18, 2016

For the past decade, Jing “Alice” Wang has been exploring the question: “What happens when consumers feel lonely?" There is a good amount of research already out there, Wang said, documenting how people who are lonely tend to engage in various impulsive behaviors that they often later come to regret.

Flipping a large enrollment classroom with Canvas

December 7, 2016

When it was first announced that the University of Iowa was planning to pilot Canvas as part of Unizin, Jon Garfinkel, finance professor at the Tippie College of Business, realized this could be just the opportunity he needed to try flipping his new undergrad course.