Recent News

Philip A. Hadley Finance Lab to open fall 2019

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Finance students will soon enjoy collaborative workstations and individual study spaces thanks to a recent gift from Philip and Nicole Hadley of Riverside, Connecticut. The Philip A. Hadley Finance Lab is set to open in fall 2019 and will be located on the second floor of the Pappajohn Business Building, overlooking the West Galleria.   

First person: time to celebrate

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

I spent my 21st birthday in Venice, Italy. Before leaving for my study abroad program, many of my friends and family asked me if I was sad I wouldn’t be spending my 21st in the U.S. considering turning 21 is celebrated much differently in America than in Europe. I appreciated their thought; however, I was more than happy to be celebrating by exploring and immersing myself in a new culture.

Tippie faculty member honored with top teaching award

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Greg Stewart, professor of management and entrepreneurship and the Mary H. Bell Chair in Leadership, received a 2018 President and Provost Award for Teaching Excellence in recognition of his years of outstanding teaching.

Scandals, whistleblowers, and spotlights: three trends that affect corporations in unexpected ways

Monday, February 18, 2019

Meet the Whistleblower Effect, the Scandal Effect, and Spotlight Effect. 

First person: week one at CIMBA

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

I arrived in Paderno del Grappa, the town where CIMBA is located, around 4:30PM on Monday. Immediately after getting off the bus, we were instructed to pick up our welcome packets, drop off our things in our rooms, and attend our first welcome orientation meeting.

Tippie Honors 2019 Alum and Young Alum of the Year award winners

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

UI Tippie College honors 2019 Alum and Young Alum of the Year Award winners at annual Chicago Luncheon on Feb. 12. /node/66496

Wait! Study suggests methods that can reduce customer aggravation over wait times

Monday, February 4, 2019

Waiting is inevitable, but a new study from the University of Iowa finds that people perceive their wait to be shorter if they think about things in more concrete detail while they’re stuck in line.