Recent News

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.

Joe Ceryanec: Deloitte CFO of the Year

Friday, February 1, 2019

Joe Ceryanec (BBA84) has been named the Deloitte CFO of the Year. Ceryanec is featured in this Des Moines Business Record article.

The downside of carrying the most weight at work

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Associate Pprofessor of Management and Entrepreneurship Ning Li and his research on office rock stars are part of this Wall Street Journal article. (Readers may need a subscription to read this article.)

Tippie offers undergraduate to graduate transition program

Monday, January 28, 2019

Tippie offers a new undergrad-to-graduate option that allows undergraduate students in designated majors to start taking graduate classes their senior year so they can get a master's degree just one year after their bachelor's degree. Learn more in this Daily Iowan article.

First person: preparation

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Preparing to go abroad has been an ongoing process. After making the decision to study abroad, choosing a program, and planning my course schedule with my advisor, I was ready to apply to the CIMBA Program. The application process was straightforward: my transcripts, answering a number of short essay questions about how I could benefit from the experience, and a faculty reference letter.

First person: the decision to study abroad

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Before my college career began, I knew I wanted to study abroad. No one in my family, not even extended relatives, had ventured outside North America. I wanted to be the first and I made sure my advisor knew this when we met at orientation.