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Megan Yoder

University Housing and Dining Partners to Create Successful Employment within Local Community

For individuals looking for a job, finding the right position is more than just the job itself.

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University Housing and Dining shares fall feedback survey data

When the University of Iowa began making plans for the Fall 2020 semester, students, faculty, and staff knew that this would be a semester like no other in the institution’s history.

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Schnelle receives campus program grant from the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women

A coordinated community response to sexual misconduct on campus is essential to creating a safe and inclusive environment at the University of Iowa.

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Connecting Students in the Residence Halls During COVID-19

For students choosing to live on campus, the benefits of having a sense of community allow students to build a network of connections and lifelong friends.

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Managing Stress at the University of Iowa

College can be a stressful time in any student’s life.

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Living in Style

University Housing and Dining holds 2019 Amazing Room Contest For students living on campus, their room is more than just a living space.

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Food Handcrafted on Campus

For University Dining chefs, making entrees is more than just creating food, it is an educational opportunity for students to learn beyond the classroom.

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Education Outside the Classroom

University Housing and Dining adopts Residence Education Model (REM)At the University of Iowa, learning and education does not end when a student leaves the classroom.

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The Food You Love. Made Allergy Free.

University Housing and Dining opens Thrive StationFor students with food allergies, eating the foods they love can be difficult.

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Education Beyond the Classroom

University Housing and Dining Implements Residence Education Model (REM) For students at the University of Iowa, choosing to live on campus is more than a place to live—it’s an experience.

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