Robin Hemley, July 22, 2014

“Exporting American Universities, MOOC’s and Yale in Singapore” Watch this program here Exporting American universities—including the University of Iowa and others through MOOC’s—holds considerable fascination today. Robin Hemley will talk about his newest employer, Yale—NUS, Singapore’s first liberal arts college. He will share his thoughts and experiences with this new and exciting venture. Robin HemleyContinue reading “Robin Hemley, July 22, 2014”

Barry Butler, July 9, 2014

“Wind Energy: A Global View as Seen from Iowa” Watch this program here Wind is an increasing source of renewable energy, both domestically and internationally. In recent years, 30-40% of all new electric generating capacity constructed in the U.S. has involved wind energy. Texas, Iowa and California lead the U.S. in wind energy production, butContinue reading “Barry Butler, July 9, 2014”

Nicholas Colangelo, June 24, 2014

“International is the Benchmark of a College Education” Watch this program here The mark of a major college of education is the vibrancy of its international aspect. This includes international students, international faculty, international partnerships, and international program offerings. Nicholas Colangelo will discuss what the UI College of Education is doing in terms of internationalContinue reading “Nicholas Colangelo, June 24, 2014”