IOWA CITY, IOWA (September 15, 2020) More than 40 current students at the University of Iowa are helping to shape the future of the UI by serving on one of 18 charter committees that advise institutional leadership on topics ranging from diversity and teaching to research and intercollegiate athletics.

The charter committees are another example of the University's commitment to the long tradition of shared governance in which university-wide policies and initiatives are made in collaboration with the campus's many leaders and shared governance representatives.

Learn more about each of the UI's charter committees by clicking HERE.

To learn more about shared governance at the UI, click HERE.

Erin Golden of Moline, IL 61265 [Charter committee(s): Financial Aid Advisory and Recreational Services]

Sami Kayali of Bettendorf, IA 52722 [Charter committee(s): University Libraries]

About the University of Iowa

The University of Iowa is one of the nation's premier public-research universities, dedicated to academic excellence, groundbreaking discoveries and creations, commitment to Iowa and the world, and a culture that prizes community, diversity, and opportunity.

The UI is known around the world for its leadership in the arts, sciences, and humanities. It is home to the first and best creative-writing program in the world, a world-class academic medical center and one of America's top teaching hospitals, and a can-do culture that fosters a campus-wide dedication to student success.

To learn more about the University of Iowa, click HERE.

To learn more about shared governance at the UI, click HERE.

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