Established in 1967, the International Writing Program (IWP) connects well-established writers from around the globe, bringing international literature into classrooms, introducing American writers to other cultures through reading tours, and serving as a clearinghouse for literary news and a wealth of archival and pedagogical materials.
The College of Education produces scholars and leaders in teaching, counseling, psychology, higher education, assessment, and more. Our programs are led by world-class experts in a diverse range of fields and disciplines.
Since its creation in 2008, the Division of World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures has engaged in concerted efforts to promote collaboration across its constituent units, to increase the diversity of the campus curriculum in languages, literatures, and cultures, and to foster a nuanced understanding of foreign cultures and their significance for the success of Iowa students in today’s increasingly globalized world.
Special Collections and Archives, as part of the University of Iowa Libraries, advances direct engagement in learning, research, and creative work through providing staff expertise and exceptional collections on our campus and worldwide.
The University of Iowa is committed to enriching the global experience of students, faculty, staff, and the greater community. International Programs does this by providing leadership and support for internationally-oriented teaching, research, creative work and community engagement. We encourage students to see the world in a whole new way. Take a look around and see why thousands of students from Iowa and the world call us home each year.