When COVID-19 spread across the world earlier this year, the University of Iowa was ready to help lead the fight.
University of Iowa Health Care experts and specialists collaborated on Waterloo woman’s life-or-death case, which involved an astounding recovery and a healthy baby.
College of Public Health students have the unique experience of helping the local public health department and wider community handle the coronavirus pandemic, all while gaining valuable skills.
“Being a member of the Hawkeye family is about more than wearing black and gold; it’s is our work ethic, friendliness, and willingness to collaborate even when it doesn’t involve personal gain. Right now, that means wearing a mask to help reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for everyone in our community. It also means we will not tolerate anything but a safe and inclusive campus for people of all backgrounds regardless of race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, ancestry, or disability. If you experience or witness bias related to the virus, contact the Campus Inclusion Team or the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity.”
President Bruce Harreld
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