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T. Anne Cleary Ash Trees

The Diversifying of Tree Species on the UI Campus

After historical waves of invasive species infestations, diversifying the campus’ tree species has been of major importance to FM's Landscape Services team for many years.  Learn more about the...

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Iowa recognized by EPA as a top green power user

The University of Iowa, which recently became a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Green Power Partner, is recognized on several of the EPA’s Top Green Power Partner Lists. Iowa is ranked...

Old Capitol dome regilding to begin in spring

After months of study and discussion, the University of Iowa is moving forward with a recommendation to regild the Old Capitol dome. Work is expected to begin this spring and be complete by the...

UI to embark on 10-year facilities master plan

The Iowa Board of Regents granted approval during the January meeting for the University of Iowa to proceed with planning projects that will modernize and improve the campus. The UI will begin...

Study underway on Old Capitol dome gilding

A study is currently underway to evaluate the gilding on the Old Capitol dome and to develop recommendations for repair and restoration. The study is expected to be complete by November of 2021...

View of power power plant from drone

UI tests biomass fuels to end campus coal use

In transitioning the campus off coal by 2025, the University of Iowa is looking at innovative solutions that can produce enough steam to heat campus buildings and keep campus operating....