This year’s Institute continued working with the 1855 Johnson County Historic Poor Farm.
Obermann Working Groups provide a shared space for interdisciplinary exploration—an intellectual repast—and a chance to create new intellectual partnerships.
Our funding and people power helped to support scholarly lectures, public art exhibits and performances, workshops, and conference attendance.
A media workshop, a new journal, and several rhetoric seminars filled out POROI’s year.
Co-edited by Teresa Mangum, this new book series is a collaboration between the University of Iowa Press and the Obermann Center.
Obermann Conversations seek to bring Obermann scholars into informal dialogue with both a public partner and an interdisciplinary audience.
Last year, the Obermann Center co-sponsored several events that addressed the future of public higher education.
The mission of the DeLTA Center is to discover and communicate the organizing principles of learning and development that are essential for overcoming grand challenges in health and education.