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With President Barbara Wilson leading the institution and a majority of colleges led by women, the University of Iowa was named a national leader in gender equality in a 2022 study by the Eos Foundation.
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Sara Sanders joined the UI faculty in 2003 in the School of Social Work. While she saw Iowa as a great place to enter the job market after earning her PhD, Iowa saw the makings of a future leader.
Then came an opportunity from former Tippie Dean Sarah Gardial that Kristof-Brown initially resisted. It was an opportunity for three women leaders from Tippie to attend a conference or aspiring women deans at Northwestern University.
"Today's National Guard is ready and capable and a vital part of our national defense strategy," Hokanson said. "As a combat reserve of the Army [and] the Air Force, our soldiers and airmen are built to fight our nation's wars. It is manning, training and equipping for combat that allows us to also serve our communities in their time of need."
On the operational side, the Army National Guard will modernize its brigades and divisions to produce all-domain combat forces divisionally aligned with the Army as soon as possible, he said. "This will keep us seamlessly interoperable with the Army, make rotations more predictable, and give our guardsmen more leadership opportunities. Most of all, it will ensure we are ready whenever our nation calls."
Training Time Hawaii National Guard Staff Sgt. Christopher Martillano pulls a rope taut to demonstrate a high-line rescue system during humanitarian assistance and d