Hawkeye Reads

A good story has the power to be transformational. A good story cuts across boundaries and sparks meaningful discussion.

Hawkeye Reads is a campus-wide program that seeks to support the College’s Institutional Outcomes and increase literacy. It promotes dialogue among students, faculty, and staff across the campus. To put it simply, Hawkeye Reads uses reading to build community.

The 2022–2023 Hawkeye Reads book selection is Disability Visibility: First Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century.

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There are several ways you can get a free copy of Disability Visibility: First Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century:

Adopt the Hawkeye Reads Book Selection for your Class

Nominate a Book for Hawkeye Reads

Hawkeye Reads book nominations are being accepted on an on-going basis.

Suggestions should ideally support the Fiscal Year 2024 Institutional Learning Outcome, Communicate Effectively: Convey information through verbal, written, technological, or visual means. Use creative expression to convey ideas.

Please submit your nomination for the 2023–2024 Hawkeye Reads by November 1, 2022.

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In which format(s) is the book available? *
Which Institutional Outcome does this book fit?

Contact Information

Hawkeye Reads Committee

Arts and Culture Coordinator

Lindsay Buehler
Black Hawk Hall 252A
319-296-4464
Email Jennifer Bates

Associate Professor

Robin Sprague
Grundy Hall 236
319-296-2329 ext.1703
Email Robin Sprague

Faculty Committee Seats

2019-2023

Michaela Rich
Black Hawk Hall 258C
319-296-2329 ext.1372
Email Michaela Rich

2020–2023

Lisa Muñoz
Black Hawk Hall 108
319-296-2329 ext.1043
Email Lisa Muñoz

2021–2023

Mikki Savage
Health Education and Services Center 203
319-296-2329 ext.1213
Email Mikki Savage

Library Staff

Candace Havely
Library 124
319-296-4229
Email Candace Havely

Megan Blackford
Library 122
319-296-2329 ext.1231
Email Megan Blackford

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