Center for Human Rights: "Affiliated with the University of Iowa's College of Law, the University of Center for Human Rights (UICHR) has as its mission the promotion and protection of human rights at home and abroad through distinguished multidisciplinary leadership in human rights research, education, and public service to The University of Iowa, its surrounding communities, the State of Iowa, and beyond." 

Labor Center: "The Labor Center conducts educational programming for workers and their organizations. Since the Labor Center's founding in 1951, tens of thousands of Iowa workers and union members have participated in Labor Center classes on practical industrial relations, labor and employment law, occupational health and safety, labor history, communications and leadership, and economics and public policy. Today, as part of The University of Iowa College of Law, the Center annually reaches over 2,500 adult learners through a wide range of non-credit course offerings both on and off campus. The Labor Center also conducts applied research; engages in community partnerships, outreach events, and special projects related to labor issues; provides information on labor and workplace issues to faculty, students, and the public; and mentors students interested in careers in labor-related fields." 

Center for Evaluation and Assessment: "Housed in the College of Education at the University of Iowa, the Center for Evaluation and Assessment (CEA) conducts multiple forms of program evaluation in collaboration with colleges, universities, and school systems throughout the United States. Program evaluators do formative and summative work, utilizing a variety of methodologies to meet the needs of project stakeholders. Under charter since 1992, the CEA has been a Board of Regents approved center, and it has completed over 150 evaluations of educational and social programs. Project funding has come from the National Science Foundation, National Institute of Health, United States Department of Education, United States Department of Health and Human Services, United States Housing and Urban Development, Iowa Department of Education, Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, California Department of Education, and other sources. CEA services not only inform projects and decision-making but also advance evaluation work and methodologies, including the measurement and assessment of applied educational initiatives."

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