Bridging the Humanities and Sciences

As a faculty member of the new College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences, do you find yourself bridging the gap between the disciplines of the humanities and the sciences?

AmeriCorps Members Lead Projects On MLK Day

Elevate & Inspire: The Youds Challenge

Eileen Youds

Eileen ('80 Mathematics and Chemistry) and Bob ('80 Industrial Technology) Youds will tell you that their UNI experience helped form the solid base from which they launched successful and fulfillin

CHAS Alum, Gary Scholten, Receives the UNI Alumni Achievement Award

CHAS Alum, Gary Scholten, Receives the UNI Alumni Achievement Award

Gary Scholten, '80 Mathematics, has received the UNI Alumni Association's 2011-12 Alumni Achievement Award.

New U.S.-Brazil Program in Communication Disorders

Students on two continents are participating in a new, innovative program designed to promote research into communication disorders across languages and cultures.

UNI Team Wins ATMAE Robotics Competition

The UNI robotics team just won 1st place in the 2011 ATMAE robotics competition. They won 1st in the overall score, 1st in the contest, as well as the Best Poster Award.

Carlin Hageman Awarded Fellowship

Carlin Hageman was named Fellow at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s Annual Convention on November 18th in San Diego.

Two UNI Alums to Graduate with Doctoral Degrees

Both UNI alum and graduates of the Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders, Laura Gingrich and Lindsey Leacox, will receive their Ph.D. from Florida State University (FSU) this month.

UNI students to present blueprint for a sustainable society

Cedar Falls, Iowa – A group of students enrolled in the course “Introduction to Sustainability” at the University of Northern Iowa will present a public forum on “Visioning a Sustainable

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