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Student Affairs staff from Health and Recreation Services and Student Wellness Services take the "It's on Us" pledge, a national campaign to stop sexual assault.

UNI Students at UNI Day, a day at the State Capitol to advocate for UNI

Students putting together meals for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

Families and students gather in GBPAC to meet with departments and organizations across campus.

Students explore downtown Cedar Falls at "Panthers on Main."

TC poses with students at the annual Welcome Week Picnic, an annual event welcoming students back to campus for the fall semester.

Division of Student Affairs staff - Kristi Marchesani and Heather Place - were among those honored with the 2015 Diversity Matters Award.

Students play life size boardgames in celebration of their return to UNI.

Diversity Matters Awards nominations now being accepted

Posted on Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

Nominations are now being sought for the Diversity Matters Awards which are given annually at the Town Hall Meeting on Diversity held in the spring of each year. The awards recognize the dedication and service to the University of Northern Iowa in advancement of its diversity-related goals. All faculty, staff, students and community members are eligible to be nominated. Nominations may be made by students, staff, and faculty; self-nominations will be accepted. Nomination forms can be downloaded here and are due by December 11, 2012. 

PSE graduate students attend NASPA regional conference

Posted on Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

Graduate students from the Postsecondary Education: Student Affairs Program at UNI found themselves in Madison, Wisconsin November 4-6 for the NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators) Region IV-E Conference. Students were afforded the opportunity through the partnership the PSE program has with the student affairs division at UNI.  NASPA was founded in 1919 and since then has more than 13,000 members, in all 50 states, and 29 countries.

Admissions pushes for more peer outreach

Posted on Friday, November 2nd, 2012

Panther Push is an outreach program where UNI students return to their hometown high schools to give prospective students insight about life on campus and encourage them to consider UNI.  The Panther Push committee has been hard at work the last couple weeks and is hoping for a record-setting year in terms of participation, seeking to sign up over 300 students and breaking the 1998 record of 200.

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