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WRS student employees pose next to a celebratory banner for Student Employee Appreciation Week April 14-18th.

Peer Teaching Assistants, Morgan Nibe, Joellen Hatchett, Chad Franson, and Whitney Stoolman, joined the audience at the First-Year Celebration.

Student employees, Ally Andersen and Kylie Bluhman, with the Office of Admissions prepare to assist visitors during an UNI Up Close visit day.

Executives of the UNI Residence Hall Association joined President Ruud in the Piazza for a discussion on residence life.

Vice President Hogan and President Ruud present the 2014 Sue Follon Exemplary Service Award to Linda Bengston, Judy Hammer, Janet MacTaggart, Paul Sapp, and Matt Copp

The Division of Student Affairs sponsored Postsecondary Education: Student Affairs graduate students to attend the 2013 NASPA Conference.

Division of Student Affairs staff - Paul Sapp, Kathy Green, and Bryant Dowd - were among those honored with the 2014 Diversity Matters Award.

Department of Residence public artwork is produced on campus by UNI students, alumni

Posted on Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

The Department of Residence Panther Village public artwork, Bowers, is being fabricated this summer in the sculpture studio on the University of Northern Iowa campus.  Lynn Basa, a Chicago-based artist and educator, was selected to design the artwork.  When she visited campus and saw the technical and physical capacity of the sculpture studio, she initiated a collaboration that would benefit UNI students and, at the same time, contribute to the local economy with the local purchase of materials and labor.  Photos of the project progress were taken in mid-July and accompany

Welcome new staff member, Ashley Minshall

Posted on Monday, July 18th, 2011

Ashley Minshall assumed the position of the new Program Coordinator/Campus Activities at the Student Involvement and Activities Center in the Maucker Union on July 5. Her primary responsibilities include advising Campus Activities Board, Panther Productions, homecoming and leading student programming and related initiatives for the Student Involvement and Activities Center.

Pathfinder staff members provide important leadership for incoming students in Jump Start Orientation

Posted on Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

The UNI Jump Start Orientation Program is in its 13th year of providing new students from ethnically, culturally, and socioeconomically diverse backgrounds with a "jump start" on their first year at the university. Jump Start is an extended orientation program that provides students with an opportunity to make a smooth transition to the University.

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