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UNI's Dance Marathon raises a record breaking $278,135.04 for the Blank Children's Hospital

Heather Place, graduate assistant in the Division of Student Affairs, was the selected speaker at recent graduate commencement ceremony

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

Blake Findley and Kara Poppe were recognized as 2015 recipients of the Lux Service Award at the commencement ceremony

Recipients of the Servant Leadership Award, an award designed to recognize students of any age who demonstrate servant leadership

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.

Recipients of the Outstanding Student Leader Award which recognizes graduating seniors who have demonstrated dedication and leadership through their involvement in one or more campus activities

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

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

Panther Peek visit days continue through November 18

Posted on Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

Prospective students and their families get more than a peek at Panther Peek visit days hosted by Admissions.  Nine events are scheduled through November 18.  The single-day visits include a campus tour, an optional financial aid session, introductions to majors and careers, and lunch on campus.  October 24 is dedicated to introducing the College of Business and October 31 is dedicated to introducing the College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences. 
 

Marian Wright Edelman gives audience context for plight of children in poverty

Posted on Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

The Center for Multicultural Education hosted Marian Wright Edelman, who is known as the "greatest child advocate in the world," October 14.  Her presentation included success stories that are having a positive impact on children in poverty. Edelman's visit is part of campus-wide initiative "Reaching for Higher Ground: Community after 9/11."
For more information on the Edelman presentation, link here.

Explore career in student affairs at M.A.E. Preview Day, November 11

Posted on Thursday, October 13th, 2011

The Postsecondary Education: Student Affairs M.A.E. Program, in collaboration with the Division of Student Affairs, will host the Second Annual Fall Preview Day on Friday, November 11, 2011.  Individuals interested in learning more about the program and the Division of Student Affairs are invited to register for this event.

Foundations of Excellence (FoE) Transfer Focus self-study is complete

Posted on Thursday, October 6th, 2011

With approximately one-third of new students entering the university as transfer students each year, this study has been both necessary and enlightening.  The study, which began in the fall of 2009, was conducted by nine dimension review committees comprised of 79 faculty, staff and students. 
 
The final report can be viewed here.

New name - Coordinating Council on Disability Accommodations has become the Disability Advisory and Advocacy Committee

Posted on Thursday, October 6th, 2011

President Allen has recently approved some changes to the former CCSA.  The new committee will be composed of 17 members, representing all colleges and those units directly involved in addressing disability issues.  Special Education Professor Deb Gallagher has been appointed chair.  The committee will be responsible for advising the President’s Cabinet on matters related to campus accessibility and the provision of disability services to student, faculty and staff and, more specifically, advising the departments of Student Disability Services and Human Resource Services on disability-relat

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