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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.

"Communication in the workplace” survey available

Posted on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

The Organizational Communication Assessment class at the University of Northern Iowa is conducting a research study about communication within the workplace.  The purpose of the research study is to obtain a better understanding of UNI’s communication model and to learn about the variety of communication channels used to send and receive information across the UNI campus. 
 

Minard receives Outstanding Young Professional Award

Posted on Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Financial Aid Counselor, Elizabeth Minard, has received the Outstanding Young Professional Award. The award was given at the annual IASFAA (Iowa Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators) conference. The conference was held in Des Moines on April 4-5. The award recognizes the achievements of a financial aid professional who has been in the financial aid profession for five years or less but has already made significant contributions. 

Randall Kennedy, Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, to speak at UNI

Posted on Friday, February 15th, 2013

A reception for the keynote speaker of the Annual Human Rights Conference of the Waterloo Commission on Human Rights will take place on Thursday, February 28, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.  (See the next paragraph about the conference.)  This reception will take place in the multipurpose room and lobby of the Center for Multicultural Education.  The keynote speaker is Randall Kennedy, the Michael R. Klein Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and the author most recently ofThe Persistence of the Color Line: Racial Politics and the Obama Presidency.

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