Northern Iowa Student Government

Applications for Executive Branch Due March 22 by 5 PM

By: Student on Sun, 03/21/2010 - 22:33

The Northern Iowa Student Government is seeking applicants for the following positions. Please apply here: http://www.uni.edu/nisg/government/nisg-open-positions.

Executive Branch 2010-2011
Director of Administration and Finance
Director of Public Relations
Director of Diversity and Student Life
Director of Governmental Relations

Executive Cabinet 2010-2011
Director of Academic Initiatives
Director of Campus Involvement
Director of Diversity Affairs
Director of Environmental Affairs
Director of Graduate Student Affairs
Director of Greek Affairs: Fraternities
Director of Greek Affairs: Sororities
Director of International Student Affairs
Director of New Student Initiatives
Director of Residence Hall Relations
Webmaster

Director of Administration and Finance—The Director of Administration and Finance shall manage and coordinate the spending of allocated funds in cooperation with the Organization and Finance Committee. The Director of Administration and Finance shall also oversee the recognition of new student organizations approved by Senate.

Director of Public Relations—The Director of Public Relations oversees the Public Relations and Programming Committee. The Director of Public Relations also shall be responsible for all press relations for Northern Iowa Student Government.

Director of Diversity and Student Life—The Director of Diversity and Student Life shall be responsible for the enhancement of student life through academic and social venues and shall promote the recognition and appreciation of diversity at the University of Northern Iowa.

Director of Governmental Relations—The Director of Governmental Relations shall meet regularly with members of the state legislature and city officials to promote student interests. The Director of Governmental Relations shall keep the student body updated on activities of the state and local government.

Apply here: http://www.uni.edu/nisg/government/nisg-open-positions. For more information, contact Student Body President-Elect Joel Anderson (joeland@uni.edu) or Vice President-Elect Emma Hashman (hashmane@gmail.com) with questions.

NOTE: All applicants must supply two references (preferably people on campus; include name, position, office phone number and e-mail address). In addition, Director of Public Relations applicants must submit a writing sample, and an example of a press release for a Web site. Please e-mail these items separately to Student Body President-Elect Joel Anderson (joeland@uni.edu) and Vice President-Elect Emma Hashman (hashmane@gmail.com). Use “Position_Name” for the subject-line.

Applications are due March 22, 2010 (TODAY) no later than 5 p.m.

Diversity First Newsletter

By: Student on Thu, 03/11/2010 - 08:45

Attached is the March 11, 2010 edition of the Diversity First Newsletter. Please contact NISG if you would like a printed copy.

Weatherization Blitz Day Workshop

By: Student on Thu, 03/11/2010 - 08:40

Learn techniques to make your home energy-efficient.

Join Green Iowa AmeriCorps on Saturday, March 13 at 9 a.m. Meet at St. John's Lutheran Church. RSVPs are welcome to (319) 273-7233 or greeniowacf@gmail.com.

Senate Agenda March 10

By: Student on Wed, 03/10/2010 - 12:10

Attached is the agenda for the 20th regular meeting of the NISG Senate, plus bills for the meeting.

Senate meets Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in the University Room, unless noted.

2010 Census: "We Can't Move Forward Until You Mail It Back"

By: Student on Tue, 03/09/2010 - 09:45

Why is it important to fill out the 2010 Census?

A story on the 2010 Census Web site reads:

Census information affects the numbers of seats your state occupies in the U.S. House of Representatives. And people from many walks of life use census data to advocate for causes, rescue disaster victims, prevent diseases, research markets, locate pools of skilled workers and more.

When you do the math, it's easy to see what an accurate count of residents can do for your community. Better infrastructure. More services. A brighter tomorrow for everyone. In fact, the information the census collects helps to determine how more than $400 billion dollars of federal funding each year is spent on infrastructure and services like:

Hospitals
Job training centers
Schools
Senior centers
Bridges, tunnels and other-public works projects
Emergency services

Participation isn't just important—it's mandatory.

Visit the 2010 Census Web site for more information: http://2010.census.gov/2010census.