Participants will review examples of typical Christmas letters and try techniques for writing more interesting letters.
Thanksgiving Break - No Classes
UNI Volleyball takes on Loyola.
The Panthers take on the Salukis of Southern Illinois University.
UNI Volleyball takes on Bradley.
Panther Open Houses are held several times throughout the year for prospective high school and transfer students. You and your family can meet with faculty members and talk about majors, minors, classes – all things academics. You’ll get the inside scoop from current UNI students who will take you on a tour of campus and eat lunch with you in one of our dining centers. Your campus visit wraps up with a group session on admission requirements, financing your education and living on campus.
UNI Employee Well-being encourages all employees to participate in a free Biometric Screening. This screening is offered through Wheaton Franciscan Wellness Services. All UNI employees are eligible for one (1) free screening per academic year. Spouses may sign up for $25 (blood profile only).
BASIC is a college-aged worship community. Free meal beforehand at Nazareth Lutheran Church at 6:30 p.m.
View the night sky through the computer controlled telescope at the Earth and Environmental Science Observatory. This event is free and open to the public. Meet before 8 p.m. to get to the observatory (near the polar bear). No late admissions will be allowed; no food or drink and no cellphones or other electronic devices can be used during the observatory visit.
Jeffrey S. Copeland, author of Ain’t No Harm To Kill the Devil: The Life and Legacy of John Fairfield, Abolitionist For Hire. Copeland is the author of several books of literary nonfiction, including Shell Games: The Life and Times of Pearl McGill, Industry Spy and Pioneer Labor Activist, Olivia's Story: The Conspiracy of Heroes Behind Shelley v. Kraemer and Inman's War: A Soldier's Story of Life in a Colored Battalion in WWII. All events start with open mic signup at 7 p.m.; open mic begins 7:15 p.m. Share your best five minutes of poetry, fiction or creative nonfiction. The featured reader takes the stage at 8 p.m. Coffee is provided. Books by regional writers are available for purchase. FTRS is a collaboration of Final Thursday Press; the College of Humanities, Arts & Sciences; and the Hearst Center for the Arts.
Campus Activities Board (CAB) presents the Panther Showcase. Support your fellow students. Audience members will have the chance to vote for their favorite act. Guest performers will be TK and TC. Dakaboom, a duo music/comedy pair, will serve as emcees.
Join us for the first Cedar Valley Women's Entrepreneurship Day. This event plans to unite networking and business groups for women in the Cedar Valley, empowering and celebrating women entrepreneurs in our community. Faculty, staff and students - both men and women - are encouraged to attend.
Panel members from Christian, Jewish and Muslim faiths will discuss how their religions respond to theological and moral questions related to violence.
Coordinated by professor of composition and theory Jonathan Schwabe, UNI School of Music student composers will showcase their work in this fall recital. This event is free and open to the public.
Participants will make fall-themed crafts that can be used in future early childhood classrooms.
Pam Schwartz, Boone County Historical Society, will present "When Is a Shoe Not Just a Shoe? Teaching History in a Local Way." The event is free and open to the public.