College of Education
This camp is designed for young male students interested in exploring, discovering and expanding learning experiences and opportunities through science, environmental learning and technology! Bring your special gifts, talents, creative thinking and constructive building skills. Extra time will be spent at UNII's Wellness/Recreation Center and other sites on campus! Have a little fun rock climbing, playing basketball, racquetball, table tennis, volleyball and more. Enjoy the pleasure of eating lunch daily at UNI's dining center!
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Ages: 1st-5th Grades
This session is designed to allow girls to use their creativity and imagination by using a variety of musical instruments, scarves, jump ropes, hula hoops, art materials, and creating their own original games and toys! Using environmental materials will enhance these learning experiences. Each student will have daily and individual access to technology as well as a wealth of children's books and literacy materials! Enjoy the honor of visiting various sites on UNI's campus and eating lunch daily in UNI's dining center!
9 a.m.-3 p.m. daily
Ages: Grades K-5
Cost: $110 per week
This camp is designed for girls in grades kindergarten through fifth grades who are eager to have lots of creative learning and challenging experiences. Learn how to sew on a sewing machine, do stitchery, quiltmaking, crochet, braid, create your own books and stories. Daily use of technolgy for each girl is a highlight of this camp!
Enjoy the experience of being on a university campus, eating lunch in one of the dining centers, visit various sites on campus, especially the Wellness/Recreation Center where we will try a little rock climbing (only if interested), volleyball, badminton, racquetball, basketball, aerobics and more!
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily
Ages: Grades K-5
Cost: $110.00 per week
The Adapted Sports Camp is the only opportunity in the state for youth using wheelchairs to compete in recreational sports. Athletes can participate in track and field, basketball, hand cycling, football, rugby, softball, tennis and many others. The goal is to get most athletes with a disability to learn that they have many abilities to achieve success in sports activities, and then translate that to have the confidence to look at many other obstacles that may come up in their lives and find a way to overcome them.
International Dance Theatre will present its annual spring show. The show will feature ballroom, tap and ethnic dances from around the world. The show is suitable for the entire family. Tickets are $3 for students and $6 for the general public.
International Dance Theatre will present their annual spring show. This show will feature ballroom, tap and ethnic dance forms from around the world. The show is suitable for the entire family. Tickets are $3 for students and $6 for the general public.
This is the 45th annual Elementary Literacy and Reading Recovery Conference offering professional development.
The Jacobson Center for Comprehensive Literacy is sponsoring an Academy (new) and the Reading Recovery pre-conference.
The Multicultural Teaching Alliance, in partnership with the Student Council for Exceptional Children, will host its 2nd Annual Educating Educators Conference. This year's theme is Exploring Exceptionalities. Julie Landsman, author of A White Teacher Talks About Race, will serve as the keynote speaker. College of Education faculty will facilitate breakout sessions focusing on special and gifted education.This event is free and is open to all teacher education students, faculty, staff and community partners.
"High Ground: 11 Wounded Warriors, Climbing Home From War" follows a group of veterans from Irag and Afghanistan as they climb Mt. Lobuche in the Himalayas attempting to heal the emotional and physical wounds of war. Panel discussion featuring members of the UNI Veterans Association and Chad Jukes, one of the soldiers featured in the film, follows the screening. Refreshments will be served; free and open to the public.