College of Education
UNI Right to Life, a student-run organization, will be having a three-day series of videos and discussions to promote a dialogue on the essence of life- An Educational Series on Abortion. The discussions and videos shown will be as unbiased as possible, in order to give factual representations so people can form their own opinions. The second day of the event is:
Wednesday, November 14- Selective Abortion- Sabin 02, 7 pm- There will be a video and facilitated discussion on what it means to be able to choose characteristics of the people coming in to the world. We will also discuss laws and processes regarding selective abortion as it exists today.
UNI Right to Life, a student-run organization, will be having a three-day series of videos and discussions to promote a dialogue on the essence of life- An Educational Series on Abortion. The discussions and videos shown will be as unbiased as possible, in order to give factual representations so people can form their own opinions. The first day of the event is:
Tuesday, November 13- What is abortion? - Sabin 02, 7 pm- We will discuss what the different abortion procedures are, including when they are performed, how long they take, their costs, safety, and possible complications. These presentations will all be done using models and the information will be from medical professionals.
Students that have satisfied the requirements for admission into the UNI Teacher Education Program are invited to participate in the official induction of students into that field of study. Rick Vanderwall, instructor in the Department of Languages and Literatures, will deliver the convocation address. Becky Hawbaker, chair of the Teacher Education Faculty, will present the candidates. Michael Licari, associate provost, Academic Affairs, and dean of the Graduate College, will grant the candidates admission to the teacher education program. The pinning and affirmation of candidates will be by Becky Hawbaker. Parents and friends of the candidates are invited to attend along with UNI faculty and administrators. A reception will follow in the GBPAC lobby.
Orchesis Dance Company and International Dance Theatre will present their annual fall dance concert as part of Homecoming Weekend. The event is free of charge and appropriate for all ages. A variety of dances styles including hip hop, ballet, ballroom and multicutural dances will be shown.
Orchesis Dance Company and International Dance Theatre will present their annual fall dance concert as part of Homecoming Weekend. The event is free of charge and appropriate for all ages. A variety of dances styles including hip hop, ballet, ballroom and multicultural dances will be shown.
This is the 2nd annual Inclusion event hosted by the Center for Disability Studies in Literacy, Language and Learning. Join us for an exhibit of art by individuals with disabilities as well as exhibits. The documentary, "Willing and Able" will begin at 7 p.m. This film takes the viewer into the Patrick O'Hearn School in Dorchester, Mass., a tough neighborhood of Boston. The school is inclusive where one-third of the students have disabilities of some kind. A panel discussion follows the screening.
Camp Adventure is currently taking applications for Summer 2013. If interested complete an interest card at www.campadventure.com.
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- Network internationally with the world's largest government employer - U.S. Department of Defense
- Build your resume and complete your education with real work experience
- Earn 12 credit hours
- Work with children and youth at various ages and developmental levels
- Engage in a variety of cultural experiences through life and travel in other countries over the course of 10-12 weeks during the summer.
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The webinar will focus on changes in technology that need to be made in learning strategies and school environments. It will also present the best practices for 21st century classrooms.This webinar will be presented by Leigh Zeitz and Ping Gao, both associate professors of curriculum and instruction.
Learn the basics of using Promethean interactive whiteboards at the Promethean Party. Play while you learn. Socialize and learn about a great piece of educational technology. Refreshments provided.
The College of Education will host the following panelists as part of the Alumni in Residence event:
Moderator: Dr. Noel Tichy
Ms. Karen Billings, Vice President-Education Division, SIIA, Washington, DC
Ms. Nancy Carroll, Director of Parks & Recreation, Ames, Iowa
Dr. Katie Mullholland, Superintendent, Linn-Mar Schools, Marion, Iowa
Ms. Melissa Tippett Anderson, Senior Scientist, Gatorade Sport Science Institute, Fox Lake, Illinois