Reuse this Season! Reduce stress before finals with a reusable material craft. Help reuse an old dish by decorating it with sharpie and then putting in the oven to set. This craft is a great way to reuse something, give it a new purpose and to reduce waste.
We will be also be giving away some small plants courtesy of the UNI Botanical Center that will be accompanied by your choice of teacup to plant it in. These plants are small and only need watering every few weeks, making them an ideal plant for a dorm setting!
The Great Squeeze is the last film in the Fall Environmental Film series sponsored by the UNI Recycling and Reuse Technology Transfer Center and the Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition. The film explores our current ecological and economic crisis stemming from our dependence on cheap and abundant energy.
Please join us for this important academic conference call series. This call will be on the subject of Pandemic Preparedness with Laurie Garrett.
America Recycles Day, a program of Keep America Beautiful, is a nationally recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the United States. Event organizers educate neighbors, friends and colleagues through thousands of events. As part of America Recycle Day, the RRTTC will hand out reusable water bottles.
Join us for a 24 hour scavenger hunt to find 15 items pertaining to recycling and sustainability on campus to celebrate America Recycles Day. The list will be emailed to registered participants right before 5 PM on November 14. Twenty lucky winners will be selected to win a prize from the completed entries.
The UNI Wetland is in need of a clean up; pizza will be served afterwards. Registration is free but required for food and t-shirts orders.
The Price of Sand is the second film in the Fall Environmental Film series sponsored by the UNI Recylcing and Reuse Technology Transfer Center and the Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition. The film focuses on the impact frac sand mining has on small towns in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Please Join us for this important academic conference call series. This call will be on the subject of U.S. Foreign Policy and the Rights of Women and Girls with Rachel B. Vogelstein.
In 'STEM's Growing in the Garden' summer camp participants will enjoy a week of learning how science, math, health and nutrition all play a vital role in growing a garden. Students will explore Botany, Chemistry, Entomology, Microbiology, Math, Technology and Nutrition while actively gardening through the week. This camp is open to students entering 8th grade in the fall of 2013 through 12th grade.
9 a.m. to noon daily
Ages: entering 8th - 12th graders