Join Rod Library for the Makerspace Open House. Attendees can create a lighted homecoming mask and enjoy light refreshments.
The UNI Museum is hosting "It Takes an Iowan" at the Marshall Center School (corner of W. 23rd and Indiana Streets) from Sept. 9 to Oct. 8. This exhibit, provided by Silos and Smokestacks, focuses on Iowans as leaders in the ongoing endeavor to provide food for the nation and the world. The exhibit will be open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
It Takes An Iowan was created by Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area (SSNHA). SSNHA is one of 49 federally designated heritage areas in the nation and is an affiliated area of the National Park Service. The heritage area covers 37 counties in the northeast quadrant of Iowa. Through a network of sites, programs and events, SSNHA interprets farm life, agribusiness, and rural communities—past and present. To learn more about Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area, visit www.SilosandSmokestacks.org(link is external).
Make your first impression count. Stop by the Learning Commons to have your free professional headshot taken and review your resume with Career Services.
Tthe UNI Museum will host "Rock the Stacks," a concert featuring local legends Twins, Peas and Carrot, and Kitsch. The concert will kick off the latest exhibit "Ballroom Bash: Iowa's Rock 'n' Roll Legacy." Stop by, rock out and learn more about how Iowa has rocked through the decades.
There will be a drop in session to ask faculty questions regarding plagiarism, citations and academic integrity. Refreshments will be available.
Visit the Friends of the UNI Museum store to purchase fair trade objects from across the world including jewelry, textiles and artwork.
Rod Library will host GeoCache for College Cash. Refreshments will be provided.
The Northern Iowa Wind Quintet will perform Carl Nielsen's "Woodwind Quintet" and Panther Bassoons will perform Anton Reicha's "Trio for Three Cellos."
Green Project will host a recycled art display. Members compiled a series of art meant to promote environmentally-friendly thinking. Each piece of art symbolizes a facet of our natural world that is impacted by human activity, which in turn is represented by a string of trash bags that is interwoven throughout the display.