A campus-wide program to create leadership skills in diversity inclusion and community-building.
Executive Vice President and Provost
A campus wide program to create leadership skills in diversity inclusion and community building.
This four-day institute will offer details for designing a rigorous and challenging curriculum that includes research-based practices, differentiated instruction and scaffolding techniques to guarantee the literacy success of all students. Based on the professional work of Linda Dorn and Carla Soffos, the institute provides educators with practical resources aligned with the Iowa Core State Standards and supported by theories of self-regulation and transfer.
There will be a drop in session to ask faculty questions regarding plagiarism, citations and academic integrity. Refreshments will be available.
The “2016 Congressional Art Competition” Awards Ceremony was organized by Congressman Rod Blum. The exhibition itself will run from April 26 through May 7 in the UNI Gallery of Art Showcases. On Wed., May 4 at 7:15 p.m. Congressman Blum will address attendees. Shortly afterward, award winners and honorable mentions will be announced. Free and open to the public.
Andrew Ridgway will defend his thesis titled "Density and Diversity of Bees in the Midwestern Agricultural Landscape."
"Bridge Numbers: a Knotty Journey" will be presented by Theron J Hitchman, Julie Kirkpatrick and Tracy Wulfekuhle.
This is part of a campus-wide program to create leadership skills in diversity inclusion and community-building through a highly positive, interactive approach.
Presented by the The Creative Life Research Center
Take Back the Night will include a kick-off rally and a march through campus and College Hill and is in solidarity with survirors of abuse and as a protest against sexual assault.