The Sturgis Youth Theatre presents this delightful classic story of a young girl, her hopes and dreams, and the Fairy Godmother who helps her believe in herself to make them all come true!
Executive Vice President and Provost
UNI will host a two-week workshop for Iowa middle school teachers; topic is inquiry teaching in a STEM classroom. GLOBE and STORM resourcesintegrated with educational technology will be utilized for instruction.
UNI will host a two-day workshop for Iowa elementary teachers; topic of the workshop is inquiry teaching in a STEM classroom. WebQuest will be used for instruction.
The UNI Botanical Center greenhouses and gardens will be featured in this year's Cedar Falls Historical Society Garden Tour. Tickets are $5 and may be purchased in advance or on the day of the tour at the Victorian Home located at 308 W. 3rd St; tickets will also be available on the day of the tour at each garden location. As part of the day’s activities, the Historical Society will offer two herb-related workshops at 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the Victorian Home and Carriage House Museum.
Jerry Schnoor and Steve Goreham will host on online discussion about Climate Instability: Interpretations of Scientific Evidence. Follow the link to the RRTTC website for the links.
The University of Northern Iowa is hosting the 2014 Midwest Summer Institute: “Inclusions and Communication for All." Attendees include educators, families, individuals with and without disabilities, support personnel and researchers. Participants will hear and participate in presentations, discussions, panels, hands-on learning and networking that focuses on inclusive schools, employment and daily living, communication, and supported/facilitated typing for people with autism spectrum disabilities and other complex needs. Also attending will be nationally recognized and area experts on school and community inclusion and alternative communication supports. Featured presenters include Kathie Snow of Disability is Natural; Darlene Hanson, director of communication supports at WAPADH; and Tracy Thresher, self-advocate featured in the award-winning documentary, “Wretches & Jabberers.” For more information and to register visit:
The Eighth Annual Graduate Symposium on April 1 will showcase the research and creative work of graduate students. Included will be poster presentations, oral presentations, and creative performances which will be judged by graduate faculty.
Biology M.S. Thesis Defense - Jamie Minnaert-Grote
"The Phylogenetics and Systematics of Physaria kingii"
The mission of the SportAbility of Iowa Adapted Sports Camp is to give qualified young people in second grade through high school with various lower limb disabilities an opportunity to participate in various types of athletic events using a sports wheelchair. The camp promotes wheelchair awareness and provides healthy recreational activities for kids with disabilities. Activities such as wheeling around campus with their teammates to meals, recreational games, other skill activities and pure fun are important for learning. Athletes enjoy traditional camp and recreation activities, while they are improving daily living, sensory-motor-perceptual, strengthening and hand-eye coordination skills.