Francis Degnin, associate professor of philosopy, will provide an overview of this summer's Supreme Court decision in Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby. Degnin will provide a discussion of the case and what the decision means for the future of relgious freedom, reproductive rights and other health issues in the United States.
Executive Vice President and Provost
The Study Abroad Center will provide information about opportunities to study abroad in England and Ireland.
Joel Sander, assistant professor of physics, University of South Dakota, will present "Shedding Light on Dark Matter Using Cryogenic Detectors."
UNI will host its inaugural training conference, Elect Her–Campus Women Win, the only program in the country that encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office. A collaboration between AAUW and Running Start, Elect Her addresses the need to expand the pipeline to women running for office and to diminish the longstanding political leadership gender gap.
Participants will garner hands-on campaign skills, hear from inspiring local speakers and discuss research on women in government. The day will conclude with an opportunity to network with female leaders from various agencies throughout the community. There is no cost for this event; breakfast and lunch will be provided. Registration is required.
The UNI Museum has received funding from Humanities Iowa, a private, non-profit state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, to host a presentation called Camp Dodge: Home Away From Home, 1917-1918 by Michael Vogt, Curator at the Iowa Gold Star Museum. A cultural Resource for Iowans since 1971, Humanities Iowa offers many cultural and historical programs and grants to Iowa’s communities.
This presentation will illustrate the organization, construction, and the various aspects of military life and training at Camp Dodge during the First World War using period photos from the Iowa Gold Star Museum’s collection. This lecture will accompany Answering the Call: The Cedar Valley, Iowa, and World War I, the latest exhibit on display at the UNI Museum. The exhibit examines Iowa’s contributions to World War I and the changes that were happening on the home front during this time. Both the exhibit and presentation are free and open to the public.
If you are a person with a disability who requires special assistance, please call 319-273-2495 in advance.
The Provost and Chair of the University Faculty invite all faculty and academic administrators to attend a campus-wide meeting to begin the development of a new Academic Master Plan for the university. Everyone is crucial to this process so we urge you to make a special effort to attend the meeting. There will be opportunity to provide input on UNI's academic mission and vision in working groups at the meeting.
The Study Abroad Center will provide information about opportunities to study abroad in New Zealand.
The Study Abroad Center will provide information about opportunities to study abroad in London and Paris.
The Study Abroad Center will provide information about opportunities to study abroad at the University of Tasmania in Australia. A representative from the university will attend the meeting.
Majors the university offers: biology, chemistry, ciochemistry, communicative disorders, computer science, earth and life science, economics, education, geography, health promotion, movement and exercise science, interactive digital studies, LYHS, management, philosophy, religion, psychology, social work, sociology, anthropology, criminology and technology.
This event celebrates International Education Week and will allow visitors to "experience the world" in 2 hours or less by visiting booths from various cultures, playing games and sampling food. There will be free giveaways, too.