Executive Vice President and Provost
Orchesis Dance Company and International Dance Theatre will present their annual fall dance concert as part of Homecoming Weekend. The event is free of charge and appropriate for all ages. A variety of dances styles including hip hop, ballet, ballroom and multicultural dances will be shown.
Members of the UNI Cantorei, Wind Symphony and Northern Iowa Symphony Orchestra will collaborate under the direction of conductor John Len Wiles to present Bach’s Gleiche der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fällt, BWV 18. This event is free and open to the public.
This session is led by April Chatham-Carpenter, Nikki Zumbach Harken, Deedee Heistad, Susan Hill and Susan Roberts-Dobie. How well are UNI's incoming first-year students prepared for college? What do they need to know to be successful in college? Faculty who have taught UNI's Cornerstone course talk about their experiences teaching first-year students, along with some strategies for helping the first-year students in your classes acclimate to UNI. Sponsored by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost.
The 8th Annual Fast Forward electronic media workshop at UNI, with training opportunities and visiting media experts from across the country.
Visit the UNI Observatory to learn about the objects in the night sky and view the planets through the Earth Science telescope. Free and open to the public. Meet near the polar bear outside of 137 McCollum Science Hall before 9 p.m. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
This is the 2nd annual Inclusion event hosted by the Center for Disability Studies in Literacy, Language and Learning. Join us for an exhibit of art by individuals with disabilities as well as exhibits. The documentary, "Willing and Able" will begin at 7 p.m. This film takes the viewer into the Patrick O'Hearn School in Dorchester, Mass., a tough neighborhood of Boston. The school is inclusive where one-third of the students have disabilities of some kind. A panel discussion follows the screening.
Dr. John Talley will present "The Search for Celebrex". Talley is one of the world’s most accomplished medicinal chemists and a co-inventor of Celebrex® and seven other drugs that have reached the marketplace. He currently serves as chief scientific officer at St. Louis based SARmont. He received a B.A. in Science from the University of Northern Iowa in 1974 and a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the University of Minnesota in 1979.
This event has been canceled. Registration is now open for the workshop "What's Up With That? Analyzing Performance Problems." The registration deadline is Thursday, October 11. Registration fee is $249, $224 for UNI employees. To register, contact the Executive Development Center. Call 319-273-5851 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student presentations from Summer 2012 Undergraduate Research Fellowships
Information session for winter break capstone in India.