Executive Vice President and Provost
The Out of the Darkness Walk will increase awareness about depression and suicide. Funds raised will support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s research efforts and educational programs. The three mile walk will bring together people who have lost loved ones to suicide or know someone struggling with depression.
UNI School of Music faculty artist Amanda McCandless will coordinate and host this day-long event celebrating clarinet study and performance. Guest artist Michael Lowenstern will perform and present at the event. For more information, contact Amanda.McCandless@uni.edu.
School of Music instructor of music education Michelle Swanson will coordinate this workshop. For more information, contact Michelle.Swanson@uni.edu.
UNI School of Music faculty artists Melinda Boyd and Alison Altstatt will coordinate and host the first-annual Iowa Musicology Conference at UNI. For more information, contact Melinda.Boyd@uni.edu.
The 60's, 70's and 80's were a golden era for songwriting, and during that period iconic hits such as "Big Girls Don't Cry" were born. See the men behind the sound of The Four Seasons and more live on stage!
View the evening sky from the UNI observatory located on the roof of McCollum Science Hall. Meet near the polar bear outside of room 137 before 9 p.m. to be escorted to the roof. The event goes forward regardless of the weather.
UNI School of Music faculty artist Dmitri Vorobiev and University of Iowa faculty artist Ksenia Nosikova will coordinate this collaborative performance featuring student pianists from both UNI and the University of Iowa. This event is free and open to the public.
Want a change of scenery? Want to fulfill your Capstone? Get UNI credit at a partner university abroad for spring, summer or winter break. UNI students who have studied abroad will share information. Many major options are available.
Learn abut the application process to study abroad during a semester and/or short-term.
Dr. Timothy Gay, Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will present a lecture titled "Why Isn't God Ambidextrous?" Gay will discuss the idea of nature being "handed," and apply that handedness concept to agriculture, biology, chemistry and physics. He will also discuss new physics experiments on chirality that may reveal how life began on Earth.
Dr. Gay is a Fellow of the American Physical Society. He is as well known for his groundbreaking research on atomic collisions and polarized electrons as he is for his entertaining expositions on the physics of football.