Celebration to recognize those on campus who were awarded external funding.
Executive Vice President and Provost
Jessica Garraway, Women's and Gender Studies minor student, will discuss "Colonize This! Young Women on Today's Feminism." The book was edited by Daisy Hernandez, UNI Women's History Month keynote speaker. Books are avilalble for checkout for UNI faculty, staff and students in the Women's and Gender Studies office in 225 Sabin Hall. This event is sponsored by the Women's and Gender Studies program; free and open to the public.
On Dec. 4, 1956, four young musicians who went on to become music icons gathered in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever. Become a fly on the wall of fame with the Million Dollar Quartet!
"Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition" juror Terry Towery is Associate Professor of photography and digital media at Lehman College of the City University of New York.
The College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences presents 220east After-Work, a partnership between CHAS, Cedar Valley Chamber Music, JSA Development and Main Street Waterloo. Look forward to your Wednesday evenings by joining Cedar Valley Chamber Music for our 2014 concert series at 220east. UNI faculty and students, WCF Symphony guest soloists and special guests highlight eleven week of concerts at a unique venue. Doors open at 5 p.m.; concerts are 5:15-6 p.m. Admission is free; good will donations accepted. Complimentary wine at all concerts is provided in partnership with CU restaurant.
Want a change of scenery? Get UNI credits at a partner university abroad for a semester. Listen to UNI students who have studied abroad for a semester. Classes are taught in English or the host country's language. Many major options are available.
Learn about the application process to study abroad during a semester and/or short-term.
Rod Library will lead a panel discussion focusing on how women are represented and used in comics.
The second in a three part series called "Assessing Service-Learning and Community Engagement Activities".
We’re all familiar with the kinds of surveys passed out at the end of events we’ve attended: “Did we meet your expectations?”, “What other topics would you suggest for future events?”, “How useful was the information provided?” etc. Participants may or may not complete such surveys; those who hosted the events may not find them very useful or even give them more than a cursory reading. This workshop, led by Donna Vinton, Office of Academic Assessment, will suggest some strategies for strengthening the value of surveys both for measuring the impact of events and supporting plans for future events. Co-Sponsored with the Office of Academic Assessment.
Interested in studying abroad? Visit the information table in Maucker Union for more information regarding semester, short- term and Capstone programs.