Executive Vice President and Provost
UNI’s Real Estate organization, Rho Epsilon, will host Midland. Learn about the company and opportunities available for internships and full-time employment. Free pizza will be served at the Other Place following the meeting. All majors are welcome. For more information contact Charlie Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Earth Science Department will host a special viewing of a supernova, an exploding star which can be observed over a great distance and is one of the most powerful events in astronomy. The supernova, named SN2011fe, is at a distance of approximately 20 million light years and is not visible to the naked eye. Telescopes will be set up to view the supernova and other objects in the night sky. If the skies are cloudy, the event will be canceled.
UNI School of Music staff and faculty artist Sandy Nordahl will present a recital of digital music and art. This event is free and open to the public.
Discover the programs through the eyes of past participants on study abroad.
Study Abroad will present information about summer study abroad programs.
David Marchesani, associate director of academic advising, will speak about identifying your skills and values.
Dr. Andrew Stollenwerk, Assistant Professor of Physics, wil present, " Effect of Hydrogen on Electron Transport in Thin Mn Films."
Scholarship information about study abroad programs will be presented.
Please join us for 'Learning with the iPad,' a session to discuss Apple's mobile strategy with the iPad and how it is beginning to change education. With numerous education applications, as well as strategies for textbooks, research and integration, the iPad is becoming a tremendous tool for 21st century learning. See how the iPad is making learning more engaging and accessible than ever. Come to participate and ask questions. After the session, we will provide an opportunity for faculty to experience the iPad in person.
"9/11: A 10-Year Retrospective" panel will address these topics: why did 9/11 happen;? what, if anything, could have been done to prevent it;? did the attackers achieve their goals;? did the U. S. respond adequately;? and looking back 10 years, has our understanding of why it happened changed? Panel members are Mohammad Fahmy, Industrial Technology; Laura Janik, Center for International Peace & Security Studies; John W. Johnson, History; and Phil Mauceri, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Moderator is Catherine Palczewski, Communication Studies and Women's and Gender Studies. Audience is invited to bring their thoughts and reflections to this discussion. Reception and sale of 9/11 books will follow the presentation.