Executive Vice President and Provost
The School of Music will host Robert Duke, whose research on human learning and behavior spans multiple disciplines, including motor skill learning, cognitive psychology and neuroscience. His most recent work explores procedural memory consolidation and the cognitive processes engaged during musical improvisation. A former studio musician and public school music teacher, he has worked closely with children at-risk, both in the public schools and through the juvenile justice system.
Keynote speaker will be Dr. Gail Dines, anti-pornography activist, lecturer and author. Dr. Dines address is entitled "Sex, Love, and Violence in a Pornographic Culture." Workshop breakout sessions include "Recognizing and Reporting Domestic Violence in Later Life," "No One Listening: Domestic Violence in the Deaf Community," and "Youth Alternatives to Negative Behavior and Violence: An Approach to Gangs, Drugs and the Streets." The target audiences for this conference are social workers, counselors, law enforcement personnel, mental health professionals and educators. Contact Ruth Chananie-Hill at email@example.com for more information about registration and costs. Lunch is included. This event is co-sponsored by Women’s & Gender Studies and the YWCA of Blackhawk County. It is funded in part by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences; Executive Vice President & Provost's Office; Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare; College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences; College of Education; Violence Intervention Services; Dean of Students Office; and Department of Sociology, Anthropology & Criminology.
Faculty artist and educator Chris Buckholz will offer a trombone recital. The recital will feature both classical and jazz repertoire. Jazz selections will feature additional faculty artists Chris Merz, saxophones, Bob Dunn, guitar, Bob Washut, piano, staff artist David Dunn, bass and student Cory Healey, drums. This event is free and open to the public.
UNI-STAND, Cedar Valley UNA and Invisible Children present how you can help the conflicts in the D.R. Congo. Also showing a short film "Crisis in the Congo: Uncovering the Truth".
Dr. Gail Dines, anti-pornography activist, lecturer and author will discuss the inner working of the porn industry, including the creation of media images of gender, sex and sexuality, and how such imagery contributes to violence against women. Dr. Dines' discussion is free and open to the public. No one under 18 admitted to presentation. This event is co-sponsored by Women’s & Gender Studies and the YWCA of Blackhawk County. It is funded in part by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences; Executive Vice President & Provost's Office; Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare; College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences; College of Education; Violence Intervention Services; Dean of Students Office; and Department of Sociology, Anthropology & Criminology.
Information session for summer 2012 capstone in England/Scotland. Visit with faculty leader and past participants to learn more.
Study Abroad will present information about summer study abroad programs.
Dr. Rick Lampe, professor of biology at Buena Vista University, will present "Student Field Trips to South Africa: Optimal Learning Experiences in an Exotic Environment," a composite discussion of historical, cultural and biological education gained from multiple field trips with Buena Vista students to South Africa. Student field trip participants have opportunities to experience the rich history and culture of South Africa as well as observing and studying the unique ecosystems and wildlife of that portion of the exotic African continent. Refreshments will be provided.
Under the direction of UNI School of Music visiting artist and conductor Dyan Meyer the UNI Women's Chorus will join together with UNI Singers, conducted by professor and conductor John Len Wiles, to offer a shared fall concert. This event is ticketed. For tickets, call (319) 273-4TIX.
“Majors in Minutes” is a speed-dating approach to learning more about majors or careers of interest to you. At this event, you, or a group of students, interested in a major will visit with junior or senior students in that major for five minutes. After five minutes, you can remain at that station or move to another station of your choosing. You can visit as many stations as you like or as few as you like.