Executive Vice President and Provost
This 90-minute film depicts the exploitation by King Leopold II of Belgium of the Congo Free State, its tortured modern history and the catalyst for the first international human rights movement.
“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.
The student organization SHRM will host representatives from Rockwell-Collins. The topic of discussion is labor unions.
Newspapers play a critical role in a democracy. Nancy Newhoff, editor of the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, will discuss the Courier's focus, how news is selected and trends affecting newspapers. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the UNI American Democracy Project.
Learn how to apply to study abroad, degree requirements abroad, when to go, where to go, paying for study abroad and much more.
Registration is now open for the workshop "Conflict Brings Clarity - Conflict Resolution Achieved." The registration deadline is Tuesday, October 11. Registration fee is $125, $112 for UNI employees. To register, contact the Executive Development Center.
The first full-length, high definition documentary ever made about legendary conservationist Aldo Leopold, Green Fire shares highlights from an extraordinary career, explaning how he shaped conservation and the modern environmental movement. It also illustrates how Leopold's vision of a community that cares about both people and land continues to inform and inspire current projects across the country and around the world.
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education will host a book reading group discussion.
Learn how you can attend one of 170+ colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada while paying UNI tuition. Students must have a 2.5 GPA and have completed at least 30 UNI hours at the time of exchange.
Before 9-11, there was Guernica! The Spanish town of Guernica was home to a tragic historical event that inspired Picasso to create a masterpiece. Guernica, the play, follows Eric, a young aspiring artist who meets a man claiming to be Pablo Picasso, offering him a seductive opportunity: create an even grander canvas. Join Eric, the Man, and his mysterious friends as they explore the creative process and the madness of war while the "Guernica," on exhibition, comes to life in this passionate, intellectual drama. The Strayer-Wood Theatre presents the Midwest premiere of this award-winning play.