Executive Vice President and Provost
Dr. Harry B. Gray, California Institute of Technology, will present "Electron Flow through Metalloproteins".
Discover the programs through the eyes of past participants on study abroad.
by Caryl Churchill
Directed by Cynthia Goatley
Caryl Churchill’s Mad Forest places ordinary people into the churning realities of acting and defining revolution. With a wedding being planned, two families must navigate what should be a joyous occasion of union against the onslaught of threats, hearsay and chaos, that eventually topple a megalomaniacal regime. With similar events in Egypt not too distant, Churchill’s play, set in Romania during December 1989, presents a theatrical perspective on “revolution” that will speak to us all – as individuals, members of family and community, and citizens of the world. For more information, visit the Strayer-Wood Theatre web site.
"The Solar Army" will be presented by Harry Gray.
Study Abroad will present information about summer study abroad programs.
Occupy CEEE for a couple of hours will involve 30-minute sessions and discussions on the following topics:
Food democracy: You know your doctor, your know your dentist, do you know your farmer? (Kamyar Enshayan, CEEE)
"Job-killing regulations?": Understanding laws & regulations that protect life on Earth (Laura Jackson, biology dept.)
Energize Cedar Valley: Service learning opportunities in energy conservation and efficiency (Ashley Wolter, CEEE)
Other topics related to CEEE's work will be offered depending on interests expressed.
Dr. Bill Koch presents his one-man show, Walt Whitman Live!! in Lang Hall Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The 60-minute show presents Whitman speaking on the poet's major themes, observations of American culture, views on Abraham Lincoln and experience with the Civil War. Sponsored by the College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences. Free and open to the public.
UNI's Real Estate and Finance organization, Rho Epsilon, and the Financial Management Association will host Midwest One State Bank. Learn about the company and opportunities available for internships and full-time employment. All majors are welcome. Contact Charlie Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
John Deere will be on campus to discuss transferable values and general John Deere information, as well as internship and part-time job opportunities. This event is directed toward students in the College of Humanities, Arts,and Sciences, but the event is open to all. The schedule is as follows.
4:30-4:45 Meet & Greet
4:45-5:00 Opening Speaker
5:00-6:00 Transferable Values, Info on John Deere and Q&A
6:00-6:25 John Deere Opportunities (internships and part-time student program)
Scholarship information about study abroad programs will be presented.