Society for Human Resource Management will host Michael Kaplan, an operations manager at Johnson Controls. He will discuss the interview process, both as the interviewer and interviewee. Question and answer time will follow; the meeting is open to all majors.
Executive Vice President and Provost
Majors in Minutes is a way for students to learn more about a major. The process is similar to speed dating -- every seven minutes a bell will ring and you have the choice to stay at your current table or visit a new one. If a major sounds interesting, you or a group of students can sit down and visit with an upperclass student within the major to learn more. After the bell rings, you may move to another major. Go to as many or as few as you would like. All students are welcom.
Pat Jordan is the former managing editor of Commonweal and the editor of Dorothy Day: Writings from Commonweal. He worked with Dorothy Day from the late 1960s until her death in 1980. He will discuss Day's life and the growth of the Catholic Worker movement. Learn about one of the great American social activists of the twentieth century from someone who knew her well.
Lee Van Orsdel, Dean of University Libraries at Grand Valley State University in Michigan, will speak on her library’s new building and its impact on student learning, faculty scholarship and enrollment.
Pavel Lukashev, assistant professor of physics, will present a research talk titled "Spin Filter Tunneling: Overview and Application."
The Iowa Thespian Festival is a weekend filled with performances, auditions, workshops and nearly 1,000 theatre students from across the state of Iowa. The Iowa Thespian Festival is an annual event sponsored by the Iowa Educational Theatre Association. For the past five years, the Department of Theatre has hosted the event at various locations on the UNI campus.
Case studies will be used for an interactive class to help creators/developers understand the hows and whys of app development. Pre-requisite: App Developement I. Advanced registration is required. Limit of six participants.
Covers the foundations of the development process to help creator/developer understand how and why to build an app. Advanced registration is required.
Chemistry and biochemistry students Kylene Carlson, Robin Livermore and Allison Wold will present posters from their 2014 Summer Undergraduate Research.
Chemistry and biochemistry Students Jon Heinzman, Katie Fay and Angela Weepie will present posters from their 2014 Summer Undergraduate Research.