Dean of Students
UNI student organizations will host "NOH8 at UNI" -- a photographic silent protest in support of marriage and gender equality. This event takes place with the support of the official "NOH8" campaign under the "NOH8 At My School" outreach effort. Show your support for the LGBTQ community at UNI and throughout the community by having "NOH8" painted on your cheek and getting your picture taken. There will also be an opportunity to shoot an "It Gets Better" video for the "It Gets Better" project. All photos and videos will be donated to the original NOH8 and It Gets Better campaign websites.
The University of Northern Iowa is bringing awareness to the issue of sexual assault by providing a free showing of The Invisible War, winner of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival "Audience Award". Following the film there will be a question and answer session. Panelists include the director of the UNI Center for Violence Prevention, an Iowa National Guard Judge Advocate General Officer, a military Victim Advocate and a Black Hawk County prosecutor specializing in sexual assault cases.
Deborah Gallagher, special education, will speak and lead a discussion on the Disability Rights Movement. AID is open to all UNI students, with or without disabilities, that have an interest in promoting the mission of the organization.
Awareness for Individuals with Disabilities will be discussing the topic of disability ettiquette. All UNI students interested in learning more about this topic and the organization are welcome to attend.
Awareness for Individuals with Disabilities is open to all UNI students interested in promoting the mission of the organization.
Come join in Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism! We meet to grow more spiritually with ourselves and our families, and serve the Church and our local community.
This event, a new tradition, is an evening of information sharing, networking, fellowship and dessert. The Rainbow Reception is an opportunity for UNI students, faculty and staff to welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ally students back to campus for the new academic year.
If you are a new transfer student at UNI, stop by this informal event for free pizza, drinks and cookies. You'll enjoy a free lunch and conversation with other new transfer students, and have the opportunity to connect with a variety of campus departments.
Stop by for free fruit, water, pens, bookmarks and an array of health and wellness information.
First-year students in the Cornerstone class were asked to read "The Warmth of Other Suns" over the summer. This presentation is a great opportunity for Cornerstone students and the entire UNI community to hear from the author of this award-winning book.