Polar Bear Run, sponsored by CATS is a one mile walk/run throughout campus, free to participants who donate clothing and/or nonperishable food items the evening of the event, there will be a raffle after the run. All donations will be given to the House of Hope and Northeast Iowa Food Bank.
Attend to network with graduate faculty and students from programs across campus. Hear from Dr. April Chatham-Carpenter, the Interim Dean, previous participants, and judges about the Graduate College's signature event, the 8th Annual Graduate Student Symposium. Refreshments will be provided.
Event is from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM.
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Social Network (GSSN)
$2.00 Donation, All proceeds will go to the Make A Wish Foundation. Hosted by the UNI Salsa Club and the Northern Iowan Wishmakers.
Event time is 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Take a professional headshot for your portfolio!! Top floor of the Union outside of the Student Involvement Center 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) will host Tyler Hilton from One Tree Hill. Hilton will perform acoustic music. Admission is free.
Student Disability Services will host a lunch-and-learn student panel. Current students will discuss their experiences attending UNI as a college student with a disability.
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all UNI-sponsored events. If a reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in this program, contact Disability Services at 273-2677 or firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to the event.
Take the "It's On Us" pledge; computer stations will be available from 8:30-10 a.m. and 2:30-5 p.m. Those taking the pledge will receive an "It's On Us" sticker.
Media and social media portray and depict carefully crafted messaging and messages to America’s youth on what it means to be a woman or a man. What social norms and thresholds of behaviors distinguish when a girl or woman is considered “hot” and “desirable” as opposed to a “slut” or “whore?” To what extent are boys and men held to similar standards of behavior – or are they?
Campus Activities Board will sponsor Beat the Blame Game, an interactive program that offers a platform to learn about victim blaming, examine gender stereotypes and equip audience members with the ability to respond effectively when confronted with statements in which a victim is blamed. Capacity of the show is 400 students. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.; the show begins at 8 p.m.