Career Services will provide a specialized resume writing training program focused on students in technical fields.
Career Services will provide a specialized resume writing training program focused on students in the Department of Technology or students interested in working in manufacturing.
The Rainbow Reception is an opportunity for UNI students, faculty and staff to welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and ally students to campus for the new academic year. This event is an evening of information sharing, networking, fellowship and dessert. If your organization would like to display information at the Rainbow Reception about resources supportive to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community, please complete the form at https://www.uni.edu/deanofstudents/content/rainbow-reception-resource-registration
There will be a brief program at 7 p.m.
The UNI Veteran's Association will have its first meeting of the academic year. Veterans, active military personnel, family members and supporters are welcome. Topics of discussion include upcoming events, outreach opportunities and group activities.
UNI Dining Services will highlight local farmers by offering a number of delicious items grown locally including produce grown on campus from The Panther Plot student garden. Featured items will include eggplant parmesan, beef and vegetable stir fry, scrambled eggs and ham, vegetable pizza, and a number of fresh local produce items such as apples, watermelon and tomatoes.
Evelyn Tribole, award-winning registered dietician with a nutrition counseling practice in Newport Beach, California, will deliver a lecture "Make Peace with Food and Your Body - Rediscover the Pleasures of Eating." Tribole specializes in helping people create a healthy relationship with food, mind and body. Her presentation will include information on awakening the intuitive eater inside of you that will pave the way for making peace with food and your body. Intuitive eating focuses on nurturing your body and encourages a reconnection with your body’s innate signals of hunger, fullness and food preferences while helping you find your natural weight. Sponsors include: The Max and Helen Guernsey Foundation, the Blue Zones Project and UNI departments: Wellness and Recreation Services, Reaching for Higher Ground Project, Human Resource Services/Employee Wellness, the Panhellenic Council, Department of Residence and the Counseling Center.
The UNI Health Science Club will host its first meeting of the semester; the club is for any student interested in health and wellness, especially those majoring in health promotion. Agenda items include a guest speaker to discuss a blood drive service project, pizza and calendar of events. Visit our Facebook group for more information and announcements.
This free career fair is designed to help you promote your skills to the Cedar Valley's top employers. With opportunities in banking, customer service, finance, healthcare, manufacturing and marketing, you can start your next best career in the Cedar Valley! Chat with a company representative that might start you on a path to a new career. The first 500 visitors can enjoy free food from the Hy-Vee grill.
Food Matters examines how food affects our lives--sometimes in ways we least expect. It demonstrates that malnutrition is a result of how food is produced, the toxins within our soil and air, and the pharmaceuticals we are ingesting. . .with fatal results. By being conscious of what we put into our bodies, we might develop the ability to heal ourselves naturally. The film will be used as the basis for personal reflection and dialogue regarding how individual food choices and their implications affect and impact the larger community.
Visit the sorority chapter houses; meet at Maucker Union at 1:45 p.m. by Chats or feel free to enter sorority chapter houses beginning at 2 p.m. A map will be provided at each house or recruitment guides will show families around on UNI's campus.