"Breaking Bad" star RJ Mitte will speak in the Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center. Sponsored by Campus Activities Board.
Graduating this year? The Office of the Registrar will host the Spring 2014 Graduation Fair. Take care of purchasing a cap and gown, commencement ceremony information, graduation checks, financial aid exit counseling, resume critiques, graduate school information and much more. Participants will also opportunities to win prizes such as an I-pad Mini.
Keenan Crow, Outreach Coordinator for One Iowa, will give a presentation on the Affordable Care Act and how it is especially relevant to LGBT Iowans.
King Corn follows two friends on a quest to Iowa in hopes to understand whence the food we eat comes. After they buy an acre of land and reap a bountiful harvest, they run headlong into a food system that is manipulative and destructive of farming endeavors in multiple ways.
Spring Break 2014, no classes held.
The UNI CAB Film Committee will be showing the Disney movie "Frozen" on Thursday, March 13th. The show times are at 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm and as always popcorn and pop will be provided.
The Master of Social Work Student Association is hosting guest speaker Alyson Beytien, behavior apecialist for the Mercy Autism Center in Dubuque.. She will present “What do I do TOMORROW? Five Keys to Supporting a Child with Autism." The challenges of supporting a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder are many and the amount of research and interventions currently available can be overwhelming. This presentation focuses on what everyone --- parents, teachers, extended family and support personnel – can do each day to ensure success for the child and all involved. This presentation is full of humor, reality and practical ideas. Q & A follows if time allows; refreshments provided.
People from the Cedar Valley will gather to address issues facing Iowa women and how to help take action in the state.
Asian American Women’s Popular Literature: Feminizing Genres and Neoliberal Belonging by Pamela Thoma analyzes how popular genre fiction, written by Asian American women and featuring Asian American characters, depicts both contemporary American-ness and contributes to public dialogue about national belonging. Thoma focuses on how such fiction addresses attempts women, make in a neoliberal society, to balance their personal and professional lives. Book club sessions are open to the public. If one has not read the book, one is still encouraged to attend and participate in discussion.
The UNI Veterans Association is holding a bake sale in Maucker Union. All proceeds will go towards future events sponsored by the UNIVA