This session will provide tips on the technical aspects of setting up a student to work on campus. What needs to be done to increase a student’s rate of pay? How can I tell if a student has work study? Where can I find out if hiring paperwork is needed? What is the schedule for approving time cards?
The Center for Multicultural Education will host the play Mother Tongue as part of Asian American Heritage Month. Mother Tongue, presented by hereandnow theater company, is a collection of tales that explores and celebrates the traditions, the roles and the experiences of women of color, and how they are changing in this ever-increasing modern world. Evolved from a lack of focus on this often overlooked, "minority-within-a-minority," this educational and entertaining performance examines the challenges and triumphs that women of color deal with on a daily basis.
This legislative update and forum is open to students, staff, faculty, administrators and the community. Following the update,the panel will take questions from the audience. Panelists include Senators Jeff Danielson and Bill Dotzler and Representatives Walt Rogers, Sandy Salmon, Deb Berry, Bob Kressig and Anesa Kajtazovich.
Join us for a panel discussion about sexual consent, personal choice and bystander intervention. Panelists are Harry Brod, philosophy and world religions; Karen Mitchell, communication studies; Mark Rowe-Barth, wellness and recreations services; and Joan Thompson, wellness and recreation services.
The University of Northern Iowa Interfraternty Council is hosting Walk a Mile in Her Shoes in coordination with Seeds of Hope on Thursday, April 18, 2013. For this event, men will walk a mile in red high heels to raise awareness for sexual assault and gender violence. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes begins at the UNI Alumni house and ends on the top of Maucker Union.
The International Student Association (ISA) will hold a Cultural Diversity Showcase featuring different cultures represented through a range of performances and informational tables. International food will be available for sampling.
Interactive workshop: "The Role We Play: Exploring Gender and Sexual Consent through Performance." Laughter, learning and change will ensue in this creative, safe space!
Workshop times: 5PM & 7PM
Registration slots are available on a first come, first served bases, register by April 12th!
For more information or to register please contact Sofia Seliger at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Disclaimer: Some of the topics discussed in this workshop may trigger some participants
The U.S. Federal Government is one of the largest employers and is hiring. Learn about available job opportunities, job search strategies
and how to prepare your federal resume.
Presented by: Bobbi Vandegrift and Megan Combs, UNI Human Resource Services
Financially, accepting your first job can be a confusing process. Private vs. public employers, benefits and salary negotiation are all factors in finding that perfect first job. Staff members from Human Resource Services will discuss what to watch for and be aware of when accepting a full-time position.
Attendees will participate in violence prevention learning followed by self-defense technique demonstrations. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.