Darwin week continues with speakers presenting on humanism.
12:30 p.m.: “Woman Suffrage Parades and Protests: Resisting Violence” by Catherine Palczewski
2 p.m.: “Interpreting the God Metaphor” by Harry Brod
3:30 p.m.: “What Humanism Really Means” by Michael Blackwell
7 p.m.: “Human Ethics and Dignity” by William Clohesy
Presented by the Black Student Union, Teju the Storyteller tells stories that are entertaining, fast paced and high-energy to educate about African American traditions, history and folklores. This event is part of Black History Month events.
The UNI Freethinkers & Inquirers begin darwin week with the first day dedicated to skepticism.
2 p.m.: "The Obesity Epidemic: Should We Be Skeptics?” by Susan Hill
3 p.m.: “Teeth, embryos, moths and skulls: The frauds of evolution” by Steven O'Kane
4 p.m.: “Obiter Dicta” by Michael Prahl
7 p.m.: "Psychic Blues: Confessions of a Conflicted Medium” by Mark Edward
More than 100 organizations, graduate and professional schools will be on hand to visit with students and alumni about career opportunities, internships and continuing education. All majors, freshman through seniors, graduate students and alumni are welcome to attend.
The UNI Middle Eastern Dance Club invites you to a free belly dance show featuring group and solo performances in a variety of styles of Middle Eastern/belly dance by dancers from across Iowa.
Career Services will provide information about internship opportunities in Washington, D.C. The Washington Center for Internships (TWC) offers UNI students the opportunity to work in government, corporate and non-profit organizations while earning UNI credit. Learn about the benefits of the program and the collaboration between UNI and TWC.
UNI Proud will host a Mardi Gras party with food, music and dancing.
The Explorers of Religion Club will host Susan Hill who will discuss various interpretations of homosexuality in the Bible.