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
Test an impaired driving simulator, learn information on safe drinking and participate in fun activities; refreshments provided.
Begin of Second Half Spring 2014 Semester Courses
End of First Half Spring 2014 Semester Courses
While walking the labyrinth, one may feel joy in slowing down the pace of life, finding peace, insight,, reflection, creativity , relaxation and wisdom. Drop in anytime during regular Library hours.
The Federal Government is one of the largest employers in the United States. Openings are available all over the country and around the world, and candidates are sought from all majors. The application and hiring process has challenges not faced in other fields. Let us help you! Learn about available job opportunities, job search strategies and how to write a federal resume.
Jill Stanek will give a presentation on the challenges she has faced from the news media and politicians for her pro-life views as a medical practitioner turned activist. She is a major voice for life in the controversial issue of abortion and will describe her experiences in Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois, a site where victims of failed abortions, in other words, born-alive infants, were allowed to die after delivery. Sponsored by UNI Right to Life and St. Stephen the Witness Catholic Student Center.
On February 24th, February 25, and March 5th Habitat for Humanity is raising money for our collegiate challenge, where we will spend a week in Lakeland, Florida over Spring Break building a home for a family in need! Mention Habitat for Humanity and have 10% of your receipt donated to our cause! come out to Buffalo Wild Wings and help support us in raising money for the trip!
The International Student Association will host this event featuring different foods from around the world. Recipes will be available.