Join us as we view a biographical film about Matt Hammill, the first deaf wrestler to win a national collegiate wrestling championship.
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The 2013 Diversity Matters Awards Nominations are currently being accepted. The awards are presented annually at the Town Hall Meeting on Diversity. All faculty, staff, students and community members are encouraged to attend the meeting as well as the diversity fair prior to the town hall meeting.
St. Stephen The Witness Catholic Student Center presents veteran musician, composer and youth minister Steve Angrisano in a Christmas concert: Celebrate the SPIRIT of Christmas. Tickets may be purchased by calling GBPAC at 319-273-7469 or online at http://www.GBPAC.COM. Ticket cost is $20, $15 for groups of 10 or more.
We're rolling out the red carpet for UNI students to see residence halls, Panther Village and ROTH. Students have the most and best choices for Fall 2013 during February. Get a preview of options available during this open house.
The Center for Multicultural Education (CME) will host a reception for the exhibit of the heritage of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois through distinguished portrait prints of the Sauk and Fox Indians.This traveling exhibit is on loan from the Muscatine Art Center. The portraits and explanations appear in the lobby area of the CME. There will be a discussion about this portraiture history in the CME's multipurpose room at 12:30 p.m.
This is an annual winter clothes drive for the Salvation Army. The run will be starting with check in at 9pm at the UNI Alumni house. The race will begin at 9:30. It’s only $5 for a t-shirt and donations of clothing for the Salvation Army would be appreciated.Registration is at www.unialum.org/polar-bare-run
Alpha Delta Pi is holding their 2nd annual Pi an ADPi event. Take a break from studying and come out to help raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities. Check out our event on facebook- Pie an ADPi Philanthropy Event. It will be held outside Mauker Union
Since the military coup in 2009, Honduras has been in a human rights crisis. The
Honduran military and police, responsible for egregious human rights violations, have received millions
from the United States in arms and training. Tomas Gómez Membreño is visiting us at from Honduras, where he works for the non-profit Indigenous rights organization COPINH (Civic Council of Popular Indigenous Organizations).
COPINH has been working to expose the role of the United States in the coup and its aftermath.
Informational Meeting with Ameriprise Financial for Juniors and Seniors for Marketing Intership Program--Please bring resume!!
We will be coming to campus to Room 225 @ Curris on September 19th at 5 PM to have a pizza and recruiting/informational session with students about the Marketing opportunities that Ameriprise Financial has available.