Join us in recognizing the efforts of the many students, faculty and staff who contributed to the You Matter at UNI activities. There will be give-aways!
Let’s Talk is a free program that provides students with easy access to informal and confidential consultations with licensed mental health professionals from the UNI Counseling Center. All sessions are drop-in; no appointment is necessary.
The Graduation Fair offers the opportunity to apply for graduation and meet with other resources to ensure that you are ready to graduate. This is a great way to cap your experience at UNI and get ready for the next step.
The College of Education will host its bi-annual Teacher Education Induction Convocation. Parents and friends of the candidates are invited as well as UNI faculty and administrators. A reception will follow.
Socialize with friends and new acquaintances to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. The Dakota Access Pipeline will be highlighted with a discussion about actions for students to get involved. Food, activities and educational information will be provided.
The P&S Council will have a fall social. Jim Wohlpart will speak and recipients of the 2016 Regents Staff Excellence Award will be recognized. Bring your lunch; desserts and refreshments will be provided.
Walking the path of the labyrinth allows for relaxation, reflection, meditation, creativity and inner peace. It's free and no registration is necessary.
This event will include a panel of UNI faculty from curriculum and instruction, geography, math and computer science sharing how they have involved undergraduate students in education research. They will discuss the projects the students worked on, the roles they assumed and the tasks they performed, and the conditions of the undergraduate research arrangement (e.g., hourly pay, stipend, academic credit). Several students will also be present to provide their perspectives on being involved in education research.
For more details on specific locations of area auditions or times, contact the School of Music office at (319) 273-2024.
"Moving Words" is a collaboration between youth in the Waterloo Writing Project, Shuaib Meacham's hip-hop literacy group, The Truth and UNI art students. The project encourages all participants to reflect on the importance of community and citizenship while also acknowledging and celebrating the similarities and differences between each of our experiences through creative lenses. Waterloo Writing Project students will use ideas generated through shared journal exercises between all students as inspiration to write creative written works that will be passed on to 3D Concepts students who will, through the support of the UNI Digital Media Hub, create short, stop-motion films based on the writers' works. The Truth musicians will then use the written works and the films to create a soundtrack that will be layered on to each film. This semester-long collaboration will culminate in a public movie premiere (complete with a red carpet!) at the Waterloo Center for the Arts where the community is invited to celebrate alongside these writers, musicians and artists and see the films they created together projected on the "big screen". A panel discussion with all of the artists will follow the screening.
The UNI Job and Internship Fair will feature more than 120 organizations including employers and non-profits. All majors and grade levels are encouraged to attend.
FIRST Robotics Competition is the ultimate Sport for the Mind. High School FRC Teams from across the midwest and the world will design and program robots to compete. The FRC Iowa Region is free and open to the public. Students, facultys and staff are welcome. Concessions will be open. The event is open Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 pm, Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. through the finals and award ceremony ending at approximately 6:30 pm.
The Tenth Annual Graduate Student Symposium showcases the research and creative works of the graduate student community. The event includes poster presentations, oral presentations and creative performances.
The event features creative performances, oral presentations and poster presentations by graduate students. Graduate faculty will serve as judges.
The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Student Association will host the annual Cedar Valley Nonprofit Awards Luncheon to recognize the contributions of local nonprofits and nonprofit leaders. Awards that will be presented are for individuals and organizations. The categories include Business Partner of the Year, Nonprofit Staff Leader of the Year, Nonprofit Board Member of the Year, Koob Award for Collaboration, Gordon Mack Award for Student Leadership, Legacy Award, New Nonprofit Employee of the Year, Exceptional Nonprofit of the Year.