UNI Online  
(Vol. 1, No. 16)
Oct. 5, 1999
What's happening this week at UNI?

A schedule of events for Homecoming 1999 is available on the web at
A Flu Shot Clinic is available at the Student Health Center for 
students, faculty/staff, and spouses. Check the UNI Wellness web site 
under "Check it Out" for additional info:

A Health Screening and Information Day will be Friday, Oct. 8, from 
7-8:30 a.m. in the WRC Main Corridor. Blood Chemistry Profiles by 
Allen Hospital Lab will be available  Call the Wellness Lab at 
3-6119 to schedule an appointment.  Check out the details on the WRS 
web site by clicking on Medical Self-Care Programs. 
"Journals, Memory & Positive Thinking", second of the Museums' Sunday 
Series programs will be held on Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. Join Professors 
Barbara Lounsberry, Department of English Language and Julia Wallace, 
Department of Psychology, to learn how to recall events and details 
through journal-keeping.
The Black Hawk Regional Chapter of the Iowa Archeology Society presents 
Theory & Method of Cataloguing (i.e. The Care & Feeding of Archeological 
Collections!) at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6 at the UNI Museum. 
Homecoming is here, and both the UNI football and volleyball teams 
will be home to celebrate. The volleyball team (15-0 before Tuesday's
match at Western Illinois) hosts Bradley on Friday night at 7 p.m. 
in the West Gym in a battle for first place. The football team hosts 
Cal Poly on Saturday in the UNI-Dome at 1:30 p.m. Tickets are still 
available for both events. Call 319-273-DOME for more information. 
Also, season tickets are now available for men's and women's 
basketball. Call 319-273-DOME for information.
The UNI Counseling Center is participating in the 1999 National 
Depression Screening Day, Thursday Oct. 7. Mental health professionals 
will offer the opportunity to learn about the signs and symptoms of 
depression and manic-depression and to participate in a free screening. 
For more information, visit:
Purchase the "Wild, Wild West Gym Ticket"...your season ticket to 
every regular season athletic contest in the West Gym.  For only $60 
(a savings of over $100), you are admitted to all Panther volleyball, 
women's basketball and wrestling events.  Call 273-DOME for more 
The Department of Modern Languages is sponsoring a live satellite 
videoconference on Foreign Language Teaching. The topic will be "The 
Coming of Age of the Profession." There will be several presentations
discussing the emerging FL paradigm, the role of technology, 
teacher/learner roles and the national standards. There will also be 
live interaction with viewers and speakers from around the country. 
The event will be from 1-3 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 6 in 130C SEC. 
Theatre UNI begins its 1999/2000 season with the American premiere of
"Memoirs of the Warsaw Uprising" by Wieslaw Gorski, based on the 
work of Miron Bialoszewski.  "Memoirs" is directed by Cynthia Goatley. 
Performances are Oct. 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 10 and
17 at 2 p.m. at the Strayer-Wood Theatre.  Tickets are $8 for 
general public; $7 for UNI faculty/staff and senior citizens; $6 for 
UNI students and youth. Discussions with the playwright, director and
cast will be held following the performances on Thursday, October 7,
and Sunday, Oct. 10. For tickets, call the Theatre UNI box office at

Additional workshops have been scheduled in October for those wishing
to use Netscape Messenger and Calendar, the officially supported 
e-mail and scheduling programs for staff and faculty at UNI. Check the
ITS-Educational Technology website for complete information.

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