UNI Online
Vol. 1, No. 56
March 9, 2000

STUDENT TIMESHEETS ON AccessUNI: Through a new web-based student timesheet,
students may record their arrival and departure times using any computer
that has Netscape 4.0 or higher or Internet Explore 5.0 or higher. When
timesheets are due, they may be printed, signed by the student and the
supervisor, and submitted. The main advantage of the web-based timesheet
is that it automatically calculates the number of hours worked. Departments
are strongly encouraged to begin utilizing the new web-based Student
Timesheet, accessible through the student link of AccessUNI.
If you have questions, please contact Sherri Baldwin at 3-2656.
THANK YOUR STUDENTS: Do something extra special for your students during
National Student Employment Week. You may also nominate any outstanding
student for "UNI Student Employee of the Year". All nominees will receive
a certificate and one will be honored with a plaque. Please submit your
nominations to Brian Will (mail code 0024) by April 3. There will also be
free popcorn in the Financial Aid/Student Employment Office (116 Gilchrist)
on April 3-4. For Nomination Form and more info:

Rod Library
IRTS-SEC 222 will be closed from 5p.m. Friday, March 10-7:45 a.m.
Monday, March 20.
GBPAC VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: The Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center
wants you to be its newest STAR. Volunteer Ambassadors are needed during
the center's gala opening festival, April 6-27. The festival features
over 15 performances and will be highlighted by Gala celebrations on
April 15-16. If you love the arts, like working with people, and can
commit to four evenings as an usher, tour guide or coat checker - we'd
love to hear from you! To become one of the Gallagher-Bluedorn's
newest Stars as a volunteer ambassador, call Steve Carignan, at 3-3665.
ROAD CLOSING: West 27th Street, from just west of Nebraska Street to
Union Road, will close for reconstruction beginning Wednesday March 8.
Weather permitting, the construction will be completed in approximately
3 to 4 months. This project is administered by the City of Cedar Falls.

EXPERIENCE ONLINE LEARNING: ITS-Educational Technology will offer a
four-week mini-course March 20-April 16: Online Learning @ UNI.
Participants will experience online learning from the student point of
view while learning about and discussing online learning. For more
information or to register visit
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: The Rod Library will offer additional brief
workshops on the new Rod Library UNI UnCover Gateway. If you are not
yet taking advantage of document delivery call 3-2838 to sign up for
one of the following sessions:
Thursday, March 9 9-10 a.m., 3-4 p.m.
Tuesday, March 21 2-3 p.m.
Wednesday, March 22 11 a.m.-noon
Friday, March 24 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Tuesday, March 28 3-4 p.m.
Friday, March 31 9-10 a.m.
CUSTOMER SERVICE WORKSHOP: The Management and Professional Development
Center will present "Developing a Customer Driven Organization" on
March 23 and March 29 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in rooms 1-3 of the
Curris Business Building. For tuition and other information, call
3-5851 or 3-2965.

LISTEN TO UNI ATHLETICS TODAY: Tune in this afternoon to listen to UNI
women's basketball on KCNZ (1250 and 1650 AM), also available on the
Internet. Click http://www.uni.edu/athletic/broadcast/ to listen
in on the action as UNI plays Wichita State in Round 1 action of the
MVC Tournament from Springfield, Mo.
THE STORY BEHIND HURRICANE CARTER: Tuesday, March 21, at 7 p.m. in
the Maucker Union Expansion, John Artist and Lesra Martin will visit
the UNI community to share their experiences with Rubin "Hurricane"
Carter. John Artist was arrested along side Rubin Carter. Lesra
Martin was instrumental in freeing Rubin Carter from incarceration.
MASKS FROM AROUND THE WORLD: Masks can hide, protect, disguise,
liberate, or transform the wearer. Made for a wide variety of reasons,
they are simple but powerful creations of almost every world culture.
Join Museum Director Sue Grosboll to learn about the many ceremonies,
stories, and unusual uses of masks from around the globe. Tuesday,
March 21, 7-9 p.m. at the University Museum.
MAKE-A-MASK WORKSHOP: UNI Professor Marianna Delafield will lead
participants through the steps of mask making - from form to finished
mask - at the University Museum. This 3-part workshop will be held
March 22, 29 and April 5 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Bring scissors and wear
old clothes! Please register by calling the Museum at 3-2188; space
is limited. $20 fee.
WRS AQUA OLYMPICS: Win A T-shirt! Join the fun at the WRS Aqua Olympics
Saturday, April 1 at 7 p.m. Four person co-ed teams will compete in
Innertube Polo, Water Volleyball, and the Waterslide Speed Challenge.
Pre-register at WRC 101, March 27-31 between 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. or
register at time of event.
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