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UNI Online

Vol. 2, No. 17

October 10, 2000

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EMPLOYEE RESOURCES

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NCA REACCREDITATION REPORT REVIEW: UNI is in the process of

completing its NCA Self-Study, which is required for

reaccrediting the institution for another 10 years. It is

extremely important for the Self-Study process that the draft

be reviewed by the faculty, staff, and students and that the

Steering Committee receive responses by Oct. 20. In addition

to the web version, copies of the UNI-NCA Self-Study Draft

Report may be downloaded in MS Word 6.0/95 or Adobe Acrobat

(.pdf) from the web site. Hard copies also are available at

the Rod Library Reserve Desk.

http://www.uni.edu/vpaa/nca/report

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UNI TECHNOLOGY POLICIES: The University world wide web policy(9.58)

requires that "Any transactions that require secure communications

(such as in the use of social security, pin, or credit card numbers

over the internet), must receive the approval of the office of the

Associate VP for ITS that the transmission, storage, and use of such

data meets standards for security and privacy, such as using Secure

Socket Layer (SSL)."

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INK CARTRIDGES: All Hewlett Packard ink cartridges that end in the

letter "G" have been discontinued. The replacement ink cartridge

now ends with the letter "A". Some machines are still being shipped

with the "G" ink cartridge. This is a lower yield ink cartridge

than the "A" cartridge. Any order received with the "G" cartridge

will be replaced with the "A" cartridge. HP part number C1823A has

been discontinued. The replacement is C1823D or C1823T (twin pack).

When requisitioning cartridges, please give the model number of your

machine and the part number for accurate service. If you have any

questions, call Mary at 3-2451.

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UNIVERSITY HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE MEETING: Wed., Oct.11,

3:30 — 4:30 p.m., Maucker Union Columbia Room.

Agenda: 1) Review of Emergency Management Manual,

2) Pesticide/Herbicide update, 3) Iowa Waste Reduction Center audit.

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INTRAMURAL SOCCER: 8 on 8 co-rec soccer

tournament for students, faculty & staff. Entry forms are available

at the WRC Office, WRC 101. The entry fee is $15 with a two game

guarantee. Registration team entry is due by Oct. 11 at 4:30 p.m.,

in WRC 101. Games will be played on Sun., Oct. 15 at the Intramural Fields.

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UNITED WAY "TOP TEN" LIST: "Every time you eat chocolate your IQ

will double" is just one of the "Top Ten Reasons to Give Generously

to United Way!" Complete your 2001 pledge form after you check out

the other nine reasons at

http://www.uni.edu/dor/UnitedWay/

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WELLNESS NEWSLETTER: The Words of Wellness, a newsletter for UNI

faculty and staff is available online at

http://www.uni.edu/wellrec/empwell/wow/newsletr.html.

If you would like to receive a hard copy through campus mail three

times each semester, contact Kathy Gulick at 3-6921 or Kathy.Gulick@uni.edu

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WRS FITNESS CLASSES HALF PRICE: WRS Fitness classes are half price

beginning Oct. 24. (Specialty classes are excluded.) There is still

time to sign up for Karate Lessons, Ballroom Dance and Swing Dance.

Stop by WRC 101 to register or call Dana Foster at 3-5859 or

Dana.Foster@uni.edu.

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TEMPLE & VILLAGE: PATTERNS & PRINTS OF INDIA: An exhibit of over

50 textiles on display at the University Museum through November.

Weekdays 9-4:30, SS 1-4.

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NEWS

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FAREWELL OPEN HOUSE: Administration and Finance is having an

open house for John E. Conner, Vice President for Administration

and Finance. Thurs., Oct 12 from 3:30-5 p.m. at the Commons

Georgian Lounge.

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UNI-CUE AWARDED GEAR UP GRANT FOR LOGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:

The Department of Education announced that UNI will receive funding

under the Gear Up Program. This grant is for $1.27 million for a

period of five years. The purpose of the grant is to provide Logan

Elementary School students with the skills, motivation, and preparation

needed to pursue post-secondary education.

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SPEAKER CANCELLED: The speaker for this Wednesday's Earth Science

forum is cancelled. Mr. Lind will reschedule his speech on the Price

and Cost of Gasoline. The next talk in the Earth Science Forum will

be on Mon., Oct. 16 by Jim Walters, Professor and Head, Department

of Earth Science. His talk will be "Iceland is not All Ice".

The talk will be at 4 p.m. in Latham 125.

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UPCOMING P&S COUNCIL ELECTIONS: Upcoming elections for five new

members of the P&S Council will be held the first full week of

November. Watch for nomination and voting information to follow

in the next two weeks.

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UNI CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CLUB: The UNI Construction Management

Club is searching for projects to use as fund-raisers for our

organization's activities. These activities help our members create

a strong network in the construction industry, while gaining valuable

knowledge of the industry. We are a non-profit, insured organization,

our projects could be tax deductible! If you have questions, comments,

or projects want a list of eligible projects go to

http://www.uni.edu/unionline/public/159.html

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TRAINING

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TRAINING LIBRARY BEING PLANNED: Human Resources Training & Career

Development is creating a database of training materials, including

videotapes, books, CD ROM's, etc. Although materials included in the

database will remain with the original departments, this database

will establish a centralized catalog and will facilitate employee

development. Departments possessing such material and interested

in being included in the library should contact Nicole Tunning at

3-6439.

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EFFECTIVELY STEWARDING THE SCHOLARSHIP PROCESS: If you deal with

foundation scholarships attend "Effectively Stewarding the

Scholarship Process" on Wed., Oct. 11, in Maucker Union, Ambassador

Room from 9-11 a.m. The UNI Foundation in conjunction with the

Financial Aid Office will be explaining the complete process

including how scholarships are obtained,the accounting procedures

that track scholarships, how financial aid administers scholarships,

and what each college and department needs to know to understand

scholarships and effectively administer their scholarship accounts.

Respond your attendance by e-mail to Susan.Reinart@uni.edu, or

call 3-7848.

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EVENTS

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SCHOOL OF MUSIC EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED: The student recital

of Mia Craig that was to be held Thurs., Oct 12 at 7 p.m. has

been cancelled.

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UNI-AEOP TO TOUR PAC: The UNI-AEOP will hold it's second meeting

of the year on October 10, by receiving a tour of the Performing

Arts Center (PAC). Members will meet in the lobby of the PAC.

If you have not sent in your membership and are interested in

joining the UNI Association for Educational Office Professionals,

get a membership form at

http://www.uni.edu\aeop

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DIRECTORS AND DESIGNERS PRESENTATION: The Director and Designers'

Presentation for Theatre UNI's upcoming production of the rock

musical HAIR will be held Wed., Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. in the

Strayer-Wood Theatre. The production team will share their vision

and process of mounting this classic piece of American theatre.

The event is free and open to the public.

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CONCERT: Wed., Oct. 11 Faculty Recital: David Rachor, bassoon.

GBPAC Davis Hall at 8 p.m. No admission charge.

http://www.uni.edu/unionline/public/157.html

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CONCERT: Fri., Oct. 13 UNI Wind Symphony Concert, Ronald Johnson,

conductor. GBPAC Great Hall at 7:30 p.m. No admission charge.

http://www.uni.edu/unionline/public/157.html

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MIDNIGHT CRAZY HOOPS: UNI Women's Basketball opens the 2000-01

season this Fri. night in the West Gym when they host Midnight

Crazy Hoops. Fans will have the chance to win great prizes,

meet the team and see the Panthers in action for the first time

this year. Plus...two lucky fans will have the chance to hit a

shot for $10,000 cash! The doors open at 11 p.m. and admission

is FREE!

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UNI WOMEN'S SOCCER: The Panthers host their final home regular

season game of the year this Sunday afternoon when they battle

Evansville. Match time is 1 p.m. on the field directly west of

the Dome.

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ELEANOR ROOSEVELT FUND: Making Strides for Women On Sun., Oct. 15

at 5:45 p.m. the Cedar Falls Branch of the American Association of

University Women is sponsoring a fundraising walk for the Eleanor

Roosevelt Fund. Money raised is used for educational research,

an annual Teacher Institute, and teacher fellowships to advance girl's

achievement in math, science, and technology. For more information

contact Pat Higby at 266-4934 or higby@uni.edu.

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MILLENNIUM LECTURE SERIES: "Encounters with a Double-Faced Ghost:

Feminist Scholarship in the New Millennium". Mon., Oct. 16, 7 p.m.

in the Commons Slife Ballroom. Feminist scholars and other researchers

in the social sciences and the humanities have been faced with challenging

contradictions about methods used to understand the truth of women's lives.

Whose voices can be believed? Whose voices can be trusted? Martha J.

Reineke, Professor of Religion, poses a new model for inquiry. The lecture

will be followed by a reception.

http://www.uni.edu/vpaa/millenniumlecture/fall/index.html

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UNI FLU CLINIC DATES: Wed. Oct. 18 7:00-8:30 a.m. and Tues. Oct. 24

5:30-7:30 p.m. @ the Student Health Center. Fri. Oct. 27 7-8:30 a.m.

@WRC (remaining vaccine only). For more information check the WRS

web site under "Check This Out"

http://www.uni.edu/wellrec

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CLASSICAL MUSIC OF INDIA: October 20, 7:30 p.m., Wartburg Chapel,

Waverly. Featuring Dr. Praful Kelkar on the sarode and Anil Datar

on the tabla drums. Reception following. Admission is free.

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