UNI Online
Vol. 2, No. 27
November 14, 2000
the availability again this year of the Iowa Regents Fellowship
Program, a project of the Regents institutions to stimulate scholarly
initiatives among the three institutions. The program offers faculty
the opportunity to travel to member institutions to exchange ideas and
develop collaborative projects in teaching, research and/or service.
The program is available to full-time, tenured and tenure-track faculty
at UNI, Iowa State and the University of Iowa. Faculty can request more
information and/or an application form from the Provost's Office or on
the UNI website at:
PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES NEEDED: This spring the Office of University
Marketing and Public Relations received a great response in request
for suggestions of academic activities to photograph for use in
Admissions publications and other university marketing materials.
Many of those photos were used, so we're looking once again for a variety
of laboratory, field experience, traditional classroom, arts, sciences,
business and technology opportunities to photograph. We want to feature
students interacting with faculty, other students, children and employers.
Faculty willing to spare a few minutes to help us represent their academic
areas are asked to e-mail class times and a brief description of the
activity to: mary.reidy@uni.edu
will be forwarding to all Deans, Directors, and Department Heads a form
used for the collection of select data elements required by the Oracle
Applications. In particular, we need assistance identifying employee
supervisors and travel expense approvers, information not currently
tracked in our legacy systems. We are asking that the form be completed
and returned to Human Resources by November 15. Additional project
information can be found at the MEMFIS web site,
VHS TAPES: Rod Library will withdraw all VHS videos that do not meet
the requirements of current copyright law as of Dec. 15. This
includes some titles that previously have been available for booking
and circulation. Records for all titles that will remain in the
collection will appear in UNISTAR, the online catalog. If you have
questions about the future availability of a particular title, please
contact the MultiService Center. To recommend purchase of a legal
copy of a video that will be withdrawn, you may submit a request via
UNISTAR, or contact the MultiServices Center (3-6002) or the
Collection Management & Special Services Department (3-7255).
Additional information about Library policies pertaining to videos
is available at:
UNI HOLIDAY CARDS: The 2000 UNI Holiday Cards, featuring an interior
scene of the President's home, are now available for departmental or
personal purchase through the Office of University Marketing and
Public Relations. The deadline for orders is Nov. 17. View the card
and place an order at:
COFFEE HOUR IN THE UNION: The Athletics Department would like to invite
the faculty and staff to get a cup of coffee and join some coaches and
administrators in the Ambassador Room in the Union on Wed., Nov. 15 from
9-10 a.m. Just a time to visit and get to know each other. Again, on
Tues., Nov. 28, from 10-11a.m. we will have coffee and chat.
Fine Arts (CHFA) will have an international programs display in the
Maucker Union on Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The display will
provide students with information on study abroad opportunities
available in of CHFA. If you have any questions, please contact
Reinhold Bubser at 3-2725.
AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK: For the eleventh year, UNI is supporting
American Education Week, Nov. 13-17, by offering area educators and
students a variety of activities and presentations hosted by university
faculty, staff and students. For further information refer to
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK: UNI participates in a national effort
to raise the visibility and highlight the importance of international
education. International students on campus, American students abroad,
faculty research and teaching overseas, foreign language education and
global content in courses are all examples of how global influences
impact our lives. For a glimpse of international education at work
at UNI and in our community go to
SILENT WITNESS: UNI Wellness and Recreation Services is sponsoring
the Silent Witness National Initiative Display on campus November
13-16. The display consists of 30 life size wooden figures bearing
the name and story of an Iowa woman murdered as a result of domestic
abuse. The purpose of the display is to promote healing and responsibility
in relationships and help eliminate domestic violence murders in the U.S.
by 2010. Dates and times of the events are available at
under the Check This Out icon. For more information, contact Julie
Thompson, Coordinator of UNI Substance/Sexual Abuse Services at 3-2137
or the Wellness Resource Lab at 3-6119.
SEMINAR: All UNI faculty are invited to a faculty seminar with Hearst
Lecturer, Wendy Doniger, Professor of History of Religions at the
University of Chicago. The seminar will be from 3-5 p.m. on Wed.,
Nov. 15 in CBB 319. Seminar participants will discuss a previously
distributed essay on "Rings of Rejection and Recognition in Ancient
India," which focuses on folk tales in which a ring plays a key role
in a story of marital sexual rejection. To sign up for the seminar and
receive a copy of the essay, contact Martie Reineke at
martha.reineke@uni.edu or call her at 3-6233.
CALENDAR TRAINING: A Calendar workshop is being offered on Dec. 8
from 9-11 a.m. for those UNI faculty and staff who are new to the
program or just want to brush up a bit on their skills. Follow the
link below for registration information.
STUDY ABROAD IN DENMARK: The European Cultural Studies Program at
Aalborg University. Today at 4 p.m. in Colombia Room, Maucker Union.
Students, faculty and staff are welcome. Presenter: Janeen Smith
Joergensen, Director of ECSP. Political science, communications and
business majors are especially encouraged to attend. Contact the
Study Abroad Center at 3-7652 if you have questions.
UNI MEN'S BASKETBALL: Tonight the Men's Basketball team takes on Pella
Windows in their final exhibition in the West Gym, tip-off is at
7:05 p.m. The Panthers open their home schedule Mon., Nov. 27 versus
Iowa State in the Dome. Tickets are available by calling 273-DOME.
SENIOR RECITAL: Tues., Nov. 14 at 6 p.m. Sam Oppel, percussion GBPAC
Davis Hall. No admission charge for more information go to:
CHORUS CONCERT: Tues., Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. UNI Singers and UNI
Women's Chorus Concert, Carol Tralau and Dyan Baker, conductors.
GBPAC Great Hall. No admission charge for more information go to:
Enterprise, Wed., Nov. 15 at 4 p.m., CBB 332. A joint panel of
business students and faculty will discuss the latest globalization
trends in four regions of the world: Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe
and Western Europe. Pizza and Refreshments will be served. Hosted
by the International Club of Business Students/Students in Free
Enterprise, and the College of Business Administration"
GUEST RECITAL: Robert Spring, clarinet GBPAC Davis Hall. Wed. Nov. 15
at 8 p.m. No admission charge for more information go to:
PLAY: Enjoy Shakespeare's romantic comedy of the battle of the sexes
and the nature of love as the GBPAC hosts "Much Ado About Nothing"
by the Aquila Theatre of London on Thurs., Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Great seats are still available and can be purchased at the box
office or by calling 3-SHOW.
Johnson, conductor, GBPAC Great Hall Fri., Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Ticket prices $6 Public; $5 Senior Citizen; $4 Student or admission with a
current Panther Pass. For tickets call 3-SHOW (7469) or you can buy
them at the door. For more information go to:
JAZZ CONCERT: Sizzling young jazz trumpeter, Nicolas Payton, hits
the Gallagher-Bluedorn stage on Saturday, Nov. 18th at 7:30 p.m.
Celebrate New Orleans jazz as Payton leads an all-star big band.
Great seats are still available and can be purchased at the box
office or by calling 3-SHOW.
UNI FOOTBALL: It has come down to one game, UNI Panthers vs. Western
Illinois. This Saturday night, Nov. 18 at 7:05 in the Dome. The winner
of this game goes to the NCAA Playoffs. (Note: The free faculty/staff
ticket offer was only valid for last Saturday's game vs. Prairieview A&M)
SYMPHONY: The Waterloo/Cedar Falls Symphony's Family Concert will be
Sun., Nov. 19 at Russell Hall. Music Director Richard Rosenberg
conducts the 4 p.m. performance featuring Richard Hawkins, clarinet and
the UNI International Dance Theatre. For tickets call 3-7469 or you can
purchase them at the door starting at 3 p.m.
UNI WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: The Panther Women's basketball team opens
their 2000-01 season this Sun., Nov. 19 at 3:05 p.m. in the West Gym.
You can purchase advance tickets by calling 273-DOME.
OPERA SCENES: UNI Opera Scenes, Don Rierson, director. GBPAC
Davis Hall. Mon., Nov 20 at 8 p.m. No admission charge. For more
information go to:
WOMEN'S PHILANTHROPY PROGRAM: "Unleashing Resources for Women and Girls",
Cedar Falls American Association of University Women (AAUW), Mon., Nov. 27
at 5:30 p.m., CF Women's Club. Stephanie Clohesy, Past-Chair of the Women's
Funding Network, will discuss the growing interest in women's philanthropy
and the creation of women's philanthropic institutions as a worldwide
phenomenon. Contact Stacy Van Gorp to make a reservation by 11/21
at 3-5826 or at vangorp@uni.edu. For more information go to
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