UNI Online
Vol. 2, No. 30
November 28, 2000
INVENTORIES: Completed physical inventories of equipment are due back
in the Controller's Office (to Judy Kuhlmann) by Thurs., Nov 30.
AEOP ADOPT-A-FAMILY: Once again the members of UNI AEOP (Association of
Educational Office Professionals) have adopted UNI student families to
assist during the holiday season. Your help is needed for another
successful giving! You can sign up to make a donation by visiting
developing or enhancing job-related skills? Human Resource Services
has dozens of videotapes and books covering various topics including
communication skills, management skills, health and safety, and
financial planning. All of these materials are available for short
term check-out. Contact Robin Gurien at 3-3536 or Judy Dieken 3-2422
for more information.
AEOP COOKBOOK: As a fundraiser for AEOP scholarships and staff
development the AEOP (Association of Educational Office
Professionals) has a cookbook for sale this holiday season.
The recipes were contributed by a number of UNI employees from various
offices on campus. The cookbook sells for $10 and is on sale at the
craft show in the Union on Nov. 28. If you are unable to attend this
show, you may place your order through Lynn.Perigo@uni.edu.
The cookbook will delivered to your office before holiday break. The
last day to place an order and have it in time for Christmas is Dec 10.
WORDS OF WELLNESS: The December Words of Wellness, a wellness newsletter
for UNI faculty and staff, is now available on the Wellness and Recreation
Services web-site:
If anyone would like to be added to the Wellness Mailing list to
receive a hard copy of each issue, contact Kathy Gulick at
3-6921 or kathy.gulick@uni.edu.
PHONE BOOK CORRECTION: The correct campus phone number for
Mary Reidy is 3-2761.
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION: Put a Day of Library Instruction into Next Year's
Syllabus. Whether you will be teaching Introduction to _____ or a
graduate seminar, your students will benefit from a fifty minute review
of library resources designed to enhance their research. To schedule
your Spring Semester 2001 classes for library instruction call 3-2839 or
MILLENNIUM LECTURE SERIES: "Technology, Deconstruction and
Pedagogy: A Lecture Recital". Mon., Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. in Maucker
Union Expansion. Jay Edelnant, Professor of Performance Studies,
turns his satirical attention to scholarship as he presents an evening
of solo performance based on millennial themes, such as the use and
abuse of technology, deconstruction and the revisionist historical
treatment of text, and the art of teaching in an age of litigation.
The lecture will be followed by a reception.
Club Christmas Variety Shows this weekend December 1 & 2, is sold out.
A mailing list has been created for individuals who wish to obtain tickets
for the year 2001 Christmas Shows. Persons wanting to be on that list
should contact Robert Byrnes at byrnes@uni.edu or 3-2028 to leave their
name and address. In October of 2001, an order form will be sent to the
list subscribers for the year 2001 show tickets.
NEW DIRECTOR AT GBPAC: Steven Carignan, operations director at the
GBPAC, has been named the facility’s interim director. The appointment
follows the resignation of GBPAC Executive Director Bruce Marquis.
Marquis' resignation becomes effective Jan. 1, 2001. Marquis is leaving
to pursue other opportunities.
UNI VOLLEYBALL IN THE NCCA TOURNAMENT: Panther volleyball captured
their third consecutive MVC title this past weekend and earned a trip
to the NCAA Tournament. They play Western Michigan this Friday at 5 p.m.
at the University of Wisconsin Fieldhouse. A very limited number of
tickets are available for purchase at the UNI-Dome ticket
office, 273-DOME.
SIDELINE COACHING PROGRAM: The athletic department is inviting
faculty, administrators and staff to participate in the Sideline
Coaching Program. Participants may observe the Women's Basketball,
Men's Basketball, Wrestling, Swimming, or Track and Field programs.
Attend a practice, meet the student-athletes and attend a contest as
an honorary coach. Please e-mail Colleen Heimstead
(colleen.heimstead@uni.edu) for more information.
in signing up a team, entry forms are available at the WRC room 101.
Open to students, faculty/staff & spouse
Entry Fee: $15/two game guarantee
Registration: Nov. 27 through Nov. 29 between 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.,
WRC room 101. Play begins: Sun., Dec. 3, WRC south courts.
COCOA, COOKIES & CAROLS: Nov. 28, at 5:30 p.m. and Dec. 10, at 2 p.m.
Warm up with cocoa as you begin the holiday season at this special
program in the Marshall Center One-Room School. For more
information call 3-2188.
GRADUATE RECITAL: Tues., Nov. 28, 6 p.m. Michael Jensen voice.
GBPAC Davis Hall, No admission charge. For more information go to
CONCERT: UNI Percussion/Marimba and West African Drum Ensembles
Concert, Randy Hogancamp, conductor. Tues., Nov. 28 in GBPAC Davis
Hall at 8 p.m. No admission charge. For more information go to
PUBLIC LECTURE: Noted UNI Biblical Scholar To Give Public Lecture on
Dead Sea Scrolls: Professor Kenneth Atkinson, Department of
Philosophy and Religion, will give a presentation on "Scrolls,
Scandals, and Scholars: A History of the Controversy Over the
Dead Sea Scrolls." Professor Atkinson's lecture is sponsored
by the UNI Department of History and the Phi Alpha Theta Honor
Society. The lecture will be held at 7 p.m. on Wed., Nov. 29 in
Seerley 115. The event is free and open to the public.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC SPOTLIGHT SERIES: Northern Iowa Symphony Orchestra
Concert, Rebecca Burkhardt, conductor. Wed., Nov. 29 in GBPAC Great
Hall at 7:30 p.m. $6 Public; $5 Senior Citizen; $4 Student or admission
with a current Panther Pass. For tickets call 3-SHOW (7469) or
purchase them at the door.
UNI MEN'S BASKETBALL: Catch the panthers against Texas-Pan American
Thurs., Nov 30 at 7:05. Come out and check out the Panthers in
action on their new court in the UNI-DOME (note, this is a corrected
UNI WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: The Panther Women's Basketball team is back
in action in the West Gym on Wed., Nov 29 at 7:05 against UMKC. The team
is on a roll this year and they want to 'Rock' the West Gym. Call 273-DOME
to reserve your tickets (note, this is a corrected date).
FACULTY RECITAL: Thurs., Nov, 30 at 8 p.m. in GBPAC Davis Hall
Northwind Quintet: Dominique Cawley, flute; Tom Barry, oboe;
Jack Graham, clarinet; Thomas Tritle, horn; and David Rachor, bassoon
No admission charge. For more information go to
At the University Museum, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, 1-5 p.m.;
Dec. 2-3, 1-4 p.m. 10% off all items; 25%-50% off on marked items.
Clothing from India, animal hand puppets, ornaments, jewelry,
educational puzzles, and much more. There will also be various
children's activities on Sun., Dec. 3 as part of WinterFest 2000.
For more information call 3-2188.
SENIOR RECITAL: Fri., Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. in GBPAC Davis Hall.
Ruth Muldowney, flute, and Lucinda Lear, voice. No admission
charge. For more information go to
HOLIDAY CONCERT: The Gallagher-Bluedorn PAC welcomes Canadian Brass,
bringing fun to chamber music in a special holiday concert for
all ages on Sun., Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Great seats are still
available and can be purchased at the box office or by calling 3-SHOW
or 1-877-549-SHOW.
CROW FORUM: Mon., Dec. 4, at noon in the Embassy room, of Maucker Union
Sheryl Welte-Emch, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the
Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, presents "Good Students, Good
Daughters: Girls and Women Struggling with Voice and Silence to Meet
Social and Cultural Expectations" The Graduate Program in Women's
Studies sponsors the Current Research on Women Forum Series. Faculty,
staff, students, and members of the wider community are invited to
gather for informal presentations and discussion.
UNI Concert Chorale, UNI Chamber Singers, UNI Singers and UNI Women's
Chorus Chimes of Christmas, Dyan Baker and Carol Tralau, conductors
First Presbyterian Church, Waterloo. Tickets are $6 Public;
$5 Senior Citizen; $4 Student or admission with a current Panther Pass.
For tickets call 3-2024 and at the door.
SYMPHONY: The Waterloo/Cedar Falls Symphony will present "A Sleigh
Bell Serenade" Dec. 8-9 at the GBPAC. Conductor Richard Rosenberg
leads the 7:30 p.m. concerts featuring the Metropolitan Boys Choir
of Minneapolis and St. Paul and soprano Dorothy Benham. To purchase
advance tickets, call 3-7469 and you can purchase them at the door
starting at 6 p.m.
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