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Tuesday, June 3, 2003


FINAL CUT PRO TRAINING: Sign-up now for Final Cut Pro Training,
July 14, 15. Cost is $200. Sponsored by ITS Educational Technology,
College of Humanities and Fine Arts, and Apple Computer. Go to to register and
view the agenda.
Financial Aid/Student Employment Office is introducing two new tools
that will help match students with potential employers. For
details visit




NEW HIRES: Merit: Daniel Banks, patrol officer trainee, Public Safety.
P & S: Shannon McQuillen, director, development/COE, Development.
STATE FAIR VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: UNI will exhibit at the Iowa State
Fair Aug. 7-17. Some 200 alumni volunteers staff the exhibit.
The State Fair attracts more than 1,000,000 visitors annually and
provides wonderful visibility for UNI to promote its services to
Iowa. Faculty and staff volunteers are needed to staff six hour
shifts, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and 3 - 9 p.m. Volunteers receive free
UNI polo shirts and admission to the Fair. If interested, contact
Stacey Christensen, University Marketing & Public Relations,
phone 3-3170; email,
SUMMER CONFERENCE GUESTS: The following groups will be on campus this
summer. The Mid America Instititute of Professional Photographers
conference is June 1-5. They are staying in Noehren Hall and ROTH Complex.
Upward Bound Programs participants are staying in Lawther through early
July. A reunion of Hagemann Hall residents from the seventies is on
campus through today. The summer orientation staff will be based in
Hagemann Hall through early July.
ON-CAMPUS DINING: The Piazza opened June 2. Guests may pay cash, charge
to the u-bill or request a payroll deduction.
Bakery items are available at Biscotti's in Redeker Center; open weekdays
7:30 a.m. - 4p.m. Redeker Center is accessible from the south side of
Rider Hall. The 23rd Street Market is open weekdays 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sandwiches, salad bar, homemade soup, hot dogs, pizza and nachos are
available 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
SUBMIT INFO FOR 2003 FAMILY WEEKEND: 2003 Family Weekend is Sept. 26-28.
Schedules for college departmental and organizational activities must
be received soon for inclusion in the 2003 UNI Family Weekend brochure.
The tailgate begins at 2 p.m. and the football game at 4:05 p.m. Plan
your events accordingly. Submit activity description, time, date,
location and contact name ASAP to: or KGriep,
University Marketing & Public Relations, GIL 127, 0017.
SOCCER CAMP: Division I coaches and athletes will offer soccer camps
for children ages 6-17. With each child registered for the UNI soccer
camp this summer, receive one free ADULT ticket to one 2003 game.
Many camps to choose from; see and
click on SOCCER or call Jason Nellis, 3-2267.
RETIREMENT ANNOUNCEMENT: David Kacmarynski is retiring from UNI,
ITS-Network Services as a Computer Information Tech II after 29+ years
of service. A retirement open house will take place Thursday June 5,
at the CBB, Room 101, from 2 - 4 p.m. Come and wish David well.


ART EXHIBIT - PAPER: From June 9 - August 9 the UNI Gallery of Art
will present "Rie Hachiyanagi: A Retrospective," an exhibition of
installations utilizing handmade paper. The artist will present a
lecture on her work and her research into Japanese papermaking July 11
at 6 p.m. in the KAB Art Auditorium. A reception will follow. Sponsored
in part by Humanities Iowa. The exhibition, lecture, and reception
are free and open to the public. Due to construction, visitors are
encouraged to park in the UNI-Dome South lot and use the Hudson Road
overpass to reach the Gallery of Art. Visit

collection of photographs by Betty LaDuke will be on display June 16
through July 31. Over the past 46 years, LaDuke has traveled to
Africa, Asia, and Latin America many times, capturing people in their
daily activities. A reception will take place June 19.

UNI MUSEUMS' A-Z INSTITUTE - "F Day": Flashes, Film and Fotos will meet
twice. In session I, June 16, students will learn about photography,
composition, and choice of subject. Session II (June 30) will cover
selecting and preparing photos for exhibition. These pictures will be
displayed alongside the summer photo exhibit, "Children of the World."
Classes meet from 10 - 11:30 a.m. Cost is $20. Register by June 3.

FREE OUTDOOR SUMMER THEATRE: Theatre UNI, in collaboration with UNISTA,
will present Shakespeare's romantic comedy, Twelfth Night, June 12 - 14,
in the courtyard next to the Strayer-Wood Theatre. Admission is free.
Bring lawn chairs and blankets. Rain location: Bertha Martin Theatre.
Visit for more information.

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