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Tuesday, July 1, 2003


EMPLOYEE RESOURCES 

MANAGING ANGER: Want to learn how you can be a better
relationship partner or co-worker? Become a better negotiator?
Improve your people skills? In "Practical Anger Management
Skills for Home and Work," youπll learn skills to help control
your temper as well as important techniques to help you
diffuse the anger in others. To enroll, go to:
http://www.uni.edu/hrs/training/index.htm
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MEMFIS TRAINING: Additional MEMFIS training sessions
have been added. For a list of classes, or to enroll, visit:
https://access.uni.edu/cgi-bin/memfis_train/memfis_train.cgi
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EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Allen EAP is a program
provided by UNI to help you and your family deal with personal
problems. Employees who qualify for university insurance benefits
and their immediate dependent family members are eligible for up
to six free counseling sessions per year. Visit
http://www.uni.edu/hrs/eap/index.html for more information or call
Deedra Billings, wellness resource coordinator, at 3-7162.
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DIVERSITY TRAINING: New sessions of the diversity awareness
program, "A Campus of Difference" have been scheduled for the
2003-2004 academic year. The sessions have been revised
and shortened to a four-hour format. To register, go to
http://www.uni.edu/hrs/training/index.htm
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SUMMER MASSAGE: Treat yourself or a friend to a relaxing
massage from a licensed massage therapist.
Massages are offered on Tuesdays from June 9 to July 3 from
3-6 p.m. $10 for 15 minutes. Sessions up to one hour
may be purchased. Pay by cash, check, u-bill, or payroll
deduction. Call 3-6119 to schedule.
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NEWS 

ROBES FOR CONVOCATION: Deadline for ordering
robes is July 8. For details, visit
http://www.uni.edu/unionline/public/316.html
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AEOP OFFICERS INSTALLED: Judy Dieken, Human
Resources, is the 2003-04 president of the UNI-AEOP
Organization. New AEOP board members are Carolina
Wilson, School of Music; president-Elect, Dianna Jones,
Student Support Services; secretary, Michele Mullings-Shand,
Grants and Contracts; treasurer, and Karen Williams, PLS,
past-president/historian. Donna Uhlenhopp, Communication
Studies, was honored as AEOP Professional of the Year,
and Gary Shontz, Controller's Office, AEOP Administrator
of the Year.
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CONSTRUCTION UPDATE/WATER SHUTOFF:
A contractor will replace a section of water main from the Baker Hall
parking lot to Maucker Union. Access will be disrupted to Wright,
Sabin and Seerley Halls. Water service will be disrupted in the
Greenhouse, Baker, Wright, Sabin and Seerley Halls at different times.
For further details, visit
http://www.uni.edu/unionline/public/319.html

 

HOURS 

JULY 4 LIBRARY HOURS:
http://www.library.uni.edu/libinfo/hours.shtml#fourth

EVENTS 

BOOK DISCUSSION: Cedar Valley Reads will host a
discussion of "Peace Like a River," by Leif Enger at 7 p.m.,
Tuesday, July 1 in Rod Library, Room 210.
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EXPRESSIVE ARTS DISPLAY: The Expressive Arts class will
present a showing of its elementary classroom-related projects
in the SEC lobby Tuesday and Wednesday, July 1 & 2. The
projects, designed to incorporate the arts into elementary classrooms,
include self-portraits, litter collages, puppets, and a math/music
project called "Can-certo." For more information, e-mail
<Linda.Sharp@uni.edu>
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PROGRAM AND SLIDESHOW WITH BETTY LADUKE:
LaDuke's exhibit "Children of the World" is on
display at the University Museum through July 31.
LaDuke will host a program and slideshow July 12,
7:30 pm.
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CHILDREN OF THE WORLD FAMILY VACATION: University Museum, July 12,
9 a.m. - noon. Children and families are invited to embark on a journey
to Mexico, Japan, Nigeria and India. You will see a little bit about
each culture as you learn a game, speak the country's language and
make a craft. Also see the photo exhibit of "Children of the Cedar
Valley." Children must be accompanied by an adult. Free.


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