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Monday, Oct 1, 2012
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Questions about depression or anxiety? Take a free, anonymous screening at the UNI Counseling Center on Oct. 3. Screening times are at 10 and 11 a.m., 1 and 2 p.m. The screenings are open to faculty, staff and students. Call 273-2676 or email Gretchen Honsell for more information.
The UNI Panther Speakers program is offering a free webinar, "Being Globally Competent," presented by Chris Schrage, marketing, at noon, Thursday, Oct. 4. The presentation focuses on what global competency is. What does it take for a person to be successful and enjoy working in the global world? Participants will gain valuable insights for working and traveling abroad. Register at the Panther Speakers website.
Kate Lavelle, communication studies, will discuss "Playing Like a Man--Representations of Gender and Athleticism in Sports," at noon, Monday, Oct. 1, in 109A CME. Lavelle's speech will focus on the implications of statements that frame the athletic abilities of women in masculine terms, and explore why those statements are still used. For more information, contact Barbara Cutter, women's and gender studies, at 273-7102.
Camp Adventure is taking applications for summer 2013. If interested, complete an interest card at the Camp Adventure website. Camp Adventure Child & Youth Services program provides an opportunity for students to work with children and youth at various ages and developmental levels. Engage in a variety of cultural experiences through life and travel in other countries over a period of 10 to 12 weeks during the summer. Attend the upcoming interview from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 13, in the WRC. If you have questions, email the staff or call 273-5948.
Help Rod Library celebrate Banned Book Week Oct. 1 through 5. Check out the lobby display on banned books and join the banned book read-out on Friday, Oct. 5, outside the library. Like Rod Library on Facebook - there will be a trivia contest next week for a Nook.
The Washington Center for Internships (TWC) offers UNI students the opportunity to work in government, corporate and non-profit organizations in Washington, D.C., and earn UNI credits. Lean about the benefits of the program and the collaboration that TWC has with UNI. For more information, contact Isabela Varela or visit The Washington Center web page.
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