The Summer Orientation staff has been selected and will participate in training sessions throughout spring semester.
“The summer staff has a central role in welcoming students to their UNI experience. They are hosts and guides during summer orientation and encourage incoming students to access all that UNI has to offer,” said Kristin Woods, coordinator of new student programs. “These students bring a rich collection of experiences to their role as summer staff members. I’m confident our new students will benefit from their guidance and friendship,” she said.
Staff members (with their UNI major) who were selected through a competitive interview process are:
Tyler Avis, Geography
Christopher Bowden, Public Relations
Dylana Bowen, Psychology and Criminology
Nicole Combs, Pre-Business
April Czarnetzki, Art Studio: Graphic Design
Sarah Duster, Social Sciences Teaching and Communication/Theatre Education
Ashley Fitzgerald, Elementary Education
Brady Fritz, Marketing
Shane Fuller, Interpersonal Communication
Ian Goldsmith, Psychology and Theater
Kyra Hawley, Chemistry Marketing
Alicia Jessip, Spanish and Electronic Media
Cora Johnson, Social Work
Nicholas Kavanaugh, Electronic Media
Theresa Luensmann, Biochemistry and Biology
Evelyn Marolf, Middle Level Education and Social Science Teaching
Madilyn Ramaekers, Physics and Chemistry Education
Orientation dates for new students admitted for summer and fall 2011 have been scheduled and are listed below. Students and families will begin reserving their spots in orientation sessions during UNI Up Close events later this month, and online reservations will continue through the spring and summer months. Visit www.uni.edu/orientation or contact email@example.com for more information. Freshman orientation dates: June 6-7; June 9-10; June 13-14; June 16-17; June 20-21; June 23-24; June 27-28; June 30-July 1; July 7-8; July 11-12. Transfer orientation dates: April 26; April 28; April 29; June 2; June 3; June 8; June 15; June 29. The final orientation for fall semester is Friday, August 19.