Take a guided tour of UNI's National Science Foundation Materials Testing Lab to learn how robots assist designers in selecting the best fabrics for their designs. These robots wash, sun bleach, rip and rub fabric to test its limits. Watch a short film about sewing robots and chat with faculty and UNI STEM ambassadors about technology in the fashion industry. The tour is approximately 15 minutes; the movie is about five minutes. The first 50 K-12 students will receive a free UNI STEM string backpack.
College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences
University of Iowa Professor of Art Susan Chrysler White juries this annual competitive exhibition, which features the finest recent works of students enrolled in classes in the UNI Department of Art. Awards Ceremony and Opening Reception: March 20 at 7:00 p.m. in KAB 111.
Susan Chrysler White, painter and public art sculptor, is Professor of Art at the University of Iowa. White is the 2017 juror for the UNI Gallery of Art's "Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition," a competition for students enrolled in art classes in the UNI Department of Art.
"A Look Back at the June 1976 Jordan Iowa F5 Tornado"Karl Jungbluth, Des Moines Office of the National Weather Service (retired) will present "A Look Back at the June 1976 Jordan Iowa F5 Tornado." The 1976 Jordan tornado and the 2008 Parkersburg tornado are the two most recent F5/EF5 tornadoes to hit Iowa.
Aaron Draplin, graphic designer, author and founder of Draplin Design Company, presents a lecture about his work as part of the Meryl Norton Hearst Lecture Series “Doubled Over: Humor, Wit, and Irony in Art and Design.”
Cedar Valley residents are invited to become involved and active in improving the Cedar Valley. Meet key organizations addressing social and environmental issues of our time; meet and network with other citizens; learn about issues and better engage elected officials.
As part of the August Wilson Festival, a community group of collaborators from UNI, Cedar Falls and Waterloo are staging a reading of The Piano Lesson, by playwright August Wilson, author of Fences. A discussion of race and community follows, featuring Lou Bellamy, artistic director of the Penumbra Theatre in St. Paul, the largest African-American theatre company in the U.S.
The work of Thurgood Marshall.
The story of the greatest march in American history.