Come enjoy food and yard games with the UNI Physics Club and department faculty.
College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences
Come enjoy free food and meet the department faculty and students for our Annual Fall BBQ.
Carl Thurman, Ph.D., molecular cellular physiologist, will give a lecture titled “Life Is Art: The Evolution of Architectural Design by Frank Lloyd Wright.”
Philip Fass, professor of art and graphic designer, presents a lecture titled "The Design of Daylilies: Possibility, Intention and Variation."
Printmaker Hosford presents a public lecture about his work.
Laura Jackson, Ph.D., plant ecologist and director of the Tallgrass Prairie Center, and Wendy Miller, art educator, will present a lecture in association with the UNI Gallery of Art exhibition titled "Nature's Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art and Invention."
The film "I AM" is the story of Hollywood director Tom Shadyac who experienced a life threatening head injury, and his ensuing journey to try and answer two very basic questions: What’s wrong with our world? and What can we do about it?
This film explores the transition to an economy based on sustainable practices. The documentary explores the advantages of a “global green economy,” both for the planet and the business sector. This segment is part of the “Ethical Markets” television series by Hazel Henderson.
The films "9,000 Needles" and "Community Acupuncture" both explore the use of acupuncture as a healing method. "9,000 Needles" tells the story of Devin Dearth, a 40-year-old who suffered a stroke and turned to acupuncture therapy. "Community Acupuncture" is a documentary chronicling Working Class Acupuncture, a clinic that opened in Portland, Ore. in 2002. Tara Anderson, local acupuncturist, will speak following the showing of the films.
View the night sky at the McCollum Science Hall Observatory. Meet by the polar bear near room 137 before the start of the show (late arrivals will not be able to attend).