Join the UNI Women's and Gender Studies Program in participating in the Clothesline Project. In recognition of Relationship Violence Awareness Month, WGS will host t-shirt decorations to raise awareness for violence against women. People who have been affected by violence, be it first-hand or otherwise, are invited to decorate a t-shirt with their thoughts, feelings and supportive messages surrounding the subject. These shirts will then be hung on a clothesline for all to see.
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Charlotte Wells will present "When Women Weren't Allowed to be Human(ists): Tales of Female Scholars in the Italian Renaissance." The event is free and open to the public.
Dedication of the John Baskerville Memorial Painting. Rhonda Gray, artist and UNI graduate, will give a lecture and present her art work to the Department of History. his event is free and open to the public.
Joanne Goldman will present "The Birth, Death, Resurrection, and Demise of the U.S. Rare Earth Industry." The event is free and open to the public.
Gregory Bruess will present "Russian Revolutions of 1917: What Do We Know After 100 Years." The event is free and open to the public.
The 44th Annual Carl L. Becker Memorial Lecture in History will be presented by James Livingston, Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer and Professor of History at Rutgers University. The title of his lecture is ""F%#* Work, A Manifesto: Why Full Employment Is a Bad Idea, or What Is to Be Done When Work Disappears." The lecture is free and open to the public.
Helen Harton will share tips and best practices for teaching the responsible conduct of research (RCR) to graduate and undergraduate students. This workshop will present the latest research findings on effective strategies for engaging students in active learning about ethical issues, and share resources, links to case studies and other information that will assist instructors in addressing research integrity in their courses and/or offering their own research integrity trainings and workshops. This session targets faculty members, but anyone interested in RCR education is welcome. Registration is required. (https://ethics.uni.edu/ethics-workshop-registration)
Helen Harton will present and lead discussion on the ethical issues involved in conducting research projects involving human participants, animal care and use and the potential impacts of research integrity or misconduct on communities and society. This fits Part A of the Ethics in Research and Scholarship certificate. Registration is required. (https://ethics.uni.edu/ethics-workshop-registration)
Deanne Gute and Ellen Neuhaus will facilitate this workshop focusing on how to avoid plagiarism of others' work as well as one's own. They will also touch on collaboration in authorship and appropriate dissemination. This fits Part A of the Ethics in Research and Scholarship certificate. Registration is required (https://ethics.uni.edu/ethics-workshop-registration).
Susan Etscheidt will lead this research faculty panel discussion. The workshop will help participants become acquainted with key ethical issues regarding integrity in authorship, data management and collaboration in scholarship as they pertain to qualitative inquiries. This fits Part A of the Ethics in Research and Scholarship certificate. Registration is required (https://ethics.uni.edu/ethics-workshop-registration).