Play antique word games, including Fictionary, “Animal, Vegetable, Mineral," Doublets, Authors and a few thousand-year-old, Anglo-Saxon riddles.
The university community is invited to view the Bits and Pieces digital image exhibit by Bailey Higgins on the Learning Commons Exhibition Wall, inside Rod Library. The exhibit area is located on the main floor of the library and will be on display until Oct. 31.
The UNI Museum will host "Rock the Stacks!," the second concert in the series featuring Clayton Ryan, Ladyspade and Amelia and Melina. This concert is part of the current exhibit "Ballroom Bash: Iowa's Rock 'n' Roll Legacy." Stop by, rock out and learn more about how Iowa has rocked through the decades.
Visit the Rod Library with your families on Family Weekend to enjoy these great activities: "Vinyl Friday" on a Saturday, listen to rock 'n' roll selections on vinyl in the Fine and Performing Arts Collection (4th floor); for kids of all ages (including actual children): self-directed activities and story sharing in the Youth Collection (3rd floor); coloring and Lego building in the Makerspace, room 286.
Megan Oakleaf will be discussing national trends related to the value of academic libraries and its role in the institutional mission of universities. Her presentation will be followed by a discussion on how Rod Library can help meet UNI's institutional goals.
Join Rod Library for the Makerspace Open House. Attendees can create a lighted homecoming mask and enjoy light refreshments.
The UNI Museum is hosting "It Takes an Iowan" at the Marshall Center School (corner of W. 23rd and Indiana Streets) from Sept. 9 to Oct. 8. This exhibit, provided by Silos and Smokestacks, focuses on Iowans as leaders in the ongoing endeavor to provide food for the nation and the world. The exhibit will be open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
It Takes An Iowan was created by Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area (SSNHA). SSNHA is one of 49 federally designated heritage areas in the nation and is an affiliated area of the National Park Service. The heritage area covers 37 counties in the northeast quadrant of Iowa. Through a network of sites, programs and events, SSNHA interprets farm life, agribusiness, and rural communities—past and present. To learn more about Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area, visit www.SilosandSmokestacks.org(link is external).
Make your first impression count. Stop by the Learning Commons to have your free professional headshot taken and review your resume with Career Services.
Tthe UNI Museum will host "Rock the Stacks," a concert featuring local legends Twins, Peas and Carrot, and Kitsch. The concert will kick off the latest exhibit "Ballroom Bash: Iowa's Rock 'n' Roll Legacy." Stop by, rock out and learn more about how Iowa has rocked through the decades.