UNI School of Music faculty artist Randy Grabowski will present a trumpet recital with Polina Khatsko, piano. The recital will feature new music written within the last four years by Richard Kallman, Kevin McKee, Anthony Plog, Eric Ewazen, and Luis Engelke. This event is free and open to the public.
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UNI School of Music faculty artist Heather Peyton will present an oboe recital with collaborators and repertoire to be announced. This event is free and open to the public.
Visiting artist Robert Dorer will present a master class. Dorer joined the Minnesota Orchestra in 1997 as second trumpet after six seasons as principal trumpet with the New Mexico Symphony. He previously was a member of the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra, Santa Fe Pro Musica and Florida West Coast Symphony, and performed as guest principal with the New Zealand Symphony. He has performed as soloist with orchestras in Florida, North Carolina, New Mexico and Minnesota. This event is free and open to the public.
UNI School of Music faculty artist Alexander Pershounin will present a double bass recital with collaborators and repertoire to be announced. This event is free and open to the public.
This is a faculty workshop provided by James Lang, professor of English and director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at Assumption College. Ongoing calls to revolutionize and revitalize higher education need balancing with the everyday work that many faculty do in educating their students in traditional classroom spaces or online environments. A small number of key principles from the learning sciences seem to have the power to make a substantial impact on student learning in almost any type of course, from traditional lectures to flipped classrooms. This workshop will introduce some of those principles, drawing from recent publications in the learning sciences, and focus on how to use a variety of elements of course design and classroom practice—from the syllabus to the closing moments of class—to boost learning in powerful new ways. Advance registration is required.
ISO offers newly admitted international students the chance to attend informative sessions, meet UNI staff and professors, register for classes, go shopping, participate in evening activities and much more. All new international students should complete the New International Student Arrival Form by Aug. 1. All undergraduate students should also register for ISO via the Office of Admissions website to prepare for advising.
All newly admitted international students arrive at UNI for a week of orientation before classes start, including International Student Orientation and UNI NOW!
The Culture & Intensive English Program (CIEP) invites staff and faculty to attend a workshop designed to explore intercultural communication and tools on how to work and support Middle Eastern students on campus.
The event is free for all participants; however space is limited and pre-registration is required. Register at http://www.uni.edu/ciep/workshops.
Light refreshments will be provided by the International Students & Scholars Office and the Office of International Programs.
Angie Kapely, a Fulbright Visiting Lecturer at University of Bahrain, will present the workshop. Kapely specializes in conducting workshops for university administrators, TESOL educators and Middle Eastern students. She has also presented similar workshops at the national NAFSA Conference, and the U.S. Embassy Bahrain, SACM graduation ceremony.
Sturgis Youth Theatre presents Wiley and the Hairy Man, July 16 through 19, at the Strayer-Wood Theatre. Directed by Gretta Berghammer, this southern folktale tells the story of a young boy who must confront his fears to outsmart the scary, hairy man of the swamp. Featuring a cast of 36 young people from the Cedar Valley, Wiley and the Hairy Man is the SYT's 16th annual summer fun production. Tickets are $5.00 and may be purchased by calling the Sturgis Youth Theatre at 319-239-1450.