Interested in studying abroad? Visit the information table in Maucker Union for more information regarding semester, short- term and Capstone programs.
Executive Vice President and Provost
Want a change of scenery? Get UNI credits at a partner university abroad for a semester. Listen to UNI students who have studied abroad for a semester. Classes are taught in English or the host country's language. Many major options are available.
The Study Abroad Center will present information about on- and off-campus scholarship opportunities.
The John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center will provide transportation to individuals attending the Money Smart Ag Conference. Keynote speakers include Mike Pearson, host of Market to Market and David Oppedahl, business economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. E-mail email@example.com or call 273-5732 to reserve your spot. Early registration for the conference ends Monday, Feb. 17, and can be completed by clicking on the event link.
When Curt Ellis left Iowa after creating the Peabody-winning documentary "King Corn," something didn't sit right––and it wasn't just the home-brewed high-fructose corn syrup he'd consumed. Join Curt for a lively multimedia presentation as he shares the journey that led him to leave filmmaking and join with a group of colleagues to launch FoodCorps, a national service organization that is changing the way children relate to food.
Fluxus Art pieces performed by UNI Performance Art students. UNI Gallery of Art Concert Series, in association with the exhibition “Remix: Art and Sound Unbound” featuring avant-garde music and art.
Regular meeting of the UNI Faculty Senate; open to all.
A Teaching with Technology award presentation by Jim O’Loughlin, Languages & Literatures
The development of the flipped classroom (where students watch video lectures at home and do "homework" in the classroom) has drawn a great deal of interest in K-12 education. This presentaiton examines the benefits and drawbacks of such a model in a college classroom setting. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED: Performance Studies faculty and graduate students take the stage in the first half of this evening of spotlight performances. And in the second half, graduate student Yaw Kyeremateng performs his one-person show about a true African who embarks on a journey to find his long lost "brothers." In his quest, he encounters xenophobia from people he originally anticipated to be family and realizes that color is not culture.
Participate with faculty in a discussion of Histories of the Dustheap. Histories of the Dustheap uses garbage, waste and refuse to investigate the relationships between various systems and shows how this most democratic reality produces identities, social relations and policies. Join by using Adobe Connect or in person. Pre-registration is required; register here to participate.