Walk the labyrinth every Tuesday, starting Feb. 14. Walking the path of the labyrinth allows for relaxation, reflection, meditation, creativity and inner peace. It's free, and no registration is necessary.
Jeffery Marsh is a genderqueer social media icon. They are most known for their posts about self-love on Vine andTwitter. They will give a presentation called "How To Be You."
Green Zone Training is for faculty, students and staff who want to learn more about the military affiliated student experience. The goal is to train members of the UNI community to know more about the issues and concerns faced by military affiliated students and to identify individuals who are available to support these students. These individuals are not expected to be experts who can “solve problems.” They are individuals who can lend a sympathetic ear and help the student veteran identify and connect with the appropriate resources. To register, contact Norman Ferguson.
Join UNI Proud in watching the documentary "Gen Slient." Gen Silent asks six LGBT seniors if they will hide their lives to survive. They put a face on what experts in the film call an epidemic: gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender seniors so afraid of discrimination, or worse, in long-term/health care that many go back into the closet. And, their decisions are captured through intimate access to their day-to-day lives over the course of a year in Boston.
End Pride Week with a bang! Progressive Prom is your chance to have an inclusive, awesome prom right here at UNI! There will be refreshments, music and a photo booth.
The Campus Ministries Association invites all faculty and staff to a soup and sandwhich lunch in appreciation for all they do for our students.
The TESOL Club will host this free round table discussion. Participants will learn about different language teaching topics and broaden their knowledge in language teaching.
The president, vice president and senator candidates for the 2017 student body election will answer questions generated by the student body. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the next potential student body president, vice president and college senators.
There will be a statewide conference to raise awareness of all types of PTSD and how to better serve students who may be dealing with these issues.