The Sexuality, Women and Gender Research (SWAG) Forum will feature a panel of Women's and Gender Studies graduate students discussing the current climate on campus regarding issues of inclusion and diversity. The panel, titled "#UNIWeCanDoBetter: Women's and Gender Studies Students Speak Out," will be held at noon Monday, Dec. 2 in the ScholarSpace, LIB.
The University of Northern Iowa has created a new position within the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice as part of an institutional effort to better retain, recruit and serve students of color.
The position, retention and mentoring coordinator, was filled by Dacia Carter, who will develop and expand programs designed to mentor and serve underrepresented students on campus.UNI Newsroom »
The final "Spill the Tea" for the semester will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11 in 103 EBAR. Several exchange students and the Study Abroad Center staff will highlight our programs in South Korea and Japan. Cookies and tea will be provided.