UNI Outdoors will host a spring break trip on the Santa Fe River and Cumberland Island National Seashore. All experience levels for canoeing and backpacking are welcome. For more information, email UNI Outdoors or stop in 174 WRC.
Faculty & Staff Announcements
This student panel will held from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13, in the multipurpose room, CME. The panel features Black and African-American students and provides an opportunity to hear student voices directly, as well as to reflect on issues of equity, diversity and inclusion at UNI. For more information, visit the CETL website.
The deadline to sign up for the Spring Read, featuring "Generation Z Unfiltered: Facing Nine Hidden Challenges of the Most Anxious Population," is Friday, Feb. 14. Participants are responsible for obtaining their own copy of the book.
Have an upcoming event happening on campus? Be sure to submit the event and its details to the UNI Calendar of Events to keep students, faculty and staff informed about all that's happening on campus.
Deanna Gute will present the workshop "Obstacles to Optimal Student Writing: Lessons from the Learning Center" from 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11, in 378 LIB. For more information, visit the CETL website.
Registration is open for Camp Musicmania: Musical Mysteries, a one-week fine arts camp for children entering 1st through 9th grades fall 2020. The camp will be held June 15-19. All campers will be involved in music and movement activities, singing, dancing, drama and art.
The Culture and Intensive English Program International Friendship Program is a non-residential host family program. Volunteer your time and friendship for international students who need friends in a home away from home. For more information about single event or continuous relationship opportunities, email Sally Roos or apply online.
Exhibitors are needed for the STEM Festival from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, in the DOM. There is no fee to exhibit; however, all exhibitors need to register by Thursday, March 13. For more information or to register, visit the festival website.
Most people would never consider walking into a crowded room and loudly broadcasting to total strangers all the details of their private life—from their health issues to their family and friends’ names, ages, jobs or school locations. But often these same individuals won’t think twice about posting that same information on social media. The ramifications of sharing too much can have an impact not only on your personal and professional life, but also the lives of your family and friends. Read more.
Mary Braun and Andrew Morse, Office of Governmental Relations, will give an update on state and federal legislative developments that impact UNI from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, in 109P CME.