Want your students to record a video for a speech or presentation? Create a Panopto Video Assignment which can be submitted and graded all within Blackboard. To learn how, visit Panopto's support page.
Since many of us are currently confined to our homes, let's talk about one of our most exciting new destinations for study abroad, the Bahamas. A virtual "Spill the Tea" session will be held on Wednesday, April 8 at 3 p.m. Course Leaders, Noah Doely and Alexa Sedlacek, will talk about the winter break study abroad in the Bahamas. You can join by clicking on the Bahamas Zoom link or by visiting our the Study Abroad Facebook account just before the event.
More than 150 online sections with 50+ that apply to LAC requirements are now available. Visit Summer@UNI and see how you can get ahead. Course details and financial aid information are also available on the website.
Join other student sustainability leaders to connect with peers interested in sustainability, help shape student engagement initiatives and assist with managing the UNI Student Green Fund. Interested students can apply by filling out the Google form.
TIAA financial consultants are now available from wherever you are. When you meet virtually with a financial consultant, you'll get answers to these questions: Am I saving enough? Are my investments properly allocated? Am I on track to meet my retirement goals? To see available appointments or to register, go to the TIAA website or call 800-732-8353.
Starting Wednesday, July 1, UNI's cable provider will remain with Mediacom, however our agreement will change. Under the new agreement, all cable television locations will incur a monthly charge. All organizations wanting to keep their service must register their televisions by Friday, May 8. This includes offices, classrooms and all other locations. Please use the following online form to register. For cable television rates and optional services visit the UNI Cable Television Rates link. For questions or concerns, please email Rick Seeley or call 319-273-7218.
The Learning Center at Rod Library is continuing to accept applications for Math/Statistics tutors, Science tutors, Writing Coaches, Academic Coaches and PLUS Leaders until Wednesday, April 15. For position descriptions, visit the Learning Center website.
Curious about how you can manage stress to improve your relationship with food? Register for a 1:1 Intuitive Eating Session to discuss your needs with a professional over Zoom. Find a time that works for you at the Student Wellness website.
The 4-week Intuitive Eating Workshop will meet in two groups over Zoom. Group 1 starts Tuesday, April 7 at 3:00 p.m. and Group 2 starts Wednesday, April 8 at 1:00 p.m. Email Jenna Petersen to register. These workshops are a safe space for students to discuss their experiences with food among a small group of others who are also interested in creating a new relationship with their mind, body and food. Discussion topics are centered around the 10 Principles of Intuitive Eating.
27th Street, east of Panther Parkway will be closing on April 6, 2020 for construction. Access to the B-parking lot south of 27th from Hudson Road will remain open. Panther parkway and traffic going west on 27th street will stay open. The street will open before August 14, 2020. Please call Steve Pavelec at 319-273-6165 with any questions or concerns.