The June 2020 OBO Newsletter is now available.
A TIAA consultant will be conducting virtual individual counseling sessions. Topics covered include: Am I on track for retirement?, Can I add more to my retirement plan and how do I start this?, Is my current mix of investments appropriate? and How do my TIAA investments coordinate with my other plans? To see available appointments or to register, go to the TIAA website.
Human Resource Services will host an informational session on retiring from UNI, for faculty and staff planning to retire soon or in the foreseeable future. The session will be presented via Zoom on Tuesday, July 14. Please register in advance.
Interested in serving as an AmeriCorps member? The Volunteer Center of Cedar Valley and the Office of Community Engagement are hiring two AmeriCorps Members.The purpose of the AmeriCorps position is to focus on capacity building for student community engagement opportunities, as well as develop new programs and opportunities that enhance student civic awareness. To apply visit the AmeriCorps online survey site. For more information, email Kristina Kofoot.
On Friday, June 12 Information Technology will replace the security certificate used to secure connections to eduroam WiFi on campus. All UNI-owned and managed devices will be automatically reconfigured for the new connection and nothing will be required. Visit the IT website for more information.
Are you new to Blackboard? Or perhaps you've never learned the basics? This workshop addresses navigation, available tools, organizing and getting started with adding content and making your course available. See this and other workshops on the Professional Development Opportunities for Faculty website for the Tuesday, June 16 workshop.
Human Resource Services will host an informational session on the basics of Medicare and how to integrate healthcare into your retirement plan. The hour-long session will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, July 8. Please register in advance.
Human Resource Services will host an informational session on retiring from UNI, for faculty and staff planning to retire soon or in the foreseeable future. The session will be presented via Zoom on Wednesday, June 17. Please register in advance.
In the past, building a home network was nothing more than installing a wireless router and several computers. Today, as so many of us are working, connecting or learning from home, we have to pay more attention to creating a strong cyber secure home. Click here for four simple steps to do just that.
Please join us for Online with Rod: Connecting Your Fall Classes to Library Services, Instruction, and Resources sessions scheduled through July 1, 2020. Rod Library Librarians would love to partner with you more than ever during this time of online instruction. The session will provide practical instructions for including specific resources in your course plan, explore free Open Educational Resources and guide you to the resource access you and your students need.