Kyle Fogt, UNI Export Controls Officer, will outline what faculty and staff need to know about federal export control regulations in an online Zoom session. Those who travel internationally, are engaged in sensitive technical research, use special equipment and/or have international students or collaborators are encouraged to attend. Please visit register in advance.
Founder and Executive Director of Active Minds, Alison Malmon, will be speaking on Thursday, April 1, at 6 p.m. She will be discussing her story, why she created the organization, and how to cope during these unprecedented times. The Meeting ID to participate is 992 6313 1207 and the Passcode is 661781 .
The improv Student Organization, Some Assembly Required, will be holding auditions the 2nd week of April (11th to 17th). All students regardless of improv experience are welcome to try-out. Please register in advance.
The Interpreters Theatre is proud to announce our 2021-22 Interest Call, Open Call for Directors/Shows, Lip Sync Slam, '21 Shorts 4 Short Attention Spans and I.T. Performance Collective. To participate, fill out this interest form by Friday, April 16.
SC and UA's COVID community archive project continues, and we want to hear from you. Have you been vaccinated? Were your holidays impacted by the pandemic? Has your experience changed since last March? Please submit your stories, photos, audio/video recordings, and more on the COVID at UNI webpage.
Applications for Cat Crew and Peer Mentor positions for the 2021-2022 academic year are now open. We're looking for awesome students who want to help create a great experience for new Panthers. Applications are due Wednesday, March 31. Click on the Cat Crew webpage to apply. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Accelerate progress toward your degree. More than 200 sections are available this summer, many of which meet LAC requirements. Check out the courses available through Summer@UNI. Advance registration begins Monday, March 29.
TheatreUNI's Virtual Festival continues when performers speak back to Sophocles from 2020, examining the legacy of the myth of Greek theatre. The film includes actors performing Greek selections and original creative responses. Some mature content. Performances will be available Thursday, March 25. The price is $10 (Faculty and Staff use the code IGTMSAVE for a 50% discount.) See the TheatreUNI webpage for more information.
UNI Proud and Gender & Sexuality Services collaborate in the first week of April every year to celebrate Pride Week. The schedule of events for Pride Week 2021 includes the Art Gay-la, Safe Zone Ally training, a film screening, Q & A with scholar Susan Stryker and more. Visit the Gender & Sexuality Services webpage for details or to register for a specific event. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.