Learn a new, quick tip to look through the content in your courses. Blackboard allows you to view your course content as a file browser window with the click of a button. Visit the UNI eLearning Suite website to learn more.
Enjoy free pizza and learn about the Camp Adventure program from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13 in the College Eye Room, MAU. Please RSVP in advance.
Official nomination letters for these awards accepted from faculty, department heads and graduate coordinators must be submitted as a PDF and sent by email to the Graduate College by Friday, Dec. 6. Don't forget to recognize the outstanding work of our UNI colleagues.
Grab lunch at the food court and head to the CME at noon Thursday, Nov. 21. This event will inaugurate a new series of panel discussions, with each one highlighting perspectives from different student populations. These moderated student panels give faculty the opportunity to hear student voices directly, and to reflect on issues of equity, diversity and inclusion at UNI.
Could adding coding enhance the use of equipment and/or software in your course, labs or research? Eugene Wallingford, computer science, will facilitate a discussion exploring opportunities to integrate computer science, especially coding, into other subject courses at noon Wednesday, Nov. 20 in 218 LIB.
What is effective teaching? This session will survey resources that support peer review responsibilities with respect to teaching, and invite conversation about how this process can best support learning. There will be identical sessions from noon to 12:50 p.m. and 1 to 1:50 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 in 378 LIB.
Find out more about UNI ScholarWorks, UNI's institutional repository, and how it promotes worldwide scholarship at noon Thursday, Nov. 14 in 373 LIB. The repository demonstrates student success and the quality of scholarship, research and creative work at UNI with a global reach.The session gives a tour of the variety of its content, which includes a journal publishing platform, open access books, image galleries, oral histories, theses/dissertations, conferences, class assignments and more.
Ijeoma Oluo, author of the UNI 2019 Diversity Common Read and New York Times best-seller "So You Want to Talk about Race," will give a public lecture at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11 in the auditorium, LNG. Oluo’s work focuses primarily on issues of race and identity, feminism, social and mental health, social justice, the arts and personal essay. For more information, visit the CETL website.
Ijeoma Oluo, author of the UNI 2019 Diversity Common Read and New York Times best-seller "So You Want to Talk about Race," will speak at a faculty forum at 1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11 in the ScholarSpace, LIB. Oluo's work focuses primarily on issues of race and identity, feminism, social and mental health, social justice, the arts and her personal essay. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, NBC News, Elle Magazine, TIME and more.
Ryota Matsuura, North American director for Budapest semesters in mathematics education, will speak on the Hungarian pedagogy at 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 in 10 WRT. He will dig into fun mathematical tasks that illustrate this pedagogy and talk about a unique study abroad program for students.