Human Resource Services will host an informational session on retiring from UNI. This hour long session will be presented via Zoom on January 6 at 10 a.m. Please register in advance.
According to recent CDC data, the U.S. is averaging a COVID-19 death every minute. If you would like to build a grassroots project to remember those who have died from this disease, please email Francesca Soans, Associate Professor of Digital Media.
The December 2020 OBO Newsletter is now available.
A performance testing special is being offered in January and February 2021. It will include a full physiological assessment (includes aerobic fitness, blood pressure, body composition, strength/muscular endurance, and flexibility). The cost will be $20 for students and $30 for faculty. All other tests are 25-50% off!. Please email Dr. Terence Moriarty or visit the Performance Testing webpage for additional information.
Found property items are dropped off at the UNI PD. UNI Police are attempting to reunite these lost items with their owners. If you believe one of these items may be yours, contact 319-273-2712 or visit the Department of Public Safety for the found property log.
Human Resource Services is hosting a session on balancing the responsibilities between work, family life, and money challenges. Led by Robert Moore, with Lee Wealth Management, via Zoom on Thursday, January 14 at 3 p.m. Please register in advance.
Human Resource Services is hosting a TIAA informational webinar on the Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program, SAVI and assistance available. This session will be offered on Tuesday, January 12 at 3 p.m. Please register in advance.
Are you too nice? Do you find it hard to be assertive and ask for what you want? Did you know millions of people struggle with being “too nice”? Being nice can make it hard to speak up, say “no,” or do something that might upset someone. In this webinar, Dr. Aziz Gazipura will use engaging stories, humor, and disarming vulnerability to cut through the nice conditioning and liberate the boldest, expressive, authentic version of you. Register for this webinar at the Alumni Relations webpage.
The Newman Civic Fellowship honors students creating long-term social change by addressing issues of inequality and political polarization and demonstrates motivation and potential for effective long-term civic engagement. More information can be found on the Newman Civic Fellowship webpage. To submit a nomination, complete this the short form by Monday, December 21.