Almost 88 million Americans traveled abroad in 2017, and technology devices seem indispensable. Traveling with devices means that you must protect those devices, and the data contained on them, while away from home. Preparation begins before traveling and might require restoration of settings upon return. See this EDUCAUSE article for more information.
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.
Eric Scerri, department of chemistry and biochemistry at UCLA, speaks on the importance to scientific revolutions of trial and error, "unknown" scientists’ efforts and multiple discoveries at 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20 in 115 SRL.
The Society for Critical Studies is accepting submissions for the winter 2019 issue of "Cross-Cuts." The theme is "telos and totality." Students and faculty of all disciplines are encouraged to submit.
Accurate and up-to-date emergency contact information is critical for every employee. In the event of an accident, injury or sudden illness, your department, division and/or Human Resource Services will use this information to inform your contact(s). To keep this information current, all employees are urged to update their contact information each year or when a change occurs. To add and/or update your emergency contacts, access UNI e-Business Suite. Login and click on “UNI Employee Self Service” then click the “Emergency Contact Info” link. On the Emergency Contact Info: Extra Information page, read the instructions to guide your effort. For questions, email HRS or call 273-2422.
The UNI online directory is a source for current faculty and staff office contact information. To verify or make changes to your office and/or home (confidential) contact information, login to MyUNIverse > My Page > Update My Personal Information. This information is sent directly to Human Resource Services via email and will be updated within four working days.
Take time for you and stop by the Makerspace in 286 LIB from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Wednesday and Thursday for relaxing, rejuvenating activities and support. Visit the Student Wellness Services for more details.
Majors in Minutes will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, in Old Central Ballroom, MAU. Similar to speed dating, every eight minutes participants have the choice to stay at their current table or visit a new one. Junior and senior students from all majors will be there to share their experiences and answer questions. All are welcome.
The Center for Urban Education (UNI-CUE) has Ricoh toner cartridges available to departments at no charge. Colors available are magenta, cyan and yellow, and are compatible with MP C550/C9155/LD655C. The black cartridge is compatible with MP C5000/C5050/LD550C. Cartridges can be picked up at UNI-CUE or sent through campus mail. Call Gloria Galloway at 273-4772 for more information.
Register now for two accessibility workshops that will be Wednesday, Sept. 25. "Improving Accessibility in Your Course with Blackboard Ally" explains how Ally analyzes and rates course documents for accessibility. "From Reactive Accommodations to Proactive Accessibility" provides strategies to improve those ratings.