Tuesday, September 28, 2021

2021 Research Roundtable | Tuesday, October 12 - 3-4:30 p.m.

Designed for faculty and staff, this virtual roundtable is an exciting opportunity to network with UNI colleagues, identify potential collaborators, share ideas and expertise and meet people with similar interests in a fun, informal environment. To register, please visit the Zoom registration page.


Monday, September 27, 2021

Mental Health Training Survey

The UNI Counseling Center is currently collecting survey responses to evaluate current mental health trainings and to assess mental health related topics/trainings that the campus would like to see. Please complete the form on the Mental Health Training Feedback Link.


Monday, September 27, 2021

Whose Voice? Exhibit

UNI Museum has an equally biased history. Whose Voice is a response: it takes another look, questioning who has the authority to be telling the stories of museum collections and how they should be presented to the public. The exhibit will take place on October 11, 4-6 p.m. on the first floor of Rod Library.


Monday, September 27, 2021

KNOW MORE Gender Violence Survey

Please encourage all undergraduate and graduate students to participate in the KNOW MORE gender violence survey. This effort will provide a critical understanding of student perspective and experiences related to gender violence while attending UNI. This understanding will contribute to the development of policies and programs on campus. Students may access the survey at the here. For more information, email the UNI Equity team.


Monday, September 27, 2021

KNOW MORE Gender Violence Survey

Help us KNOW MORE by completing the KNOW MORE gender violence survey in your email inbox. This survey will provide a critical understanding of student perspectives and experiences related to gender violence while attending UNI. This understanding will contribute to the development of policies and programs on campus. For more information, email the Office of Compliance and Equity Management.


Monday, September 27, 2021

IRB Learning Tutorial & Discussion | Tuesday, October 5 - 2-4 pm

Presented by IRB Chair Todd Evans, this Zoom tutorial session is designed to explain the UNI IRB submission and review process within the context of the needs of attendees, their research plans and preparation of their IRB materials. To register, please visit the Zoom registration page.


Friday, September 24, 2021

Level Up Your Parenting: Using Parental Pressure for Children’s Success Instead of Disaster

On Wednesday, October 6 at 12:00 p.m. (EDT), Dr. Hendrie Weisinger, co-author of The Unlikely Art of Parental Pressure, will address the biggest parenting dilemma of our time: pushing kids to succeed and find happiness in a challenging world without pushing them too far. Dr. Weisinger will present eight evidence-based methods for transforming harmful pressure into healthy pressure. For more information visit the Alumni Association webpage.


Friday, September 24, 2021

The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World

On Wednesday, September 29 at 12:00 pm (EDT), Dorie Clark, Harvard Business Review author and executive education professor, will share concrete strategies to help you sharpen your strategic thinking and embrace a long-term perspective that pays future career dividends. For more information visit the Alumni Association webpage.


Friday, September 24, 2021

TheatreUNI Presents: "A Small Pair of Feet in the Middle of the Sea" by Kit Steinkellner

TheatreUNI’s first production for the season runs Wednesday, September 29 - Sunday, October 3. This “whimsical drama” retells the Greek myth of Icarus, the boy who flew too close to the sun. Performances are in the courtyard outside the Strayer-Wood Theatre. For tickets visit the UNItix webpage.


Thursday, September 23, 2021

MID-TERM EVALUATIONS, a.k.a. “SGIDs”

Requests must be received by Wednesday, October 6 at noon. Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID)​ is a method of formative course evaluation that uses a trained, outside facilitator to conduct a mid-semester discussion with students to provide feedback to an instructor. SGIDs are best done between weeks 7-10 of the semester, and are very helpful for making mid-course adjustments and clarifications in a course. If you are interested in having a SGID done in a course this semester, please complete the SGID form. For more information, visit the CETL webpage or email Jonathan Chenoweth.


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