After moving into a new apartment, the timid and passive wife becomes mysteriously pregnant and the diabolical truth is revealed only after she gives birth. Come join the Film Appreciation Club Friday, Friday, October 9 at 7:00 p.m. in a screening of this horror classic. More information can be found at the Film Appreciation Club Facebook site.
This is a reminder that to comply with federal regulations, videos made available by public entities must include closed captioning to make them accessible. UNI-related videos produced for external consumption (i.e. posted on social media or website, embedded in emails, etc.) must be closed captioned. Failure to comply with regulations puts the university at risk for potentially serious negative repercussions, including lawsuits. For captioning assistance, please reach out to IT video services by placing a ServiceHub request. Please note, if utilizing YouTube's auto-captioning service, you must ensure captions accurately reflect the content before the captions are considered accessible.
Information Technology is reviewing wireless networking coverage on campus in an effort to make sure all classrooms and office spaces are sufficiently covered. If you are aware of a space on campus that may lack the needed wireless coverage, please let IT know by submitting a servicehub request for a wireless coverage review.
Faculty members interested in developing a new fully online course or enhancing course design and teaching strategies in an existing online course are encouraged to attend an upcoming Quality Matters (QM) workshop. Workshop descriptions, dates, and registration deadlines can be found on the faculty professional development page. For questions about the QM workshops, email Michelle Kosalka.
Human Resource Services will host a Q&A session to expand on the concepts discussed in Social Security 101. The session will be presented by John Morgan, with AIG, via Zoom on Wednesday, October 21 at noon. Please register in advance.
Last year, the student emergency fund kept 94 students on the path to graduation. With funds running low, Diane Berthel, ‘75, has agreed to match all gifts, up to $25,000. Help a student in need at the Student Emergency Fund website.
Human Resource Services will host a women’s health session in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A women’s health expert from MercyOne will lead this session via Zoom on Thursday, October 22 at 3 p.m. Advanced registration is required.
Human Resource Services will host a confidential biometric screening on Friday, November 6. Additional precautions and procedures will be taken related to COVID-19 and communicated to those registered. To register, visit the confidential biometric screening webpage. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
UNI co-hosts "Ignite the Cancer Conversation: Mind, Body, and Soul" via Zoom, 5.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, November 12. Medical experts and life coaches will guide participants through strategies for improving the lives and health of cancer patients and survivors. Registration is required and CEUs are available.
Employees are encouraged to submit Panther First Awards for receiving or observing excellent customer service. All UNI Faculty and Staff are eligible to receive the Panther First Award.