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.
Learn about the terms Baby boomers, Gen X, Gen Z, Millennials and how to close the generational gap and improve communication, teamwork, and innovation amongst those groups. In this enlightening webinar, Ryan Jenkins will bring market insight into the generational gap and why it exists. Ryan will also provide perspectives of each generation’s varying views of work, leadership, communication, and technology and provide best-in-class examples of organizations successfully closing the generational gap. Register for this webinar and check out other online events at the UNI Alumni Association webpage.
There are many options when choosing care for an ailment. By utilizing each facility correctly you can save yourself, and the self-insured health plan money. Learn more about your health care options on our web page.
Human Resource Services will host a one hour session presented by the Volunteer Center of the Cedar Valley on Tuesday, December 15 at 10 am via Zoom. Learn ways to give back this season. Please register in advance.
The Human Resource Services December newsletter is now available. View upcoming workshops, seminars, tips on using your UNI benefits, informational articles, and employees retiring this month.
Sell your textbooks for cash at the UNI Bookstore through Wednesday, November 25. Stop in the store and save 20% off store wide (excludes textbooks, face masks, calculators and diploma frames).
With forecasters predicting some winter weather in our future, remember to be prepared for winter driving. Check out the National Safety Council, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for tips and advice on preparing, traveling and avoiding the pitfalls that happen with winter driving.
While online holiday shopping is nothing new, more of us will be avoiding the malls and brick-and-mortar stores this year — which opens up big opportunities for cybercriminals. This, along with COVID-19, is expected to anchor most of the scam and phishing lures in circulation this season. Read more at the threat post webpage.
Leading off the Virtuous Educator Speaker Series is Jason Baehr, professor of philosophy, Loyola Marymount University (LMU). He will speak via Zoom from 3 to 4 p.m. on "Integrating Intellectual Virtues into Academic Teaching and Learning." Sponsored by Educational Psychology, Foundations and Leadership Studies, College of Education, with support from a Kern Family Foundation grant. Open to all UNI faculty. Register in advance.