Join Employee & Family Resources on Wednesday, May 13 at 10 a.m. for their weekly webinar, Leading to Recovery. This session will explore leadership best practices to inspire employee confidence and lead others towards recovery and optimal performance.
A TIAA consultant will be conducting virtual individual counseling sessions. Topics covered include: "Am I on track for retirement?", "Can I add more to my retirement plan and how do I start this?", "Is my current mix of investments appropriate?" and "How do my TIAA investments coordinate with my other plans?" To see available appointments or to register, go to the TIAA website or call 800-732-8353.
Have you ever been curious about the impact of Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) among students at UNI? Join a FSL Virtual Experience session Wednesdays between June 10-July 15 to learn directly from current UNI students. Hear firsthand students testimonials and get the opportunity to ask questions about the reach of FSL at UNI. Register online to receive the Zoom call information and visit the Facebook event page for more information.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to join a fraternity or sorority? Current UNI students can register to join a FSL Virtual Experience session. Interact with fraternity and sorority members, hear about the fraternity and sorority community and get the inside scoop on recruitment processes. Join Wednesdays between June 10-July 15 to discover how your college experience could be enhanced by membership in a fraternity or sorority.
Over the next few weeks, watch breathtaking student performances from our spring 2020 Interpreters Theatre classes taught by Dr. Danielle McGeough, Dr. Karen Mitchell, and Dr. Josh Hamzehee. To watch, follow our instagram at /UNIINTERPTHEATRE or facebook.com/UNIInterpTheatre.
Employee and Family Resources will host a webinar on Wednesday, May 6 at 10 a.m., Mental Health Awareness Month. Learn about the prevalence of mental health issues and explore small, daily activities to strengthen your mental and emotional well-being.
Submit your one-minute video to the 2nd Annual Digital Media Competition by Monday, May 4 at midnight. This year's theme is COVID or Not COVID. Any genre will be accepted including fiction, documentary, news, vlog, journal, visual poem, experimental, animation, comedy, drama, romance and science-fiction. To enter complete the 2020 Entry Form . Open to all students. For more information contact Francesca Soans.