LaunchCamp 2020 is a virtual all-day live event on Tuesday, October 6. This free event will highlight and discuss the startup development stages. Speakers will share their own experiences and how they relate to specific stages of development: Discovering, Ideation, Conceptualizing, Committing, Validating, Scaling, Establishing, and Leading. Sessions are no longer than 35 minutes and will keep the content engaging. View event times and details at LaunchCamp.io.
This Zoom roundtable is an exciting opportunity to network with UNI colleagues, identify potential collaborators and meet people with similar interests in a fun, informal environment. Participants may give a short presentation on their scholarship, as well as participate in themed breakout sessions. Spots are limited and registration is required.
Join graduate students from all departments on Thursday, October 15 at 7:00 p.m. for a virtual social and trivia night. Enjoy free hot chocolate or apple cider in this relaxing event hosted by the Graduate College. Registration is required.
The Human Resource Services October newsletter is now available. View upcoming workshops, seminars, tips on using your UNI benefits, informational articles, and employees retiring this month.
The Department of Communication and Media announces open submissions for Tick Tock: Time to Shock; a one minute horror film competition. Submissions are due by Monday, October 26 at midnight via QR code on posters around campus or go to the sign up form. Prizes will be awarded for the top three entries.
ISSO invites the university community to participate in the Family Friendship Program (FFP). This fall many of our new and returning students were not able to come to the U.S. and UNI. We are looking for volunteer families who want to reach out to our new international students using Zoom, Skype or Facebook, several times per month. If you are interested, please complete the Family Friendship Form .
If you’re passionate about public service and want to represent the U.S. around the world, a challenging and rewarding career is waiting for you. Join Ronald Packowitz, U.S. Department of State Midwest Diplomat-in-Residence, and Catherine Baker, a Rangel Fellow on Monday, October 5 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. to talk about careers in the Foreign Service and post-graduate fellowships. Registration is required. A Zoom link is provided upon registration.
The Veridian and COE Community Engagement Fellowship application is due Friday, October 30. The purpose of this Fellowship is to encourage faculty to engage with community partners to enhance their teaching and scholarship while advancing community work. Additional information and application materials can be found on the Community Engagement website .
The Center for Multicultural Education is hosting a scavenger hunt on Wednesday, October 14. Prizes will be gifted to the winners, including gift cards. More information can be found on the CME website or on their social media @uni_cme.
Catch UNI Coca-Cola Ambassador, Emma Kaisand, outside of the Maucker Union on Wednesday, September 30 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. for a free can of AHA Water. She will be offering samples of a variety of flavors from peach + honey to strawberry + cucumber. It can also be purchased in coolers around campus. Taste the delightful duos and have an AHA moment during semester midterms. Email Emma with any additional questions.