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Jennifer Trent

IWRC’s Jennifer Trent to serve as the President of the U.S. Composting Council

The U.S. Composting Council (USCC) has announced the UNI Iowa Iowa Waste Reduction Center’s Jennifer Trent as its new Board of Directors President.
Mom on her tablet with teenage daughter by her side looking at smart phone

A “major” decision: Guiding your teen’s career exploration before college

As a parent, you can guide your teen toward a career marked by purpose. Here are some tips to help you as your teen navigates career exploration.
UNI student shaking hands with President Nook at Commencement

UNI releases Fall 2023 graduation and dean’s lists

Individuals may visit the website below and follow the instructions for retrieving the names of students who are Fall 2023 graduates and those named to the Fall 2023 dean's list.
Nathaniel Bryant programs a 3D sand printer

UNI’s Bryant receives Technical Achievement Award from the American Foundry Society

Nathaniel Bryant, assistant project manager of the UNI Metal Casting Center and Foundry 4.0 Centers, was selected for the 2024 Technical Achievement Award.
Person taking a picture of Justin Adams performing at the 2023 Homecoming Bash

Save the date: 2024 UNI homecoming parade set for October 26

Mark your calendars for an exciting UNI homecoming week, highlighted by the annual homecoming parade which is set for Saturday, October 26.
Interim Athletics Director Bob Bowlsby hands Jacobson a game ball

Coach Jacobson takes over as MVC all-time wins leader

UNI men’s basketball head coach Ben Jacobson is now Missouri Valley Conference’s all-time wins leader.
Robert Earle shaking hands with David Wilson

Robert Earle appointed inaugural Wilson Ethics Fellow to boost ethics education at UNI

One of the impacts of David Wilson's historic $25 million donation to UNI is Robert Earle being named the first Wilson Ethics Fellow.
A bolder, brighter tomorrow

UNI reaches Our Tomorrow goal early, raises goal to $300M

The UNI Foundation has identified a stretch goal of $300 million by 2026 to fund campus priorities via the Our Tomorrow campaign.