Feature Story Archive

A new infant simulator for UNI students to use in their class work.
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Next generation learning
The UNI Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders became the first in nation to use a computerized high-emotion simulator, named "Paul."
UNI campus
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
UNI Fulbright scholar empowering Afghan women
UNI graduate student Hasina Jalal is following in her mother's footsteps to build a legacy of fighting for women's rights in war-torn Afghanistan.
UNI President Mark A. Nook speaks at DMACC
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
UNI officials visit new UNI@DMACC campus
President Mark A. Nook and others got a sneak peak at the $24 million building that will host the new program.
Jamie Chidozie, director of UNI's Center for Multicultural Education
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Purple Couch series begins
President Mark A. Nook and Police Chief Helen Haire joined Jamie Chidozie, Director for Diversity, Inclusion & Social Justice for a conversation on community policing.
UNI's Student Health Center
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Feeling stressed this election season?
You’re not alone. Two UNI professors offer advice on ways to cope
UNI campus
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Preparing for a (possibly) uncertain Election Day
UNI political science professors share their expectations for what Nov. 3 and its aftermath may look like.
A medieval witch hunt
Thursday, October 29, 2020
A history of witchcraft
For her new Audible lecture series, UNI history professor Jennifer McNabb conjures the history of witchcraft and explains why those considered outsiders are still persecuted today.
UNI professor Siobahn Morgan
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
A once-in-a-blue moon Halloween
The first worldwide Halloween blue moon in 76 years arrives this weekend. UNI astronomy professor Siobahn Morgan gives us the story behind the spooky phenomenon.
UNI campus
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Local leaders discuss race, policing and social justice at UNI panel
A police chief, criminology professor and local activist gathered at UNI to discuss police reform, defunding the police and the role of education in addressing racial inequality, among other topics.
UNI campus
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Inspiring a new generation
Growing up in a home where her mother struggled with drug addiction, Yolanda Williams was “the kid who felt really lost.” Now the director of UNI’s Classic Upward Bound program, she’s inspiring youth throughout the Cedar Valley.