RodCon 2023, Saturday, April 1st, 2023 from 10-4pm
Mar 07, 2023

Rod Library's 8th Annual RodCon

This mini-comic book convention draws people across the Cedar Valley to share their love of all things pop culture.  Mark your calendar to visit Rod Library on Saturday, April 1!  


Man attending Iowa State Teachers College
Mar 02, 2023

Blast from the Past University Archives

Have you ever wanted to dig deep into the archives for research purposes or a trip down memory lane? Special Collections & University Archives now has a new digitized collection of images from the University Archives photo collection.


We all have different financial responsibilities, but we still deserve equal education opportunities
Mar 01, 2023

Textbook Equity 101

Register to attend Textbook Equity 101!  Open to the entire UNI community, this session will share recent accomplishments of the campus-wide Textbook Equity initiative. Spoiler alert: we have saved UNI students more than $1 million!


Book and Media Sale, December 2 4 to 6pm. December 3 noon to 4pm in Schindler
Nov 17, 2022

Public Book and Media Sale

Help Rod Library make room for exciting new projects – and go home with some great reading and listening! Rod Library is having a huge book and music sale just in time for your holiday shopping. On Saturday, December 3 from noon to 4:00 pm visit the Schindler lobby to choose from a wide assortment of children’s and young adult books, plus hundreds of LP records and a few CDs and music scores. There will be a pre-sale on Friday, December 2 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm for local K-12 educators. 


Patrick Pease holding his Presidential Medallion
Feb 09, 2022

Pease nabs first-ever Presidential Medallion

Patrick Pease has played a crucial role in slowing the spread of COVID at UNI. Because of this, President Nook honored him with a Presidential Medallion.


Larry Yazzie, a renowned Meskwaki fancy dancer, in the Strayer-Wood Theatre.
Aug 26, 2021

‘Indigenous students belong here’ UNI crafts close relationship with Native tribes

On Tuesday, a half-day of campus listening sessions to help develop a planned mission stewardship statement acknowledging UNI’s presence on Indigenous land was capped by a presentation and dance performance by Larry Yazzie, a renowned Meskwaki fancy dancer, in the Strayer-Wood Theatre.


New UNI provost Jose Herrera
Aug 12, 2021

Changing trajectories

As a first-generation college graduate whose unexpected path led from Chicago’s rough Southwest Side to a career in science and academia, UNI’s new Provost Jose Herrera understands the power of small changes to transform lives.


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