Center for Energy & Environmental Education

The mission of the Center for Energy and Environmental Education (CEEE) is to empower Iowans with the knowledge, tools and inspiration needed to create a sustainable and desirable future for the state's communities. The Center's projects are community-based and solution-oriented, involving collaborating partners across Iowa.

Barbed Wire

The Center, established in 2010, advocates for a prominent role for Holocaust and genocide education on campus, in the community and in the curriculum of Iowa's schools. It aims to be the primary information, resource and technical support center for Holocaust and genocide education in Iowa for teachers, school administrators and students.

Math Equation

The Center for Teaching and Learning Mathematics (CTLM) at the University of Northern Iowa is committed to research, development and delivery of high-quality educational resources and experiences. Making Sense of Mathematics and Teaching, a professional development series of courses, deepen teachers' understanding of mathematics content and helps them implement research-based

Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center (GBPAC)

The Gallagher Bluedorn was built through a private/public partnership some 14 years ago.  It quickly grew in use, and now hosts 100% more events then originally planned for.  While many know the Gallagher for its artists series that hosts world class artists, most events at the GBPAC are in direct support of the academic mission and life of the University.

Iowa Space Grant Consortium

The Iowa Space Grant Consortium strives to coordinate and improve Iowa's future in aerospace science and technology and to stimulate aerospace research, education and outreach activities throughout the state.

Metal Casting Center

The Metal Casting Center is a nationally recognized leader in foundry research, applied technology and technical business assistance.


The Recycling and Reuse Technology Transfer Center (RRTTC) is an interdisciplinary research, education and outreach center serving Regents universities, researchers and students, Iowa citizens, business and industry.

Cloud to ground lightning

The Science Center for Teaching, Outreach and Research on Meteorology (the STORM Project) was founded in August 2000 as a cooperative program between the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Northern Iowa.

Green Prairie Grass

The Tallgrass Prairie Center's mission is to restore native vegetation for the benefit of society and environment through research, education and technology.

Plant in Greenhouse

For over 70 years, as part of their educational mission, the UNI Biology Botanical Center on central campus has housed a distinct array of living plants. This extensive and well displayed Teaching Collection contains a diversity of species that range from ancient tree ferns and cycads to a large number of economically important varieties from around the world.