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Tuesday, Feb 25, 2014 — CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – Learn about fresh, local foods, farms and great recipes at the Cedar Valley Local Food Fair on March 15 from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Grout Museum District, 503 South St., Waterloo. Meet Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farmers and learn about their farms. Sample scrumptious recipes that can be made at home, try fun food...
Thursday, Feb 20, 2014 — Congratulations are in order for Alissa Cornick (Languages and Literatures) and Katelyn Santy (Communication Studies). Cornick was awarded the Outstanding Master’s Creative Thesis Award. Santy was presented the Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award. Both were awarded by the UNI Graduate College.Cornick’s thesis title was Apothecary and Other...
Tuesday, Feb 11, 2014 — CEDAR FALLS, Iowa—Dr. H. Arlo Nimmo published his book, Before Summer, this last January. The book is a collection of 16 short stories that illustrates the story of a...
Tuesday, Feb 11, 2014 — CEDAR FALLS, Iowa—University of Northern Iowa alumna, Beth Nybeck, is set to speak at the Kansas City TED Talks on February 20th, 2014. The theme is Idea Generation(s), and will focus on creativity and innovation through perseverance. All presenters will have overcome personal and/or professional difficulties to reach success. Their stories...
Tuesday, Feb 11, 2014 — Congratulations to Pierre-Damien Mvuyekure, professor of English and American/African American literature in the Department of Languages and Literatures, for publishing a poem, “Fear Not, South Africa," in the January/February 2014 issue of Konch...
Tuesday, Feb 11, 2014 — Congratulations to Jerry Soneson, head of the Department of Philosophy and World Religions on the publication of his paper, “The Legacy of Gordon Kaufman: Theological Method and Its Pragmatic Norms,” in Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.Soneson elaborates more on his article, “Gordon Kaufman was one of the more influential...
Friday, Dec 6, 2013 — In addition to balancing two majors, senior Corey Cooling is passionately involved in multiple campus organizations. His interests include environmental preservation, higher education, global politics, student activism, electronic dance music, and fantasy football. When he is able to make time, he enjoys listening to Iowa Public Radio, going...
Thursday, Dec 5, 2013 — The Earth Science Department is now offering an Environmental Science B.A. degree for students with an interest in protecting and preserving the natural environment. The degree is centered upon courses in the physical earth sciences, such as Air Quality, Environmental Hydrology and Environmental Geology, and this degree will help students...
Thursday, Dec 5, 2013 — Article Source: WCF CourierA throng of University of Northern Iowa marching band members tuned in Cedar Heights Elementary School students to important character-building skills during a theatrical “musicale” Friday [Nov. 8.]Twenty three marching band members, clad in their newly-minted uniforms of purple and gold, played a round of spirited...
Monday, Nov 11, 2013 — Scott Beason graduated in May 2005 with a B.A. in Earth Science and in May 2007 with a M.S. in Environmental Science (both from UNI). Beason currently lives in Ashford, WA, and works at Mount Rainier National Park.“Mount Rainier is a 14,410 foot volcano located about 60 miles southeast of Seattle/Tacoma, WA and is one of the most hazardous...

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