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Monday, Nov 11, 2013 — Sam Bass is a senior at UNI with an English major and a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies, and his expected graduation date is May 2015. Bass says there are very few things he loves more than college; he would love to work at a university for the rest of his life. His main goal would be to impact students the same way he was impacted upon...
Monday, Nov 11, 2013 — What is 50 foot high and weighs six tons? A 3 dimensional printer on a crane. Recently, the Department of Technology lifted the Metal Casting Center’s new 3D printer to the third floor of the Cedar Valley TechWorks facility.The Metal Casting Center was recently funded $1.2 million from the state of Iowa to create a new Center for Additive...
Monday, Nov 11, 2013 — Dr. C. Clifton “Cliff” Chancey III, 58, passed away Saturday, Oct. 19 in Cedar Falls.Dean Joel Haack stated,“Cliff was a strong academic leader. His interests extended beyond his department to include service to the university, being involved in the recent presidential search and the NCAA review of UNI’s athletic program. He also provided...
Thursday, Oct 10, 2013 — In May, Art Department Head Jeffery Byrd exhibited photographs and completed a four-day performance piece at Arcade Cardiff in Wales. Above he is shown performing The Boss in Chicago. (Photo by R. Saunders and G. Gambino). In June, he was featured in the Rapid Pulse International Performance Art Festival at Dfb Gallery in...
Thursday, Oct 10, 2013 — When she’s not anchoring the morning and midday news at KCRG-TV9 in Cedar Rapids, Electronic Media alumna, Nicole Agee spends much of her time volunteering with local organizations in her community.“I enjoy volunteering for a variety of organizations in Cedar Rapids. I’m a member of the Board of Directors at Theatre Cedar Rapids and...
Thursday, Oct 10, 2013 — Senior Geology major, Madison (Maddie) Pike, spent a large portion of her summer in the southern hemisphere, where she created geological maps as part of Michigan Technical University’s South Africa Field Camp. The camp took place in Cape Town, South Africa, the Langebaan Lagoon in West Coast National Park near Langebaan, South Africa, and...
Thursday, Oct 10, 2013 — NOVA and the National Earth Science Teachers Association (NESTA) are teaming up in a series of webinars for middle school and high school educators. Please register to join us for one or both of the following presentations at www.surveymonkey.com/s/...
Thursday, Oct 10, 2013 — Congratulations to our Regents Faculty and Staff Excellence award recipients! These five individuals, from CHAS, were recognized by the Board of Regents for their significant service to UNI and the state of Iowa.The Regents Faculty Award Recipients for Excellence include:Paul Siddens, Associate Professor of Communication...
Thursday, Oct 10, 2013 — Artist and educator, Hannah March Sanders of Bowling Green, Ohio, will be visiting in the Department of Art Oct. 14-18. During her visit, she will be giving demos in printmaking classes, speaking with students about her work currently on display in the UNI Gallery of Art, and working with printmaking students to complete a project that will...
Tuesday, Sep 10, 2013 — The world isn’t just moving into digital dominance, it’s sprinting there, and it’s the responsibility of educators to keep up. Today, Facebook reports 1.15 billion users; more than 6 billion hours of videos are watched on YouTube monthly; and Twitter claims 500 million registered users. The University of Northern Iowa recognized this growing...

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