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The University of Northern Iowa is the only school in the state of Iowa where students can earn a nationally recognized nonprofit credential, the Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP) credential.

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Accolades

Molly Rome, a UNI senior majoring in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)/Spanish, has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to Argentina for an English Teaching Assistantship.

The UNI National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) Chapter earned National Gold Status. NSSLHA is the national organization for graduate and undergraduate students interested in the study of normal and disordered human communication.

Rebecca Gronewold, a senior, received the Excellence of Scholarship Award from the National Council for Geographic Education. Award recipients will be honored during a ceremony held at the 2014 National Conference on Geography Education presented by the National Council for Geographic Education.

Three UNI graduating students have received the Lux Service Award for their exemplary service to the university: Daye Pope, a political communication major from Clear Lake; Kayla McCormick, an exercise science and sports psychology major from Caledonia, Minn.; and Ramya Varadaraju, a computer science major from India.  

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Announcements

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015
BOR public hearing

The next Board of Regents public hearing at UNI is scheduled at noon, Thursday, April 16, in 030 BCS.

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015
First-year and senior students: It’s not too late to do NSSE

You can still complete the National Survey of Student Engagement and get your name into drawings for an iPad or one of 20 other prizes. Go to your MyUNIverse page and complete NSSE by April 30.

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015
GeoCache for College Cash

Rod Library will host GeoCache for College Cash, a Money Smart Week event, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday, April 20, in the east lobby. To play, students are invited to read seven posters on personal finance topics and answer seven quiz questions using their smart phones. You'll be competing statewide for a $1,000 scholarship. The posters will be available all week if you can't make the kickoff on April 20.

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015
'Islamic Shariah Law: Myths vs. Facts'

The UNI Muslim Students Association will host a presentation by Sabeel Ahmed, director of GainPeace.com, on "Shariah Law: Myths vs. Facts" at 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 22, at the CME. There are many misconceptions regarding this topic, so it will be beneficial for people of all backgrounds.

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015
Fall course: Acting for Life

The course Acting for Life uses acting tools to enrich the student's personal and professional life. Students will explore relaxation and concentration techniques and develop methods to increase self-awareness and empathy. THEATRE 1059 will be offered 12:30 to 1:45 p.m., Tuesday/Thursday.

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015
Singers workshop for 'Rent'

Do you sing Hip Hop? Gospel? Show tunes? Country? Rock? In preparation for the fall theater production of "Rent," there will be a chance to learn some of the music at 7 p.m., Sunday, April 19 and 26, in the SWT. The workshop will show how your voice sounds, your sense of rhythm and how you communicate with another performer while singing. Reading music is not required. For more information, email Jay Edelnant or call 273-6386.

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015
Panther Pick Up volunteers needed

Panther Pick Up will be during finals week. Volunteers are needed to help direct usable materials that would otherwise be thrown away to donation sites around campus. Two-hour shifts are available from noon to 4 p.m., Thursday, May 7, and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, May 8. If you're interested, email Eric O'Brien or call 273-7207. 

Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015
Policies available for comment

Review Policy for Information Technology Services University Data Classification Policy and Review Policy Overnight Camping on University Property are posted and available for comment until April 30 on the University Policies website. 

Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015
Lecture by the Hon. Jim Leach

Jim Leach was the director of the National Endowment for the Humanities from 2007-2013. He served eastern Iowans in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1977-2007. Bridging political eras, he is uniquely poised to address the ongoing problem of gridlock in U.S. politics. He will discuss "The Challenges of Non-Partisanship in a Partisan Era" at 3:30 p.m., Friday, April 17, in 002 SAB.

Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015
2nd Annual Runner's Rave Glow Run

Pi Sigma Epsilon will host its 2nd Annual Runner's Rave Glow Run on Thursday, April 23. Proceeds will benefit the UNI Sparkles cheerleading squad-- a squad inclusive to students of all abilities. There will be multiple DJ's, free Red Bull, glow sticks and a long-sleeved shirt to the first 150 participants to register