May 06, 2013
Today Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Terry Hogan announced the appointment of Glenn Gray as Assistant Vice President and Executive Director of Residence. Glenn will begin work at UNI on July 1.
For the past 12 years Glenn has served as Director of Housing and Residence Life at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay and, prior to that, served for 15 years as Assistant Director with University Housing and Dining Services at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.
April 29, 2013
The Department of Residence offices in Redeker Center will be in Towers Center East Lounge May 9 – August 9 while construction is completed at Redeker Center. This involves: ID card services, room assignments, dining and housing administration, business office, technology and marketing. The department phone number and e-mail addresses will not change. Fresh Beginnings administration will move to Rialto at Towers Center. Catering operations will continue out of Maucker Union and Commons. Facilities administration will be based in Shull Hall.
April 25, 2013
Shull Hall is a unique community on campus. It is a community of sophomores, juniors and seniors and it is home to two Living Learning Communities for transfer students. Students can select single or double rooms and meal plans are part of the residence life package in Shull Hall.
Scientists, including Norman Borlaug of Iowa, will be honored when houses (communities of 45-50 students) are re-named this fall.
Clark and Harding House will be Tesla House
April 25, 2013
Hagemann Hall will shift from being a females, only, to coed for fall 2013. Additionally, Hagemann Hall will be home to the Living Learning Community focused on second year students. Parks and Earhart houses on 4th floor will be home to the Second Year Experience community. Hagemann Hall is connected to Redeker Center via the skywalk system.
April 24, 2013
The University of Northern Iowa Panther Plot is a reality because of the cooperation of Department of Residence Dining Services, the UNI Office of Sustainability, Center for Energy and Environmental Education, Botanical Center, Facilities Services, and First-Year Cornerstone course participants.
Produce cultivated in the plot, located south of the UNI Biology Research Complex, will provide another local food source for UNI dining services and will be sold at a local farmers market. Planning, managing and marketing the plot production will be done by UNI students.