April 23, 2013
UNI Residence Dining Services and Paul Meyerman, the Assistant Director of Operations Planning in the Physical Plant, have been awarded the 2013 CARE award. CARE stands for Creating a Responsible Environment; the award was designed to acknowledge and honor the efforts of those who have significantly contributed to enhancing sustainability efforts at UNI. The 2013 award draws additional attention to the pre-consumer waste recycling program that has diverted 12 tons of organic material from the landfill to compost for campus landscaping.
April 05, 2013
Panther Pick-Up is a campus-wide campaign during finals week to redistribute items that are no longer needed by students. Items such as clothing, furniture, carpet, storage accessories, un-opened and non-perishable food, shoes, school supplies, books, electronics and more will be re-distributed to Cedar Valley families served by St. Vincent de Paul, The Salvation Army and Goodwill Industries.
Collection trucks will be on campus Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of finals week:
April 05, 2013
Sidekicks and Superheroes is the theme for Siblings Weekend, April 12-14. A full weekend of activities is planned for siblings of students living in residence hall communities at UNI. The event is organized by the UNI Residence Hall Association. If you have already registered, check out the Siblings Weekend schedule. Registration has closed.
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March 14, 2013
Three scholarships have been awarded to University of Northern Iowa students who are part-time employees in Department of Residence Dining services. The scholarship recipients are:
Bailey Wedeking, a student employee at Rialto
Ben Gipple, a student employee at Food Stores and
Bethany Chatterton, a student employee at Piazza
Each scholarship is for $1,000 and will be awarded in two payments, $500 in Fall 2013 and $500 in Spring 2014. The amount of scholarships varies each year depending on the number of qualified applicants.
February 21, 2013
University of Northern Iowa is more than doubling the number of non-academic Living Learning Communities available to incoming freshmen and transfer students who are now submitting their housing and dining contracts. Springboard (freshmen only) and upperclass (sophomores, juniors and seniors) learning communities are being expanded for fall 2013. Learning communities for wellness, transfer students and second-year students are being added to current options. Students in these communities benefit from programming that is specific to their area of interest or age.