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1 Former UNI provost continues "no confidence" streak at NEIU
Klinkhammer--Bailey (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 119:54, p.01
4/27/2023 Former UNI provost Gloria Gibson received a vote of no confidence at UNI in March of 2012. She was named president of Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) in March 2018. She received her second vote of no confidence in December of 2022; photos.
2 School of Music petitions for tenured professor
Deering--Koree (Student--2018), Legaspi--Sofia (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 114:52, p.01
4/19/2018 The students of the School of Music petition for a professor's tenure.
3 Dean's List
Northern Iowan 114:38, p.06
2/19/2018 The Fall 2017 Dean's List
4 Students and families gather for Panther-filled weekend
Gibbs--Hannah Marie (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:3, p.1
9/6/2013 Family Weekend will include a variety of events for all ages. Students and their families can attend the soccer and football games. There will also be other events including a tailgate, juggling performance, and magic shows; photo.
5 College of Humanities and Fine Arts: Spring 2013 Dean's List
Northern Iowan 110:2, p.7
8/30/2013 List of students in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts who made the Dean's List for Spring 2013.
6 UNI announces new College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences
Northern Iowa Today 94:3, p.6
9/1/2011 New college combines former College of Natural Sciences and College of Humanities and Fine Arts; several faculty members talk about the combination; photo.
7 Two colleges merge
Findley--Blake Thurston (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 108:1, p.9
8/26/2011 As of July 1, 2011, the College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences replaced the College of Humanities and Fine Arts and the College of Natural Sciences.
8 Two UNI colleges to merge this week
Findley--Blake Thurston (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 107:58, p.1
7/1/2011 The College of Natural Sciences and the College of Humanities and Fine Arts will join to create the College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences on July 1, 2011. Joel Haack will serve as Dean; photo.
9 Hearst Lecture Series speaker Courtney Martin finds a new generation of activists.
Public Relations News Release 2010:252, p.1
3/22/2011 Martin will talk about a new generation of Americans doing social justice work. Martin's lecture is based on her latest book, "Do it Anyway: The New Generation of Activists," in which she profiles eight young people doing grassroots social justice work.
10 Changes ahead for UNI Student Services Fee
Findley--Blake Thurston (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 107:43, p.3
3/11/2011 Money from the Student Services Fee have been allocated for the College of Humanities and Fine Arts. Those monies will now go to intercollegiate athletics. CHFA will receive the same amount from a different fund.
11 College of Humanities and Fine Arts Dean's List Fall 2010
Northern Iowan 107:38, p.8
2/22/2011 To make the Dean's List, students must earn a 3.5 GPA or better and complete twelve credits or more. Students listed.
12 PR watchdog John Stauber to speak at UNI as part of Hearst Series
Public Relations News Release 2010:112, p.1
10/26/2010 Stauber's lecture, "Toxic Sludge is Good for You: How Propagandists Manage Democracy," is part of the Meryl Norton Hearst Lecture Series. Stauber is an investigative writer, activist, and public interest organization consultant.
13 UNI Interpreters Theatre offers 'Journey Through the Night'
Public Relations News Release 2010:117, p.1
10/26/2010 Conceived and directed by Angela Blunz, "Journey through the Night" is an interactive simulation in which the audience experiences the life of a migrant worker as he makes his way from Central America to the U. S. Border.
14 UNI to host Cedar Valley Preview Night at Waterloo Public Library
Public Relations News Release 2010:103, p.1
10/18/2010 This event is for students and parents interested in learning more about the campus. Students will have the chance to meet and discuss majors with representatives from the different colleges on the campus.
15 UNI to host 'Call it Swing: A Jazz Bues Autoethnography'
Public Relations News Release 2010:84, p.1
10/5/2010 Tami Spry, a professor of performance studies at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, will perform "Call It Swing: A Jazz Blues Autoethnography," on Friday, Oct. 15, in the Interpreters Theatre, in Lang Hall.
16 UNI Interpreters Theatre to open new season with 'The Summoning'
Public Relations News Release 2010:83, p.1
10/4/2010 Written and directed by Paul J. Siddens III, "The Summoning" is based on a late 15th century English morality play. It's written in the style and form of the original manuscript but has been updated to a contemporary context.
17 Presentation at UNI on global water issues and their relationship to business
Public Relations News Release 2010:52, p.1
9/16/2010 The Wilson Series in Business Ethics will host "Water, Water, Everywhere¿" Mark Hays, senior researcher for Corporate Accountability International, will explain the importance of water issues around the globe.
18 University of Northern Iowa to host commenements in the UNI-Dome May 8
Public Relations News Release 2009:442, p.1
5/3/2010 On May 10, more than 1,500 students who have completed their degrees during the spring semester are eligible to participate, along with those who completed their work last December or will finish this summer.
19 University Book & Supply recognizes excellence in non-tenured faculty
Public Relations News Release 2009:436, p.1
4/29/2010 The award recognizes outstanding teaching skills and contributions to their professions by faculty members who have not yet been awarded tenure. It includes a $1,000 cash gift and is administered through the UNI Foundation. Faculty members listed.
20 UNI American Humanics announces winners of Cedar Valley Nonprofit Awards
Public Relations News Release 2009:406, p.1
4/16/2010 The Veridian Credit Union Community Engagement Awards also were presented. These awards honor UNI faculty members who have enriched the quality of life in the Cedar Valley by strengthening relationships and sharing knowledge. Award winners are listed.
21 UNI faculty to be recognized for community engagement
Public Relations News Release 2009:400, p.1
4/13/2010 The 2010 recipients of the Veridian Credit Union Community Engagement Awards use community engagement to put theory into practice and make their professional lives a little more personal.
22 Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony planned for April 12
Public Relations News Release 2009:384, p.1
4/7/2010 The Holocaust and Genocide Education Program (HGEP) has worked with Sons of Jacob Synagogue in Waterloo to organize the fourth annual Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony. This year's ceremony is entitled, "Stories of Freedom: What you do Matters.
23 Presentation at UNI on ecological restoration of native lands
Public Relations News Release 2009:378, p.1
4/6/2010 Carter Johnson will discuss the commercial opportunities of converted cropland in "South Dakota's Prairie Farm: An Experiment in Economic and Ecological Sustainability." Johnson will explore the EcoSun Prairie Farms Project, which is a 640-acre farm.
24 UNI begins reorganization
Northern Iowa Today 93:3, p.22
4/1/2010 Division of Marketing and Advancement will be dissolved; CHFA and CNS will be combined; Departments of English and Modern Languages will be combined; photo.
25 Your university is a place of creation and change
Northern Iowa Today 93:3, p.Inside front cover
4/1/2010 Mark Jastorff introduces readers to changes and opportunities at UNI; photo.
26 UNI's Tallgrass Prairie Center presents Sustainability of Agriculture Landscapes: Perspectives from Southern Australia
Public Relations News Release 2009:358, p.1
3/26/2010 Tony W. Norton and Jann E. Williams, from the University of Tasmania, Australia, will examine the biodiversity, ecosystem services and land use of Tasmania's agricultural landscapes using a combination of spatial sciences and ecological techniques.
27 College of Humanities and Fine Arts Dean's List Fall 2009
Northern Iowan 106:40, p.13
3/2/2010 List of students in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts who earned at least a 3.5 grade point average during the fall semester.
28 UNI Interpreter's theatre to present "Reefer Madness"
Public Relations News Release 2009:286, p.1
2/17/2010 Based on the 1936 documentary "Tell Your Children," the film was originally used as a tool for educators and parents to warn their children of the harms of marijuana.
29 Fourth-annual CHFA Graduate Research Symposium to take place at UNI Feb. 19
Public Relations News Release 2009:277, p.1
2/12/2010 A select group of graduate students in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts (CHFA) will present their research projects at the fourth-annual symposium in Seerley Hall's Great Reading Room. Cary Nelson, will deliver the keynote address. Students listed.
30 About Sienkiewicz
Public Relations News Release 2009:246, p.1
1/28/2010 A Ph. D. candidate at the University of Wisconsin, Sienkiewicz received his B. A. in philosophy and film studies from Wesleyan University in Connecticut. His academic research focuses on western involvement in Middle Eastern broadcasting.
31 UNI begins reorganization
Wilson--Kalli Jean (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 2008:30, p.1
1/26/2010 Joel Haack named dean of the College of Natural Sciences and the College of Humanities and Fine Arts. University Marketing and Advancement Division will be eliminated July 1. Other changes are ahead.
32 UNI interpreters Theatre examines college like through performance
Public Relations News Release 2009:240, p.1
1/26/2010 The theatre is "Challenging Assumptions through Performance" this season with a variety of performances and showcases. Funding for the production is provided by the Department for Communications Studies, College of Humanities and Fine Arts.
33 UNI's George Walker Society of Music celebrates the genre, Negro Spiritual
Public Relations News Release 2009:232, p.1
1/20/2010 The Society will be featured in a musical concert Sunday, Jan. 24, presented by 'The Fine Arts Concert Series' at the First Presbyterian Church - 505 Franklin Street located at the intersection of Fourth and Franklin streets in Waterloo.
34 University of Northern Iowa announces first round of reorganization plans
Northern Iowan 2008:28, p.2
1/15/2010 Pending the approval of the Board of Regents, effective July 1, 2010 the Marketing and Advancement Division will be dissolved and the Colleges of Humanities and Fine Arts and Natural Sciences will be combined. Joel Haack will serve as the inaugural dean.
35 University of Northern Iowa announces first round of reorganization plans
Public Relations News Release 2009:225, p.1
1/14/2010 Effective July 1, 2010 Marketing & Advancement Division will be dissolved, eliminating one university vice president position. Bill Calhoun, current vice president and president of the UNI Foundation, will remain as president of the Foundation.
36 Award nominations sought for UNI faculty engaged with community; Community Engagement Awards recognize involvement through teaching, research
Public Relations News Release 2009:217, p.1
1/11/2010 Veridian Credit Union will fund up to five Community Engagement awards, one for a faculty member in each of UNI's five undergraduate colleges: Business Administration, Education, Humanities and Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences.
37 Interpreters Theatre production to feature former UNI faculty member
Public Relations News Release 2009:194, p.1
12/2/2009 Leah White, communication studies professor at the Minnesota State University-Mankato, will perform in a one-woman show for the next production. "The Air that I Breathe," will be performed on Friday, Dec. 4 and Saturday Dec. 5 in Lang Hall.
38 Interpreters Theatre to present 'Strong Enough for a Woman, Gentle Enough for a Man'
Public Relations News Release 2009:164, p.1
11/10/2009 Directed by Paul Siddens, associate professor of communication studies, the performance was created by Siddens and the fall 2009 Graduate Seminar in Performance Studies.
39 Paul Rusesabagina to speak at UNI Nov. 3
Public Relations News Release 2009:134, p.1
10/27/2009 Paul Rusesabagina, whose personal experiences of the Rwandan genocide inspired the 2004 film "Hotel Rwanda," will speak in Lang Hall Auditorium. His novel explores his personal journey while explaining the history behind Rwanda's Hutu and Tutsi tribes.
40 Strayer-Wood Theatre to present Tony Award-winning work
Public Relations News Release 2009:127, p.1
10/23/2009 The Strayer-Wood Theatre will present the political drama "The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade," by Peter Weiss. Cast and faculty listed.
41 UNI students take a STAND
Zidon--Rachel Margaret (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 106:14, p.4
10/16/2009 Professor Stephen Gaies hopes to start a chapter of Students Taking Action Now Darfur.
42 Playing with History: The making of time-travel video game 'Darkest of Days'
Public Relations News Release 2009:116, p.1
10/13/2009 Aaron Schurman, CEO of Phantom EFX, will discuss the production of his company's new game and the creative process of building a complex video game that draws on history, art, graphic design, music, computer science, education, and other disciplines.
43 Sauvage presents "The Challenge to Us of Holocaust Rescuers"
Aunspach--Chase Steven (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:12, p.7
10/9/2009 Pierre Sauvage, born during the Holocaust, has been making documentaries about this period in history, showing a personal side to the effects of the Holocaust.
44 UNI to host 'Fast Forward' electronic media workshop Oct. 2
Public Relations News Release 2009:86, p.1
9/29/2009 "Fast Forward: Building Momentum for the Future," is a workshop that brings together academics and media professionals. It is in its fifth year, and provides training opportunities for newsroom beginners and seasoned professionals.
45 UNI to help sponsor North End Arts & Music Fest in Waterloo Saturday & Sunday
Public Relations News Release 2009:76, p.1
9/24/2009 The festival celebrates the community's pride in its rich musical and cultural heritage, and recognizes the contributions of the North End Community to the entire city of Waterloo.
46 UNI School of Music welcomes guest artists The Verdehr Trio for performance and master classes
Public Relations News Release 2009:73, p.1
9/23/2009 The Verdehr Trio will be presenting master classes for clarinet, violin, and piano. The Trio has concentrated on molding and defining the personality of the violin-clarinet-piano trio for more than 30 years.
47 Child Holocaust survivor and award-winning filmmaker Pierre Sauvage to visit UNI
Public Relations News Release 2009:72, p.1
9/22/2009 "The Challenge of Us of Holocaust Rescuers," will be the topic of a public lecture hosted by the Holocaust and Genocide Education Committee, in collaboration with the Department of Modern Languages.
48 Artwork by Holocaust and Rwandan genocide survivors at UNI Gallery of Art
Public Relations News Release 2009:32, p.1
9/8/2009 The Gallery will present the exhibition "Voice to Vision from Wednesday, Sept. 23 through Sunday, Oct. 25. David Feinberg, associate professor of painting and drawing at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, will give a curator's lecture.
49 College of Humanities and Fine Arts University of Northern Iowa Dean's List Spring 2009
Northern Iowan 106:2, p.14
9/1/2009 Students must earn a 3.5 grade point average while completing twelve credits or more to qualify for the Dean's List.
50 UNI Gallery of Art to present 'Love Me or Die'
Public Relations News Release 2009:3, p.1
8/14/2009 The exhibition features the work of contemporary artist Cat Chow, an award-winning Asian-American artist, living and working in Brooklyn, N. Y. Chow is the 2003 recipient of the prestigious Louis Comfort Tiffany award.


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