ISU Study Characterizes Low Self-Control Employee as Hacker

Iowa State University researchers have identified ‘self-control’ characteristic as a significant factor that pushes an employee toward a security violation. An employee with low self-control may cause dangers to a company that is as harmful as a hacker. The researchers at Iowa State University are working to analyze internal threats through getting inside the minds […]

Civil Rights Office Makes Visit To ISU Over Handlings of Sexual Assault Allegation

Officials from the federal Office for Civil Rights (OCR) are visiting Iowa State University from April 20-22 to follow upon a complaint about the University’s handling of a sexual assault allegation According to a press release from Iowa State University, The Office for Civil Rights will determine whether ISU officials handled the alleged sexual assault […]

UNI Will Host Autism and Arts Education Symposium

The University of Northern Iowa has announced to host the two day Autism and Arts Education Symposium to discuss and learn about the advantages of the arts for children with autism. The symposium will take place on April 24 and 25 in Russell Hall on the university campus. According to a news release, Ryan Hourigan, […]

UNI Summit Will Focus On Education Reform

The College of Education of the University of Northern Iowa has announced to host an Education Summit on April 30 and May 1. The two-day summit that focuses on ideas for discovering education reform will be held in the Schindler Education Center on the campus of the university. According to recent research, American schoolchildren are […]

UNI Will Host Congressional Art Competition on May 5-12

Congressman Rod Blum’s “2015 Congressional Art Competition” of Iowa’s 1st Congressional District will be held in the Kamerick Art Building from May 5 through May 12. The UNI Gallery of Art and Department of Art will host the event. According to a news release, the exhibition will start with an award ceremony and opening reception […]

Three Iowa Teachers among IPTV PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators for 2015

Three teachers from Iowa schools have been named IPTV PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators for 2015. Those who are nominated for the program are Cindy Herren from Waukee School District in West Des Moines, Melissa Hill from Central Decatur High School in Leon and  Audrey Sturtz of Manson Northwest Webster Jr/Sr High School of Manson. This […]

UNI among the Most Environ-Friendly Green Colleges

The University of Northern Iowa has been recognized as one of the most environmentally responsible colleges by the Princeton Review. UNI ranks position 41 among 353 schools and gets 98 “green” rating out of 99. “Guide to 353 Green Colleges” makes the ratings of colleges and universities that show significant commitment to sustainability. The guide […]

Hundred and Fifty-One Individuals to Become U.S. Citizens at UNI’s Event

A U.S. Citizenship Ceremony, hosted by the University of Northern Iowa, will take place at 1:30 p.m. on April 21. The event will be held in the Maucker Union Ballroom where American citizenship will be given to 151 individuals who are from 53 countries. This is the biggest group who are taking part in the […]

MVP Student Leadership Summit Will Take Place on April 17

The Center for Violence Prevention (CVP) of the University of Northern Iowa has announced to host the 9th Annual MVP Student Leadership Summit on Friday, April 17. The event will take place from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Western Iowa Tech Community College. Two hundred and fifty high school students and staff members from […]

Eminent Author Jonathan Kozol Will Speak At UNI on April 30

Jonathan Kozol, National Book Award-winning author will speak on “Children of Poverty in our Public Schools” on Thursday, April 30, at the University of Northern Iowa. The UNI College of Education will host the event that will be held at 7 p.m. in Room no. 244 of Schindler Education Center. Kozol, an eminent author who […]