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Government Documents Moving

 The Government Documents collection currently housed on the 2nd floor is moving to the first floor this week.  Stop at any service desk if you need assistance locating materials.  Thanks!

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Faculty Studies Available

07/27/2017-     Faculty studies are available for fall and spring semester in Rod Library for full-time tenured and tenure track faculty and emeritus faculty members.  Interested faculty should review the updated use policy and fill out the online application by August 31.   ...Read more
Jammin' July

Jammin' July

07/06/2017-     Please join Rod Library in the Learning Commons for Jammin’ July concert series.  Performances will be Wednesdays from 12:00 pm (noon) to 12:20 pm during the month of July. Please bring your lunch and enjoy some great music!   July ...Read more
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Robotics at UNI and The Rod

06/30/2017- Robots are all around us! Alarm clocks, traffic lights, gas pumps! Check out our display on the main floor in the Rod Library by the west entrance area, to see a couple of cool robots and some of the many library resources we have on robotics and how they fit into our world. Also note, there are ...Read more
Capstone presentations on vampires, zombies and cyborgs

Capstone presentations on vampires, zombies and cyborgs

06/28/2017- Capstone projects on young adult novels will be at 7 p.m., Thursday, June 29, at the Hearst Center for the Arts. "Being” and “Coldest Girl in a Cold Town" will be presented Thursday. Capstone students received library instruction to assist in their research ...Read more
Friends of the Museum Rural Schoolhouse Speaker Series

Friends of the Museum Rural Schoolhouse Speaker Series

05/17/2017- Introducing the Friends of the UNI Museum lecture series. Our inaugural season will be The Rural Schoolhouse Speakers Series. Be transported back to the era of the one room schoolhouse in Iowa. Speakers will present the history of rural schools, the teaching and learning experience, and how ...Read more