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May 2017 RodCast Articles

Friends of the Museum Rural Schoolhouse Speaker Series

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 - 10:07am - 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 the school building was once the heart and center of the community at the Marshall Center School at 2301 Indiana Street on UNI's campus. All presentations begin at 2:00 p.m.   2017 Saturday, June 17: Jean Richardson with Insights from Students and Teachers of Iowa's One-Room Schools Saturday, August 26: Marilyn Meyer with Clay County Rural School Experiences Saturday, October 21: Diane Kruse... Read More

Congratulations to 2017 UNI Graduates

Thursday, May 4, 2017 - 10:00pm - Congratulations to our 2017 UNI graduates! The library staff and faculty want to wish you all the best of luck as you chase your dreams, whatever those might be. We especially want to thank our graduating student workers. Some have been with us for over 3 years. We appreciate all your time, dedication, hard work, and enthusiasm over the time you've been with us. You will be missed, but we wish you luck as you start the next chapter of your lives. Access Services ​Myle Duong Marlee Bokhoven Diksha Ojha Hayley McCoy Liaison and Research Linnea Kangas Resource Management Krystyna Diggins Fine and Performing Arts Collection Kelsie Briggs... Read More

Cedar Falls Authors Festival

Thursday, May 4, 2017 - 9:40am - UNI Museum has collaborated with the Cedar Falls Authors Festival Committee to create a display at the Cedar Falls Public Library to kick off a yearlong celebration of Cedar Falls authors. Cedar Falls has produced five nationally-known and best-selling authors; Bess Streeter Aldrich, Ruth Suckow, James Hearst, Nancy Price, and James Waller. With the exception of Aldrich, all taught at the University of Northern Iowa and many were students on the UNI campus. This year a group of interested citizens has organized a year of events to celebrate Cedar Falls’ literary heritage and create awareness of these, and other local writers, works, and publications. This event is being titled, “The Cedar Falls... Read More