by Jen Heckmann
by Jen Heckmann
Banned Books Week (September 24-30) is an annual celebration of the freedom to read. Rod Library celebrates the freedom to read, an important component of academic freedom, most notably through its thoughtful development of diverse library collections.
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 numerous robotic camps on campus this summer hosted by UNI STEM. To learn more visit camps.uni.edu
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.
The Friends of the UNI Museum Gift Store will be open for business from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm on May 17 on the main/second floor of the UNI Rod Library across from the Reference Desk. Come shop for puppets, jewelry, educational kits, and toys.
The library staff and faculty want to wish you all the best of luck as you chase your dreams, whatever those might be.
Xiaoting Wang's visit is sponsored by UNI's Center for Multicultural Education, Office of International Programs, and Rod Library, which is privileged to exhibit his artwork during the visit. More about the artist.
Finals week is coming. Worry and fear not, Rod Library is here to help you survive this stressful week. Come and de-stress with us!
We have the Graffiti Wall for you to draw, doodle, write encouraging messages, and etc. from April 24th – May 4th.