by Jen Heckmann
by Jen Heckmann
Banned Books Week (September 22- 29, 2019) is an annual celebration of the freedom to read. Rod Library celebrates this week because literary freedom is an important component in not just academic freedom but the ever-changing development of society.
Notice Notice is hereby given that the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) has under review an application for amended Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) air quality construction permits. The permit applications were submitted by the University of Northern Iowa – Power Plant at 1901
West 30th Street, Cedar Falls, IA 50614.
“You are one person but you can change the world with whom you mentor, or what you contribute to the world.”- Mary Ann Bolton
Thanks to a generous donation from UNI alumna Mary Ann Bolton, Rod Library has been able to award Undergraduate Research Awards to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary research, scholarship, and creative work of UNI’s undergraduate students.
At the center of Rod Library’s student involvement, Library Ambassadors volunteer at events with the library and promote resources to current and prospective students at browsing fairs as well as other university-related events across campus. In these weeks leading toward the end of the semester, we would like to introduce one of these exceptional students, Silvia Pellegrino.
As you may have heard, UNI Museum’s “Preserving the Past: Unveiling the Tusk” exhibit is set to premiere in early April. Conservation, scientific study, and interpretation of the mastodon tusk have been underway for the past three years, thanks to a $306,258 heritage grant from the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust.