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Join Rod Library, in conjunction with the Cedar Falls Public Library and the Waterloo Public Library, in welcoming the coming of Harry Potter's World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine, an exhibit meant to teach the real history behind the magical world of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Help us celebrate by taking part in the many Harry Potter themed events we have going on from October through December!
UNI has recently implemented a new Student Information System (SIS.) When the old information was migrated into the new SIS system, faculty and staff with outstanding fees attached to their University bill were notified via e-mail. Some of these fees include library fines. Because the old system did not notify faculty and staff of outstanding fees of less than $20 it is possible this recent email is the first time you have been informed of a library fine on your account. If you have any questions about a recent "Library Fine" on your account please contact the Circulation desk at 319-27
Come and Visit University Archives and Special Collections' two exhibits located on the 3rd floor in Rod Library.
1. Veteran’s Day, Armistice Day, and Remembrance Day Exhibits
Prepared by: Amy Yates, photos by Elaine Chen
Come and Visit University Archives and Special Collections located on the 3rd floor in Rod Library.
Study Abroad … See the World
Prepared by: Kim Nurre
Students started studying abroad on their own in 1896. John Kleinsorge and W. R. Patterson were two of the first students to Study Abroad.
President Seerley was on a board that recommended teachers to study abroad.
Education Travel Division was created in 1940 to assist students and faculty with studying abroad.