Monday, November 14, 2022 - 12:00 am to Friday, November 18, 2022 - 11:59 pm
International Education Week (Nov 14th-18th) is a fantastic opportunity to highlight what UNI is doing to create more diverse and globally minded individuals and recognize our international community and efforts on campus. International Education Week promotes international education efforts at UNI as well as highlighting our International and diverse community here on campus and in the larger Cedar Valley Community. To celebrate, the Office of International Engagement fills an entire week with incredible programs, speakers, workshops, and events! Check out our programming for this year below! More information along with sign ups for some events can be found on internationalengagement.uni.edu/international-education-week as well as all of our social media platforms: Instagram @ie_uni and Facebook @ UNI Office of Internatoinal Engagement.
R/RStudio Introductory Training Session Part 2 - Data Manipulation Continued
Tuesday, November 15, 2022 - 12:30 pm to 1:45 pm
Learn about creating new variables, dealing with missing data, creating functions, and subsetting and exporting data in R. This session is suitable for beginners who have taken Part 1. This is free training offered by the Department of Mathematics Statistical Consulting Center.
SPSS Introductory Training Session Part 2 - Data Manipulation Continued
Tuesday, November 15, 2022 - 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm
Learn about combining data sources, creating new variables, dealing with missing data, and subsetting and exporting data in SPSS. This session is suitable for beginners and assumes no previous knowledge. This is free training offered by the Department of Mathematics Statistical Consulting Center.
Green Dot is an NISG-sponsored bystander intervention program focused on gender violence prevention. The goal of Green Dot is to decrease the likelihood of sexual assault, stalking, dating and domestic abuse. The Green Dot Bystander training consists of brief lectures, individual reflection, small group interaction, and energetic activities. It is designed to use the lens of being a bystander as the primary frame of reference. This training is guided by the question “What does the participant(s) need to know in order to increase the likelihood of effective proactive and reactive bystander interventions in response to power-based interpersonal violence?” This Green Dot Bystander Workshop is open to any students.
From the studio of Suzanne Hendrix-Case, senior music students Beth Culberson and Sarah Hovinga will present a shared voice recital with faculty artist Dyan Meyer, piano. This event is free and open to the public.