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.
A training created by Active Minds that provides steps that everyone can take in helping other people deal with everyday struggles. Learn how to listen and respond to others in a helpful way. This training is similar to the QPR training, however it is more broadly applicable.
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 Student Overview training session is a presentation that introduces basic elements of Green Dot while using skill building activities to keep participants engaged. The basic elements of the presentation are to provide a new/different framework of bystander intervention, to create campus-wide interest and participation, and begin the process of changing behaviors. This Green Dot Overview is open to any faculty and staff.
Dr. Vagharsh Mkhitaryan, Research Scientist at the University of Regensburg, Germany will be presenting on Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs): A model system for room-temperature quantum spin physics.
After briefly discussing the physics behind the OLED functionality and its basic optoelectronic properties, he will focus on the magnetic resonance studies of spin-dependent pathways of electron-hole bound state (exciton) formation and exciton-charge carrier quenching processes, which are pivotal to the OLED functionality.
Join us at the GBPAC at 8 p.m. to see TikTok star Jax perform at CAB's biggest event of the semester! Jax is known for her fun and relatable music and has recently gained popularity from her new single "Victoria's Secret." The concert will also feature Charlieonnafriday as an opener, so you'll get to experience two performances in one night!
Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are free and open to all current UNI students. Students are allowed to bring a plus-one who does not have to be a student! Tickets are available online and at the door. If you have trouble getting your tickets, you can email email@example.com.
Location: Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center