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Executive Vice President and Provost

Study Abroad Fair

This is a "one stop shop" event to learn about study abroad opportunities. There will be booths staffed with individuals to answer questions about credit transfer, health concerns, international travel and to take passport photos. Representatives from the Black Hawk County Recorders Office will be there to assist in renewing or applying for a new passport. Attendees will have a chance to win $500, $750 or $1,000 scholarships for a study abroad experience. Admission is free and open to the public.

Study Abroad in Peru information meeting

Learn about the Global Skills Capstone in Peru Study Abroad Program for May 2018. Spots are still available. Participants will learn about indigenous tribal history and its impact on today's society, the value of relationships when carrying out activities internationally, gain understanding of how to work with businesses in emerging economies and gain cross-cultural understanding in both business and social situation. Course is CAP 3154 for three credits.

Study Abroad in Peru information meeting

Learn about the Global Skills Capstone in Peru Study Abroad Program for May 2018. Spots are still available. Participants will learn about indigenous tribal history and its impact on today's society, the value of relationships when carrying out activities internationally, gain understanding of how to work with businesses in emerging economies and gain cross-cultural understanding in both business and social situation. Course is CAP 3154 for three credits.

Study Abroad in Peru information meeting

Learn about the Global Skills Capstone in Peru Study Abroad Program for May 2018. Spots are still available. Participants will learn about indigenous tribal history and its impact on today's society, the value of relationships when carrying out activities internationally, gain understanding of how to work with businesses in emerging economies and gain cross-cultural understanding in both business and social situation. Course is CAP 3154 for three credits.

Private Tolkatchev at the Gates of Hell: Majdanek and Auschwitz Liberated: Testimony of an Artist

To commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2018, the UNI Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education presents an exhibit of reproductions of the drawings made by Zinovii Tolkatchev, a Soviet artist who accompanied the Red Army forces that liberated the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp on January 27, 1945. The exhibit also includes reproductions of a few drawings he made at the Russian-liberated Majdanek concentration camp outside of Lublin, Poland. Biographical information and excerpts from Tolkatchev's testimony complete the exhibit. All material comes a virtual exhibit created by Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, in Jerusalem.

TheatreUNI: Doubt

Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play, Doubt, by John Patrick Shanley, continues to resonate in our present world. When should we trust? Whom should we trust? Why must we trust? Must we live in a world of doubt, suspicion and fear? Set in a parochial school in 1964, Doubtfocuses on the charismatic Father Flynn and his interest in a young student, a naïve young nun and the skeptical nature of the school’s principal, Sister Aloysius.  Doubt is a tense, dramatic examination of the potential danger of blind trust and the roles of men vs. women, faith vs. doubt, and tradition vs. change.

Directed by: 
Steve Taft

TheatreUNI: Doubt

Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play, Doubt, by John Patrick Shanley, continues to resonate in our present world. When should we trust? Whom should we trust? Why must we trust? Must we live in a world of doubt, suspicion and fear? Set in a parochial school in 1964, Doubtfocuses on the charismatic Father Flynn and his interest in a young student, a naïve young nun and the skeptical nature of the school’s principal, Sister Aloysius.  Doubt is a tense, dramatic examination of the potential danger of blind trust and the roles of men vs. women, faith vs. doubt, and tradition vs. change.

Directed by: 
Steve Taft

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