UNI Students

Programs, events and resources for current UNI Students.

Art Serving A Larger Purpose

Iowa Association of Energy Efficiency Scholarship Winner and UNI Interior Design Student Kimberly Wilderdyke, has plans to take her love of HGTV and art to serve a larger purpose.  Originally from Adel, Iowa, she has always really liked art.  She has been watching HGTV since she was about 7, because it interested her.  Watching HGTV started as a guilty pleasure, but has transformed into what she would like to do with her life — using her artistic talents to create impactful spaces for people to live, work, and be educated.  Interior Design is a form of art.  Kimberly will bring Interior Des

Pulling to Success

You may have run across tractor pulls at county fairs.  To make those tractors do what they do requires much time, design changes, tinkering and money.  The American Society of Biological and Agricultural Engineers (ASABE) Quarter-Scale Tractor Student Design Competition is an international contest for college students.  Students from the United States, Canada, and as far away as Israel have competed to show that they have the best design, not only on paper, but on the track as well. 

Eye Candy On Your Drive

Did you know that the University of Northern Iowa has a campus prairie?  It is true!  It is complete with trails,  so that you can enjoy the peaceful beauty.  Making sure all students know about and visit this hidden gem prior to graduation, is one of the goals of The Tallgrass Prairie Center’s Outreach Coordinator, Staci Mueller.  Wait!  A Tallgrass Prairie Center on UNI campus too?!  Yes!  Yet another treasure on campus.Prairie Grass Roots Length -- What you Don't see Underground.

Dancing -- From Molecules to the Ballroom

This is what college is supposed to be like.  University of Northern Iowa sophomore, Joseph Tibbs, has been at UNI for just over a year and has already has made some great memories in and out of the classroom.  “Last year was probably the best year of my life,” he said.  He went on to say the UNI community is great, he loved meeting new people, doing new things and that it was very different from high school.  As a freshman, he was able to make his own path, and got completely out of his comfort zone.

A Positive Outlook

Living a happy life is very important to UNI sophomore Akanksha Sahni.  “If you are happy from the inside, you can function the best… This is how you can have a positive outlook on life and will be able to deal with things.  It is very important to work on the self.”  This outlook on life is perfect for Akanksha who is a BioMedical and Psychology major with a  minor in Mental Health.  Her goal is to understand the body,  the mind, and how they work together. UNI Sophomore Akanksha Sahni in a research lab in McCollum Science Hall

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