Spring 2021 Semester
View our Social Justice Resource Guide for a list of: UNI Campus Resources; suggested video lectures, audio recordings and podcasts; and recommended books and articles on issues of social justice, race, and policing. The Department of History endorses the AHA's statements against bigotry and violence. The latest: AHA Statement on Violence against Asians and Asian Americans.
Dear UNI HIST students,
I hope this message finds you well as the end of the semester approaches. I have a couple of pieces of info for you as you prepare to wrap up Spring 2021 (you'll want to read all the way to the end):
- Please join UNI HIST for our final department-sponsored event of the 2020-2021 academic year, next Wednesday's Phi Alpha Theta induction (6:30 pm) and Keynote lecture, provided by UNI HIST MA student Lydia Pakala, "Frank Capra: American Propagandist, 1935-1946" (7:00 pm). Register for the event at bit.ly/UNIPAT-April
- HIST 3159, Fall 2021: The Department of History's newest course, "Conflict and Justice in History," is being offered for the first time by Professor Cutter in the fall (T TH at 2:00). The topic for the course will be "Perspectives on Animal-Human Relations" and will count as 3 hours toward your US History electives. I have worked with the Registrar to have the course automatically coded to US History, so this course will help you make progress toward your degree if you need US history hours. If your US history requirements are already fulfilled, it can also count toward your History Electives. Win-win! (I've had a sneak peak at this course as Professor Cutter has been designing it, and it looks fantastic, so don't miss it!)
Best wishes for success as you finish your semester-long projects and prep for finals.
April 9th, 2021
We want to make sure everyone sees this message that vaccines are currently open to all students.
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The vaccine is by appointment only. We are using Blackthorn Sandbox scheduling software so the appointment confirmation email message will include “Sandbox” in the subject line.
Please register here or copy this link into your browser: https://forwardtogether.uni.edu/student-vaccine-signup
John Vallentine, Ph.D.
Associate Provost for Faculty
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