The University of Northern Iowa is a public university in Cedar Falls, Iowa. UNI offers more than 90 majors across the colleges of Business Administration, Humanities and Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences and graduate college; the fall 2019 enrollment was 10,497. More than 88 percent of its students are from the state of Iowa; the University of Northern Iowa was founded as a result of two influential forces of the nineteenth century. First, Iowa wanted to care for orphans of its Civil War veterans, secondly, Iowa needed a public teacher training institution. In 1876, when Iowa no longer needed an orphan home, legislators Edward G. Miller and H. C. Hemenway started the Iowa State Normal School; the school's first building was known as Central Hall. The building contained classrooms, common areas, a living facility for most of the students, it was a home to the college's first principal, James Cleland Gilchrist. The building was the heart and soul of the school, allowing students to study courses of two-year, three-year, four-year degrees.
In 1965, a fire destroyed Central Hall, school faculty and Cedar Falls citizens donated over $5,000 to start building Gilchrist Hall. The school has been known under the following names: Iowa State Normal School, 1876–1909 Iowa State Teachers College, 1909–1961 State College of Iowa, 1961–1967 University of Northern Iowa, 1967–present From 2014 through 2018 the UNI hosted the Midwest Summer Institute: Inclusion and Communication for All, a two-day conference on facilitated communication sponsored by the Inclusion Connection and Syracuse University's Institute on Communication and Inclusion. In 2018, just before the fifth annual conference held on June 18–19, a group of over thirty "researchers and academics around the globe" signed a letter to the UNI asking the university to cancel the conference because the practice has been "thoroughly discredited over 25 years ago"; the letter stated that "overwhelming scientific evidence suggests that facilitated communication constitutes a serious violation of the individual and human rights of people with disabilities, robbing them of the opportunity to communicate independently with available innovative technologies."
Proponents of the method have defended the conference. The National Council Against Health Fraud released an article, critical of the school's support of Facilitated Communication and summarized the American Speech–Language–Hearing Associations draft position on Facilitated Communication as a harmful pseudoscience; the 2018 conference was held as scheduled, but the university withdrew its support shortly thereafter. On Oct 24, 2018, Provost Jim Wohlpart announced. Critics were pleased with this result but are skeptical of UNI's statement that the workshop was hosted by an outside agency, as UNI continues to employ "current staff members who trained with Douglas Biklen. Since its founding, the university has had eleven presidents. James Cleland Gilchrist, 1876–1886 Homer Horatio Seerley, 1886–1928 Orval Ray Latham, 1928–1940 Malcolm Poyer Price, 1940–1950 James William Maucker, 1950–1970 John Joseph Kamerick, 1970–1983 Constantine William Curris, 1983–1995 Robert D. Koob, 1995–2006 Benjamin J. Allen, 2006–2013 William Ruud, 2013–2016 Mark Nook, 2017–present University of Northern Iowa Colleges include: Business Education Humanities and Sciences Social and Behavioral Sciences Graduate College The fall 2019 total semester enrollment was 10,497, the lowest since 1975.
Its freshman enrollment was 1,495. UNI president Mark Nook attributed the decline to increasing tuition, saying "we're too expensive"; the incoming class of 2016 marked the most diverse class in UNI's history with 11.2 percent minority students. Minority students now account for just over 10 percent of UNI's student body. UNI has implemented a Liberal Arts Core in order to provide a common liberal arts foundation for all undergraduate students. UNI provides an opportunity for the students to study in 25+ countries and select from over 40 programs; the mission of the Study Abroad Center at the University of Northern Iowa is to provide service and leadership in international education to UNI students, staff, the community and the State of Iowa. The Culture and Intensive English Program is an intensive program in English for non-native speakers, it is designed to prepare students for academic work at the graduate degree level. University of Northern Iowa students are encouraged to participate in the Conversation Partner Program to help foreign students with their English ability and foster cross-cultural relationships while gaining mutual understanding.
The university is the publisher of The North American Review, a celebrated literary magazine that began in Boston in 1815. Its past editors have included James Russell Lowell, Charles Eliot Norton, Henry Adams. In 1968, when the magazine was purchased by UNI, Robley Wilson was appointed editor, a position he continued in until his retirement in 2000; the current editors are Rachel Morgan, Jeremy Schraffenberger, Grant Tracey, Brooke Wonders. The University of Northern Iowa Teaching and Research Greenhouse is a greenhouse complex incorporating botanical gardens for research and education, it is located on the campus of the University of Northern Iowa in Iowa. The greenhouse contains plants from many ecotypes, including 250 tropical plants, an extensive collection of arid climate plants, the 1,200-square-foot Aquatic Learning Center; the school's mascot is the Panther. They participate in th
METZ is a Canadian punk rock band formed in 2008 in Ottawa and based in Toronto. The band consists of guitarist and vocalist Alex Edkins, bassist Chris Slorach and drummer Hayden Menzies. METZ released its eponymous debut album on the Sub Pop label in 2012; the album was named on the 2013 Polaris Music Prize longlist. Metz performed a "homecoming show" at Lee's Palace in Toronto that year. On February 17, 2015, the band announced a new album, II, with the release of its first track, "Acetate", an accompanying music video. II was a long-listed nominee for the 2015 Polaris Music Prize. In May 2017, METZ announced its third studio album, Strange Peace, recorded by Steve Albini, released on September 22, 2017. Drummer Hayden Menzies has a degree in Fine Art from Concordia University and designs the artwork for the band. METZ II Strange Peace Automat "Soft Whiteout" / "Lump Sums" "Ripped On The Fence" / "Dry Up" "Negative Space" / "Automat" Metz / Fresh Snow - "Pig" / "BMX Based Tactics" - "Pig" is a Sparklehorse cover "Pig" "Dirty Shirt" Polaris Prize 2013 "Wait In Line" Promo "Can't Understand" "Eraser" Metz / Swami John Reis - "Let It Rust" / "Caught Up" Metz / Mission Of Burma - "Good, Not Great" / "Get Off" Official website
North Caicos is the second-largest island in the Turks and Caicos Islands. To the west, the Caicos Cays link to Providenciales. To the east, it is separated from Middle Caicos by Juniper Hole, a narrow passage that can accommodate only small boats. A 1-mile causeway connects North Caicos to Middle Caicos. North Caicos has an area of 116.4 km² within the high water mark, of 207.1 km² within the shoreline. The difference between the two values is not accounted for as land area. Sights on or near the island include Cottage Pond, Wade's Green Plantation, Flamingo Pond Overlook, the tiny Three Marys Cays a 20 metres off the northwestern shore. North Caicos is 12 miles from Providenciales. Together with Parrot Cay, Bay Cay off the eastern shore and a few more uninhabited offshore cays, it forms the North Caicos District, with an area of 144.9 km². The population was 1,312 at the 2012 census. With a population of 907 people, Bottle Creek is the island's main village, it is the district capital and the home of the island's various government offices, its utility companies and its high school.
There are a number of old plantation areas situated along the King's Road between Bottle Creek and the causeway to Middle Caicos. Located between the protected snorkeling area of Three Mary Cays and Horsestable Beach, Whitby is a small seaside village on North Caicos' Northern shore; this inland village is one of the oldest towns in the Caicos. It is known for being the centre of the archipelago's farming community. Kew is the home of the Wades Green Plantation, a historic tourist site; the village has a population of 234. This tiny village is located at the northwestern tip of the island facing Parrot Cay, it hosts the North Caicos Yacht Club. It is the location of Sandy Point Marina, where ferry services from Providenciales arrive and a population of 23. Raymond Gardiner High School is in North Caicos. Visit Turks and Caicos Islands - North Caicos
William Docker Browning was a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. Born in Tucson, Browning received a Bachelor of Science degree and Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Arizona in 1954 and was a United States Air Force Lieutenant from 1954 to 1957, he received a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Arizona College of Law in 1960, entering private practice in Tucson from 1960 to 1984. On April 4, 1984, Browning was nominated by President Ronald Reagan to a seat on the United States District Court for the District of Arizona vacated by Judge Mary Anne Richey, he was confirmed by the United States Senate on April 24, 1984, received his commission on May 3, 1984. He served as Chief Judge from 1990 to 1994, he assumed senior status on May 14, 1998. Browning served in that capacity until his death, in 2008. William Docker Browning at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center
This is a list of albums attributed to the anime adaptation of Hayate the Combat Butler. Hayate no Gotoku! is a single by Kotoko released on May 23, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Hayate no Gotoku!" was the first opening theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler that aired with episodes one to twenty-six. The single peaked at 7th place on the Oricon singles charts. Proof/no vain is a single by Mell released on May 2007 in Japan by Geneon; the song "Proof" was the first ending theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler that aired with episodes one to thirteen. Get my way! is a single by Mami Kawada released on August 8, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Get my way" was the second ending theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler aired from episode fourteen to twenty-six. Shichiten Hakki Shijōshugi! is a single by Kotoko released on October 17, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Shichiten Hakki ☆ Shijōshugi!" is the second opening theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler which began airing at episode twenty-seven.
Chasse is a single by Kaori Utatsuki, released on November 21, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Chasse" is the third ending theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler which began airing at episode twenty-seven. Oto no nai Yozora ni/Ko no me kaze is IKU's debut single released on March 19, 2008 in Japan by Geneon; the song "Ko no me kaze" is the fourth ending theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler which began airing at episode forty. The Hayate the Combat Butler Original Soundtrack 1 is the first soundtrack to the anime version of Hayate the Combat Butler released by Geneon on June 22, 2007; the soundtrack is arranged by Kōtarō Nakagawa. The Hayate the Combat Butler Original Soundtrack 2 is the second soundtrack to the anime version of Hayate the Combat Butler, released by Geneon on February 22, 2008; the soundtrack is arranged by Kōtarō Nakagawa. Hayate the Combat Butler Drama CD 1: Hermione Ayasaki and the Private Lessons is the first drama CD based on the anime version of the series Hayate the Combat Butler.
It was first released on August 2007 by Geneon. Hayate the Combat Butler Drama CD 2: Hakuo Gakuin Bus Tour and Maria Talking to Herself is the second drama CD based on the anime version of the series Hayate the Combat Butler, it was scheduled for release on February 22, 2008 but it was changed to March 7, 2008 by Geneon. Hayate the Combat Butler Drama CD 3: First Love is the third drama CD based on the anime version of the series Hayate the Combat Butler, it was released on March 2008 by Geneon. Hayate the Combat Butler Nekketsu Drama CD Gōgō Seitokai Tenkenjā VS Kyōfu no Donperi Kaijin Yukijin is a promotional released drama CD released through the magazine Shōnen Sunday based on the anime version of the series Hayate the Combat Butler!. Radio the Combat Butler Volume 1 is the first compilation of the web radio show Radio the Combat Butler, featuring Rie Kugimiya, the voice actor for Nagi Sanzenin, Ryōko Shiraishi, the voice actor for Hayate Ayasaki, replacing Ryoko Shiraishi, Rie Tanaka, the voice actor for Maria.
It was released by Geneon on September 2007 on two CDs. The first CD contains new recordings that never aired and the second CD contains thirteen episodes of the web radio show that aired between April 6, 2007 and June 29, 2007. Track Listing Radio the Combat Butler Volume 2 is the second compilation of the web radio show Radio the Combat Butler, featuring Rie Kugimiya and Ryōko Shiraishi, the voice actor for Nagi Sanzenin and Hayate Ayasaki respectively, it was released by Geneon on December 21, 2007. Like the first volume, volume two is two disks; the first CD contains new recordings and the second CD contains thirteen web radio episodes that aired between July 6, 2007 and September 28, 2007 in mp3 format. Track Listing Twelve music albums for Hayate the Combat Butler have been released featuring songs sung by the voice actors for not only the main cast, but from the supporting cast of characters; the first two albums, released on May 25, 2007, include songs by Ryōko Shiraishi as Hayate Ayasaki and Rie Tanaka as Maria.
The next two, released on July 25, 2007, include songs by Rie Kugimiya as Nagi Sanzenin and Shizuka Itō as Hinagiku Katsura. Volumes five and six, released on September 21, 2007, contained songs by Miyu Matsuki as Isumi Saginomiya and Kana Ueda as Sakuya Aizawa. Volume seven, released on November 21, 2007, contained songs by Marina Inoue as Wataru Tachibana and Saki Nakajima as Saki Kijima, while volume eight released on the same day contained songs by Mikako Takahashi as Ayumu Nishizawa. Album number nine, released on January 25, 2008, includes songs by Hitomi Nabatame as Yukiji Katsura, volume ten released on the same day is a trio between Eri Nakao, Sayuri Yahagi, Masumi Asano as Miki Hanabishi, Izumi Segawa, Risa Asakaze respectively; the eleventh release, on March 21, 2008, is another album by Rie Kugimiya, the twelfth album, released on the same day, is a duet with Rie Tanaka and Shizuka Itō
Stephen Bienko is an American coach and athlete. He is best known as the founding Director of the Institute of Athletic Performance, the former largest franchise owner of the College Hunks Hauling Junk brand, holding the Villanova University discus throw record for eight years. Bienko grew up in, Green Township, New Jersey and was a three-sport star during high school at the Delbarton School, where he graduated in 1994, he was a member of its football team. He graduated from Pennsylvania. Where he competed as a decathlete and held the school record in the discus at 172' 11" from 1998 - 2005. Bienko began his professional career in the New Jersey State Police, his positions have included: Director of Marketing at Kennedy Funding, Inc.. Bienko lives in New Jersey with his wife, professional woman's hockey player, Lauren Kelly and three children. Bienko served on the Board of Directors for the PACE School for Girls and Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida, he is a member of the Advisory Council for Turning Point USA