Athletics Media Guides (Athletics)
The athletics media guides provide an impressive amount of information about University of Northern Iowa athletics teams. The earliest guides, produced by George Holmes, cover several sports, usually by fall, winter, and spring seasons. Later guides cover only one sport.
These guides typically present information about coaches and all members of a team, results from the previous season, names of letterwinners, upcoming season prospects, and, occasionally, team history. The later guides include team, individual, and action photographs.
A Faculty Book Gallery has been developed that showcases the book publications authored and edited by faculty and staff at the University of Northern Iowa. Individual department pages have Faculty Book Galleries that list the books authored and edited by faculty and staff from the particular department.
Faculty Senate Documents (Faculty Senate)
Go to the Faculty Senate page in UNI ScholarWorks to find documents arranged in categories: Agendas, Minutes, Faculty Rosters, and Committee Membership Lists.
Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was an American architect, interior designer, writer and educator, who designed more than 1,000 structures, 532 of which were completed. Wright believed in designing structures that were in harmony with humanity and the natural environment, a philosophy called organic architecture.
Over many years, Carl Thurman, a biology professor at the University of Northern Iowa, has compiled a collection of approximately 420 photographs of Frank Lloyd Wright structures. All photographs were taken by Carl Thurman who has designated a Creative Commons 4.0 attribution license to each photo. This license lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon the original work as long as they credit Carl Thurman for the original creation. The photographs in the image gallery are sorted by state and then by the William Storrer inventory number. For more information about Frank Lloyd Wright structures, see the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
Graduate Research Papers (Division of School Library Studies)
This collection contains Graduate Research Papers written by students in the Division of School Library Studies, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education.
Graduate Research Papers (Graduate College)
The graduate research paper can be considered the capstone of the graduate program. For the paper, students synthesize information they have learned throughout the program and apply it to the field experience.
Honors Program Theses (University Honors Program)
The University Honors Program will be an intellectually stimulating and socially nurturing community of students of exceptional academic achievement. Every honors student has the opportunity to complete undergraduate research during their time at UNI by writing a thesis. Students work with faculty members in their major or area of interest to develop and conduct a study during either their Junior or Senior year.
From this page, you can browse our Honors Program Theses by academic department or by the year of completion Some theses and dissertations are not eligible for open access.
Browse Honors Program Theses by academic department:
College of Business Administration
- Educational Psychology and Foundations
- Special Education
- School of Kinesiology, Allied Health and Human Services
- Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Communication Studies
- Computer Science
- Earth Science
- Languages and Literatures
- School of Music
College of Education
College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Latino Americans Documents (Latino Americans: 500 Years of History)
Latino Americans: 500 Years of History, a public programming initiative for libraries and other cultural organizations, supports exploration of the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos who have helped shape the United States over the last five centuries and who have become, with more that 50 million people, the country's largest minority group. Rod Library won a competitive grant from the NEA to host a year long series of events celebrating Latino culture and contributions in the United States.
Open Educational Resources (Open Educational Resources)
SPARC considers Open Educational Resources (OER) to be "teaching, learning, and research resources released under an open license that permits their free use and repurposing by others... [this can include] full courses, course materials, lesson plans, open textbooks, learning objects, videos, games, tests, software, or any other tool, material, or technique that supports access to knowledge."
UNI's Open Educational Resources collection is featured in the Digital Commons Teaching Commons.
This University of Northern Iowa Patent collection provides information about each patent, including the patent number, application number, and filing date.
S.T.O.R.I.E. Time (Human Relations: Awareness and Applications)
Seniors Teach Others Real Intergenerational Experiences (S.T.O.R.I.E.) -- Teacher Education Majors at the University of Northern Iowa are matched with senior adults residing at Western Home Communities. During their ten one-hour meetings, the students and residents are guided in their discussions by the book Gratitude: Affirming One Another through Stories (2013) written by UNI Emeritus Faculty, Dr. Len Froyen. Through conversations and stories, the seniors of both generations are enhancing their understanding, compassion and acceptance of each other. S.T.O.R.I.E. Time gives the seniors a chance to choose a story together that will be written for the book.
This collection contains research and creative works by undergraduate students at the University of Northern Iowa. All student works require department, unit, or individual faculty approval before they are posted to UNI ScholarWorks.
UNI's Undergraduate Student Work collection is featured in the Digital Commons Undergraduate Research Commons.
University of Northern Iowa Fact Book (Institutional Research & Effectiveness)
The University of Northern Iowa Fact Book is a compilation of basic information including students, faculty, staff, alumni, and budget & finance.