The Friends of the University of Northern Iowa Museum will present a new lecture series with its inaugural season, the Rural Schoolhouse Speakers Series.
An examination of the cultural significance of printed currency and the images and people depicted.
The UNI Museum is excited to introduce its Fall show, Ballroom Bash: Iowa’s Rock n’ Roll Legacy.
A examination of the AETNA Drivotrainer program at UNI.
Remembering what Old Gilchrist Hall represented at UNI
The UNI Museum continuously accepts donations to grow our collections to expand research and educational opportunities for our students.
A collection of UNI memorbelia looking at key aspects of UNI History including greek life, sports history, and Price Lab School.
Eco+House is an interdisciplinary eco-art course aiming to creatively build environmental awareness and positive change.
An exhibit that explains the interesting set of events that led up to the Iowa Caucus and why Iowa still maintains this important place in the American... Read More
An evaluation of everyday objects and how their forms represent the cultures and people who crafted them.
“Lighting Up” looks at these trends across America over a period of 140 years.
A look at the objects and mementoes that make up UNI's history and heritage.
Søren Kierkegaard is the man behind one of the most original and fascinating authorships in recent centuries.
A look at the Canadian Arctic.
World War I items
Hibbs received the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions in Viet Nam. On display is his uniform and related artifacts.
Created to coincide with the Friends of the Museums Annual Meeting/Celebration.
While in transition, the UNI Museum continues to be a resource for faculty, staff and students.
An exhibit featuring the museum's wide range of Minerals & Fossils
Whether through an exhibit on Chinese ethnic costumes or views of Earth from space, UNIM is a window on the world.
Land development and human population growth
Prehistory of Iowa, History of Hartman Reserve, UNI Archeology Field School Excavation, Archeology Lab, and Interpretation.
A look at coffee's cultural and economic impact throughout history.
After spending hours or days alone in the UNIM storage area, artists came up with original creations inspired by an object from the collection.
Learn how forensic anthropologists inspect and analyze human skeletal remains to identify the deceased and cause of death.
Biomimicry is the process of studying nature’s best adaptations and reproducing them to solve human problems.
Cultures across the globe have found many clever ways to create boats and use them for transportation, gathering resources, or just enjoying the water.
An exhibit showing various artifacts from UNI's history
From half way around the world, a collection of intricate wood carvings created nearly half a century ago has made its way to the University Museum.
A study of various animals on the African continent, and the defenses they use for survival.