|8:00 am-5:00 pm||9th Annual Symposium in Virology NEBRASKA UNION|
This year’s Symposium in Virology will include 5 presentations given by national experts in the field of virology, on October 2 beginning at 8:00 AM at the Nebraska Union. The symposium will conclude that afternoon with a wine and cheese reception and poster session with the speakers. This event, sponsored by the Nebraska Center for Virology, is free but preregistration is required by September 25. All interested faculty, students and staff, are encouraged to attend the symposium and are also invited to display posters. Complete details and registration information can be found on our website. www.unl.edu/virologycenter
|8:00 am-4:00 pm||The Ninth Annual Symposium in Virology NEBRASKA UNION|
Featured speakers this year include: Jim Carrington, PhD, Diane E. Griffin, MD, PhD, Thomas Shenk, PhD, James L. Van Etten PhD, and Reed B. Wickner, PhD.
Annually, our symposium in virology, presented by five national speakers who are experts in the field of virology, attracts attendees from industry, as well as students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty from institutions in Nebraska and the surrounding states.
All interested individuals are invited to attend.
Registration is free but advanced registration on this website is required. Your registration confirmation will be received by e-mail.
Attendees are also invited to present posters and should indicate their poster title at the time of their registration.
|12:00 pm-2:00 pm||Seasonal Flu Shot Clinics East Campus Union|
Walk-in flu shot clinics for the seasonal flu will be held at the University Health Center and the East Campus Union. Flu vaccinations are $20 and payment by cash or check is required at the time of vaccination. For those with Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance, a claim will be filed by UHC staff for possible reimbursement, however, you will still need to pay at time of injection. Don't forget to bring your BCBS ID number. No appointment is necessary for the walk-in clinics; seasonal flu vaccinations are also available by appointment at the UHC by calling (402) 472-5000.
|3:30 pm-4:30 pm||Chemistry Colloquium CANCELLED October 2 HAMILTON HALL|
"Electrochemistry Using Synthetic and Biological Nanopores" Professor Henry S. White, from
University of Utah.
|4:00 pm||NU Soccer vs. Green Bay Nebraska Soccer Field|
|4:00 pm-4:50 pm||Mathematics Colloquium, Berg, Texas Tech ME AVERY HALL|
Jordan Berg of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas Tech University will speak on Thermal Properties of Metallic Nanowires: Modeling & Experiment
|5:00 pm-7:00 pm||First Friday Reception at the Sheldon Museum of Art SHELDON MUSEUM of ART|
Sheldon Museum of Art welcomes visitors to a First Friday opening reception for the exhibition Agents of Change: Mexican Muralists and New Deal Artists. Sheldon Curator of Cultural and Civic Engagement Sharon Kennedy will be in the exhibition gallery to answer questions.
The reception offers hors d'oeurves and a cash bar. This event is free to the public.
Agents of Change: Mexican Muralists and New Deal Artists features works by artists from Mexico and the United States and demonstrates the close ties between them in the 1930s and ’40s. The exhibition is organized into four sections to include Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Works Progress Administration (WPA); the Mexican Muralist Movement; a mural study by WPA artist Lucienne Bloch; and the Taller de Gráfica Popular.
To view artwork in this exhibition, please click: Agents of Change slide show
To listen to a podcast with Sheldon curator Sharon Kennedy, please click: Agents of Change podcast
Programming for this exhibition is made possible by a grant from the Nebraska Humanities Council and the Sheldon Art Associatiion, the Museum's dedicated support group.
|5:30 pm-6:30 pm||First Friday IQSC lecture International Quilt Study Center & Museum|
“Modern Yet Anti-Modern: American Quilts in the Modern Age” lecture with curator Marin Hanson
First Friday Free Admission, 5:00 - 7:00 PM
|7:30 pm||Shipwrecked! TEMPLE BUILDING|
by Donald Margulies
Good old-fashioned yarn spinning with a contemporary twist.