The Committee for GLBT Concerns actively supports the LGBTQA community through education and advocacy to foster a socially just and inclusive learning community. Fall 2010 meetings are on the 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month, 11 AM - 12:30PM.
Healthy Monday is a movement of people and organizations who commit every Monday to the behaviors and actions that will end preventable disease in the U.S. Join us to "raise some health" every Monday from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. at our booth in the Nebraska Union for Eat Healthy Monday, Move it Monday, Green Monday, and Mindful Monday. Free giveaways and information provided.
The student assembly presentation will provide an overview of the complex and integrated operations of the Missile Defense Agency, highlighting the agency's unique mission and technological advancements. It reviews the challenges and efforts occurring daily in the development of the Ballistic Missile Defense System, and an overview of the various functions, skills, and abilities required to execute the tasks. Particularly, it will provide a brief synopsis of the Career Development Program, a highly selective, government civilian entry level educational and training program, suitable for most of the campus academic disciplines, as a wonderful way to contribute to the technological advances of our nation and Department of Defense.
The University Police Department will host a free brown bag session titled "Questions and Answers." Do you have a question you would like to ask a police officer? Now here is your chance. The room will be posted at the union. If you would like to email your question a head of time you can send it to email@example.com. You can sign up at the website below, but walk-ins are always welcome.
Topic: Encouraging Responsible Conduct of Research
What should graduate students do to encourage responsible conduct of research? Is it enough to behave responsibly ourselves? Or, do we have a responsibility to keep others in check too? How do our responsibilities regarding RCR differ from those of other members of the UNL community? Does UNL do an adequate job promoting RCR? What could/should we be doing differently?
Lunch will be provided free to graduate students who RSVP by noon on Wednesday, Oct. 20. If you would like to bring your own lunch, feel free to just show up.
This event is co-sponsored by the Robert J. Kutak Center for the Teaching and Study of Applied Ethics and UNL's Graduate Student Association.
For more information about this forum, or to reserve a lunch, please email Steven Swartzer [firstname.lastname@example.org].
The movie is a brilliant Czech comedy from the beginning of 20th century. It is a compilation of stories from students' lives in a small Czech town in the 1930s. The connecting link is then a story of professor Matulka, who is not able to pass final exam despite of his age. He has still a feeling that he doesn't know everything well. Finally his students help him to become a professor by the small trick.