|All day-Oct 10th||LaserFest at Mueller Planetarium MORRILL HALL|
Mueller Planetarium, located in Morrill Hall, will present musical laser shows again for one weekend only. A complete schedule with show times will be available soon on the NU State Museum and Mueller Planetarium's Web sites: www.museum.unl.edu or www.spacelaser.com.
|8:00 am||RFL - Army NU Rifle Range|
|9:00 am-5:00 pm||One Day University: PR Fundamentals and Make Your Message Heard ANDERSEN HALL|
Public Relations Fundamentals (morning session), Room 335, Andersen Hall
This workshop on key PR skills will give you the edge, whether you’re a neophyte or veteran communicator.
Learn how to:
• Collaborate with reporters to tell your organization’s story.
• Keep a cool head when things fall apart.
• Get your point across in media interviews by using key messages.
• Increase your accountability by creating PR plans with measurable results.
Make your Message Heard (afternoon session), Room 336, Andersen Hall
Today’s communicator faces a daunting challenge of making a message stand out amid the competition. These tools will help you navigate the clutter.
Learn how to:
• Update press releases to social media releases.
• Make your story pitch relevant and Tweet-worthy.
• Use social media to build your audience.
• Use Facebook to reach your audience.
Register online at http://go.unl.edu/prfundamentals
|11:00 am-2:00 pm||Sexual Health Informational Booth NEBRASKA UNION|
Students for Sexual Health will be hosting an informational booth every Friday in the Nebraska Union.
|12:30 pm-1:30 pm|| Dr. Hillary Potter Colloquium UNL|
Hillary Potter received her M.A. in criminal justice from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York. She received her Ph.D. in sociology from Colorado University at Boulder in 2004 and served as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Consortium on Violence Research. Dr. Potter is a member of the Department of Sociology, Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race in America, and the Women and
Gender Studies Program as well as the Racial Democracy, Crime and Justice-Network. Her current research and teaching interests are feminist and Black feminist criminology, racialized perceptions of crime, the intersections of race, gender, class, and crime,and race and intimate partner violence.
|2:00 pm||National Textiles Conference SHELDON MUSEUM of ART|
National Textiles Conference in Ethel S. Abbott Auditorium and galleries. Site seminars and tours.
|3:00 pm||Sexpectations NEBRASKA UNION|
Sexpectations is an interactive workshop that creates an open dialogue to understand the unspoken expectations that can affect romantic relationships.
|3:30 pm-4:30 pm||Chemistry Colloquium October 8, 2010 HAMILTON HALL|
"Structural Diversity and Enzymatic Versatility in Natural Product Biosynthesis" Professor David H. Sherman from University of Michigan. Sponsored by UNL Research Council.
|3:30 pm||Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences Stout Lecture BESSEY HALL|
Marith Reheis, U.S. Geological Survey
|4:00 pm||GO Session at International Affairs 420 UNIVERSITY TERRACE|
Information you need to know about studying abroad, hosted by an UNL Study Abroad Advisor.
|4:00 pm||Iowa State - T-shirt Giveaway (soccer) Nebraska Soccer Field|
|5:00 pm||Orlan & Mind Over Matter Exhibition Opening Reception SHELDON MUSEUM of ART|
Exhibition opening and reception.
|7:00 pm||The Aesthetics of Astrophysics City Campus Union|
Travis Rector, an astronomer at the University of Alaska, will present this year's Ruckman Lecture. In his talk, he'll address how modern telescopes work, how astronomers use the data from them for their research, how they're transformed into vibrant, color images and the authenticity of such images.
|7:30 pm-9:00 pm||AXIS Dance LIED CENTER for PERFORMING ARTS|
The Chicago Tribune says the AXIS Dance Company "shakes up the very concept of dance" with cutting edge, contemporary works by dancers with and without disabilities. A visually stunning dance event that defies physical limitations.
|7:30 pm||DYLAN TEMPLE BUILDING|
Set in 1950's Wales and America, DYLAN follows acclaimed Welsh poet and public speaker Dylan Thomas to the colleges, bars and bedrooms of his last American tour and finally to the ship that carried him home.