Discussion Topic: Responding to Plagiarism, led by Dr. Jitender Deogun & Dr. Charles Riedesel.
Join us once a month for conversation about ethics in context. You bring your experience, expertise and interest in ethics; we'll bring your lunch.
Sponsored by UNL's Robert J. Kutak Center for the Teaching and Study of Applied Ethics.
The Ethics Center promotes ethics across the disciplines at UNL. As part of our mission, we
are hosting brownbag luncheons throughout the academic year. These monthly luncheons
provide an interdisciplinary forum for university faculty, students, and staff to discuss
relevant case studies that highlight ethical questions arising throughout the disciplines.
If you would like to attend one of these brownbags and would like us to supply a lunch,
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Learn the steps you can take to help get the financing your small business needs. We'll explain the importance of a strong business plan How our resource partners -- SCORE and the Nebraska Business Development Center -- can help you Find out why lenders use SBA guaranteed loans in their financing projects.
“Small Steps to Health and Wealth” is a program designed to motivate participants to improve both their health and their finances. University of Nebraska Lincoln Extension will be delivering the program for 13 weeks over the Thursday noon hours from January 29 to April 30. A planning
workbook that can be purchased or downloaded as individual lessons encourage participants to set health and/or wealth goals and take action to achieve their goals by identifying small progress steps.
“Relationship Between Composition, Structure and Physical Properties of Wheat Flour Based Thermoplastic Material,” by Nathalie Leblanc, Director of Laboratory for Material of the Engineering School of Agriculture Rouen, and associated researcher of LECAP Laboratory of the University of Rouen. Informal reception in W317.7 Nebraska Hall at 3 PM, prior to the seminar. The public is welcome.