How To Connect: start connecting 5 minutes prior to the start time of 10 a.m. CST. You need to have a computer with Internet access with speakers. At the meeting time, copy and paste this URL into your browser to enter the meeting: http://breeze.unl.edu/extension/eship/. At that URL you will find a login page. Click on “Click to Enter” under the “Enter as a Guest” heading. Enter your name and click “Enter” to enter the meeting space. The audio portion of the meeting will be through your computer speakers. Anytime before the meeting you can visit the following URL http://breeze.unl.edu/extension/eship/ to confirm your ability to connect to the Breeze server. If you cannot connect for some reason, open a different browser and type the url into the address box.
EWB-NU will sell hotdogs cooked on (sustainable) rocket stoves outside the Nebraska City Union: Tuesday, April 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Cost is $1.50 per hotdog and proceeds fund the spring 2010 trip to help a village build a water supply project in Madagascar. Have lunch and help the world!
Throughout the spring, Maxwell Arboretum on East Campus changes constantly. Keep up with what's blooming with Special Projects Research Horticulturist and former arboretum Grounds Supervisor Emily Levine. We'll see the earliest small bulbs, later blooming daffodils and tulips, spring-flowering trees and shrubs like magnolias, dogwoods, amelanchiers, crabapples, viburnums, lilacs, and rhododendrons.
“Statistical mechanics and peridynamic boundary value problems,” by Richard B. Lehoucq, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, N.M. Co-sponsored by the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience. Informal reception in W317.7 Nebraska Hall at 3 PM, prior to the seminar. The public is welcome.
As a part of the Tuesday Nights at Sheldon: A School of Music Performance Series, Jazz Ensembles I and II will present a concert featuring the music of composer, educator, and saxophonist Dan Gailey, in Sheldon Museum of Art in the Ethel S. Abbott Auditorium.
Dan Gailey, saxophonist/composer/arranger, is the director of Jazz Studies and Professor of Music and Dance at the University of Kansas, where he directs Jazz Ensemble I and Jazz Combo I; produces the annual KU Jazz Festival, now in its 27th year; and is the founder and producer of the annual KU Jazz Workshop, a week-long summer institute for high school students and teachers now in its 11th year.
This event is FREE and open to the public.