Learn how Academic Affairs has changed and what lies ahead. Ellen Weissinger, David Wilson, Nancy Kenny, and Lance C. Perez will address changes and new directions. Open to all faculty and staff with a question and answer period at the end.
“How many auxin receptors does it take to make a plant?,” will be presented by Dr. Mark Estelle, University of California San Diego. A reception will be held at 5:00 p.m. The event is open to the public.
The mission of Eating Disorder Education and Prevention is to encourage students to move toward an accepting attitude of body size and shape; to educate in the areas of eating disorders, body image and wellness; and to provide resources and referrals on campus.
EDEP is a student association of UNL student volunteers who have an interest in eating disorder awareness and prevention. The focus of EDEP is in the area of eating disorder prevention. One of the goals is to reach those who may be participating in dangerous behavior. Education may ultimately prevent some from developing a clinical eating disorder. Any UNL student is welcome to join.
Nebraskans for the Upgraded Treatment of Squirrels or NUTS is tasked with raising awareness of squirrel-life on campus. NUTS will be holding its first meeting of the semester. Membership is free and the only requirement to join is love for squirrels.