|All day||Husker baseball Hawks Field|
|9:00 am-11:00 am||Flu Shot Clinics East Campus Union|
The University Health Center offers walk-in flu shot clinics - no appointments required. Flu shots are free for UNL students paying UPFF facility fees and $30 for faculty and staff. The UHC will file Blue Cross Blue Shield claims for faculty and staff members under the wellness benefit. You must have your insurance card at the time of vaccination in order to file a Blue Cross Blue Shield claim only. If you have used up your wellness benefit for the 2012 coverage period, you will be sent a bill from the UHC. The clinics will be held from 11:30am to 1pm on the following dates at:
Dec. 3: Harper Schramm Smith Dining Hall
Dec. 4: Abel/Sandoz Dining Hall
Dec. 5: East Campus Union
Dec. 6: Nebraska Union - Wellness Booth
Forms are available on-line for you to fill out prior to coming to one of the flu shot clinics to speed up the process. If you are unable to make one of the clinics, you can make an appointment at 402-472-5000.
|12:00 pm-1:00 pm||Maxwell Arboretum Walking Tours Maxwell Arboretum, East Campus|
Join horticulturist Emily Levine for twice-a- month walking tours of Maxwell Arboretum on East Campus -- the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month. The first tour is April 12. This year we will continue to examine and learn about the woody and herbaceous plants of the arboretum, their botanical characteristics, care and maintenance, as well as their place in history, folklore, and the arts. Students can supplement their formal horticultural education, faculty and staff can gain more knowledge about their campuses’ gardens, homeowners can get ideas for their own yards, and everyone can appreciate the beauty and science of the plants in the arboretum.
|2:00 pm-4:00 pm||UNLcms Introduction ARCHITECTURE HALL|
New Web content editors and creators are invited to bring sign-on credentials (username and password) and their converted site URL (http://unlcms.unl.edu/~/ and spend a couple of hours with Mark Hiatt, going over the basics of creating, editing and deleting pages and components of your Web site in the new UNLcms. Learn to edit pages, footers, navigation and headings and learn to assign roles and permissions to users. A short break is provided, along with plenty of time for questions and answers.
|2:00 pm-4:00 pm||UNLcms Introduction ARCHITECTURE HALL|
New Web content editors and creators are invited to bring sign-on credentials (username and password) and their converted site URL (http://unlcms.unl.edu/~/ and spend a couple of hours with Mark Hiatt, going over the basics of creating, editing and deleting pages and components of your Web site in the new UNLcms. Learn to edit pages, footers, navigation and headings and learn to assign roles and permissions to users. A short break is provided, along with plenty of time for questions and answers. http://training.unl.edu
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm||Glen Prestwich -- BIOC/RBC Seminar Series BEADLE CENTER|
Glenn D. Prestwich is Presidential Professor of Medicinal Chemistry and Presidential Special Assistant for Faculty Entrepreneurism. His research on phosphoinositide and lysolipid signaling, synthetic extracellular matrices for regenerative medicine, and glycosaminoglycan derivatives as safe and effective anti-inflammatory agents led to the co-founding of six companies including Echelon Biosciences, Glycosan BioSystems, and GlycoMira Therapeutics. He received the Governor’s Medal for Science and Technology for 2006, and was awarded the 1998 Paul Dawson Biotechnology Award and the 2008 Volwiler Research Award of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. In 2010, he received the University of Utah Distinguished Scholarly and Creative Research Award, and the “Rooster Prize” of the International Society for Hyaluronan Science. During 34 years as a faculty member, he has published over 600 technical papers, patents, and book chapters, and has trained over 125 postgraduate scientists. He is also a commercially-rated pilot and sings first tenor in the Utah Symphony Chorus.
|5:00 pm-6:00 pm||Health Care 101 TBA|
University Health Center will hold Health Care 101 sessions to provide UNL students with the tools to be educated health care consumers.
Health Care 101 will include:
•why health care providers ask you certain questions
•how to schedule an appointment
•the importance of being on time
•continuity of medical care
•how to use the UHC
Health Care 101 will be held at the following locations at 5 p.m.:
•Oct. 11: Abel/Sandoz Welcome Center - Mari's Lounge
•Oct. 12: HSS Conference Rooms - HSS Dining
•Oct. 19: CPN - Neihardt Blue TV Lounge
•Oct. 20: Selleck Presidential Dining Room
These talks will be given by UHC providers and nurses. Health Care 101 is a part of the UHC health care literacy campaign.
|6:00 pm||Academic Success and Career Awareness Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center|
This workshop is designed to assist freshmen and sophomores in acquiring the necessary skills and strategies to become academically successful; to become actively involved on campus; and to learn about accessing campus resources to meet their needs. Presenters will also share how their strategies enhanced their chances for career entry and/or graduate/professional school admission.
|7:00 pm||Russian Club NEBRASKA UNION|
Lecture "Dream of Space in the USSR" followed by the film "Kosmos"
|7:00 pm-10:00 pm||Game Night with Czech Komensky Club Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center|
Interested in diverse cultures?
Want to meet cool, new people?
Then the Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center is the place to be on - Oct. 11. The Czech Komenský Club will be hosting a free game night for all of those interested in Room 212 at 7 p.m. Come and learn about the amazing culture of the Czech Republic with games, fun people, and free pizza.
|7:30 pm-9:00 pm||Jazz Orchestra and Big Band Jazz KIMBALL RECITAL HALL|
Jazz Orchestra and Big Band Jazz ensembles will give a concert on Tuesday, Oct 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall. Tickets: General admission $5, student/senior $3, available at the door one hour before the performance.
The UNL School of Music presents the 3rd Annual New Music for Big Band from UNL concert on Tuesday, October 11th at 7.30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall. This exciting program features the award-winning UNL Jazz Orchestra
directed by Dr. Eric Richards along with the UNL Big Band directed by Mr. Dave Stamps, UNL’s new Graduate Teaching Assistant in Jazz Studies.
The evening will feature several world premieres of pieces by newly written by UNL student composer-arrangers along with Nebraska premieres of music by UNL faculty and alumni. New works include:
Today is Tomorrow’s Yesterday by Andrew Janak
Leah Noelle by Dave Stamps
Process of Illumination by Karl Lyden, Downbeat Magazine’s 2011 Outstanding Undergraduate Composer
500 Miles High composed by Chick Corea and arranged by UNL’s new Vocal Jazz Ensemble director, Kara Baxter