The Ethics Center and Graduate Student Association invite all UNL graduate students, professional students and post-docs to join us for a conversation about ethical issues that matter to them. The next Grad Student Ethics Forum will be held on Monday, January 30, 12:30-1:30 in the Nebraska Union. The topic for discussion is:
PRIVATE LIVES AND PROFESSIONAL LIVES:
RELATIONSHIPS IN THE LAB
Any grad students, professional students, and post-docs that would like a free lunch provided should RSVP to Steven Swartzer at [email@example.com] by noon on Thursday, January 26. Or, if you wish to bring your own lunch, feel free to just show up.
After you have migrated to your new 365 e-mail, come learn the basic tasks for mail, calendar and contacts. You will also receive an orientation to the use of Lync for instant messaging. A Q&A session will follow for you to ask questions about specific features used in Lotus Notes and how to accomplish using Outlook.
The UNL School of Music is proud to present the eighth annual Celebration of American Song. This year's celebration honors Leonard Bernstein.
As a composer, lyricist, conductor, author, music educator and pianist Leonard Bernstein changed the landscape of American music. His songs remain sparklingly significant in the context of all his compositions of operas, symphonies, music for the ballet, film scores, choral music and chamber works.
UNL's voice faculty, alumni, and students will present live performances of Leonard Bernstein's songs. Performances will include a spectrum of memorable songs including songs from his celebrated musicals including West Side Story, songs from his classical works including "A simple song" from his Mass, and some of his lesser known songs including his recently rediscovered blues song "Ain't got no tears left."
UNL's DMA alum Kurt Knecht will be featured at the piano and Coordinator of Musical Theatre Studies Alisa Belflower will serve as your host narrating with anecdotes from Leonard Bernstein's colorful life and career.
Come out and rediscover for yourself how Leonard Bernstein became an internationally celebrated American composer. His songs continue to stir the hearts of contemporary audiences from his spirited "New York, New York" to his timeless anthem of universal hope "Somewhere." Come out and hear stories of an unprecedentedly successful –– if not scandalous –– life and career.
This performance will be presented in two acts with an intermission and an approximate running time of 90 minutes. Tickets are available at the door on the evening of the performance. Don't miss this highly anticipated annual, one-night-only performance.
Tickets: General admission $5, student/senior $3, available at the door approx. one hour before the performance.