|12:00 pm-1:00 pm||BIOC Grad Student Seminar w/Jennifer Catlett BEADLE CENTER|
"Structural Probing of a Protein Phosphatase 2A Network by Chemicals Cross-Linking and Mass Spectrometry"
|12:30 pm-2:30 pm||Plan Big Open Houses: UNL Campus and Landscape Master Plans HARDIN HALL|
Students, Faculty, Staff--you have a chance to shape the future of the UNL campus. Your input is critical and valued. Please attend one of the two sessions. We are looking for feedback on three conceptual frameworks for both campuses. Presentation and Q & A. First presentation is on Oct. 24, 3-5:30pm, in Nebraska Union
|2:00 pm-3:00 pm||Discipline-based education research meeting BESSEY HALL|
"Analysis of the Effect of Sequencing Lecture and Laboratory Instruction on Student Learning and Motivation Towards Learning Chemistry in an Organic Chemistry Lecture Course," Talk presented by Deblina Pakhira, postdoctoral research assistant in Marilyne Stains research group (Chemistry).
|3:30 pm-5:00 pm||WGS Colloquium by Julia McQuillan and Karina Shreffler: Surgical Sterilization, Regret, and Race NEBRASKA UNION|
Julia McQuillan (Sociology) and Karina Shreffler (Oklahoma State University) will discuss their work on sterilization and regret.
|3:30 pm||Surgical Sterilization, Regret, and Race: Contemporary Patterns City Campus Union|
Julie McQuillan (Chair of Sociology Department, UNL) and Karina Shreffler (Assoc. Professor in Dept. of Human Development & Family Science at OSU) will explore if sterilization is still more common and more consequential among Black, Latina, and native American women, compared to White women in the US--and if patterns are the same for all marginalized groups. Sponsored by Women's and Gender Studies.
|3:30 pm-5:00 pm||Barefoot into Reality at Paruku ANDREWS HALL|
Tom Lynch will read from his creative nonfiction essay describing his experiences at the Paruku Indigenous Protected Area, located near Lake Gregory in Australia's Tanami Desert. Sponsored by the English Department's Place Studies interest group.
|5:00 pm||French Club @ Cultiva Cultiva Coffee|
Come for crepes, coffe and conversation (French and English) All are welcome.
|5:30 pm||Study Abroad OLDFATHER HALL|
Go abroad and get credit. UNL AnthroGroup encourages you to attend their meeting to talk about education abroad opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students wishing to gain credit in anthropology, archeology,k art history ethnic studies, forensic science and many other subjects.! For more information, please contact the AnthroGroup presidents at firstname.lastname@example.org . Light refreshments will be served.
|6:00 pm-Oct 26th 4:30 pm||2012 Connnecting Young Nebraskans Summit Sandhills Convention Center|
The annual CYN Summit is an opportunity for young Nebraskans to network, enhance skills and discuss the future. Comprised of an informal social, roundtable discussions and dynamic speakers, the summit features various opportunities for professional, personal, civic and community development.
The CYN Summit also provides an unparalleled platform for young Nebraskans to build new relationships and strengthen old ones. Drawing young Nebraskans from all parts of Nebraska and from both the private and public working sectors, the CYN Summit encourages collaboration beyond individual fields and geographic regions which strengthens the social infrastructure of Nebraska.
Arguably one of the most diverse and interactive summits in the state, the CYN Summit is created for and planned by young Nebraskans that are passionate about the future of Nebraska. The summit serves as an outlet for candid discussions about how current trends and the latest technologies impact the future of Nebraska. Many conference participants leave inspired and ready to take action in their communities.
This year, the CYN Summit will be in North Platte. The October 25 Thursday night social will highlight North Platte’s sense of community and regional assets. The October 26 Friday summit will be exciting and informative, and it will allow particpants to talk openly about the future of Nebraska.
For more information about CYN and the upcoming Summit, visit cyn.nebraska.edu, find CYN on Facebook (facebook.com/youngnebraskans), or follow CYN on Twitter (@youngnebraskans).
|7:30 pm||Theatrix: Sexual Perversity in Chicago TEMPLE BUILDING|
Two men and two women in their 20s explore the swinging singles scene in the disco-infused city of Chicago in 1978. Danny meets Deborah and soon they are lovers as well as roommates. Bernie and Joan seem to have the politics of sex down pat, but are as confused as their more naïve counterparts. After much comic drama, the four end up as they started, single and trying to figure out how to satisfy the world of the opposite sex.
By Pulitzer Prize winning and Tony nominated playwright David Mamet. Directed by Jonathan Hunt Sell.
Performances Oct. 24-26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Lab Theatre (3rd floor of the Temple Building).
Tickets are $6 and available in advance at http://www.unltheatretickets.com or can be purchased the day of the show at the door.