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Thursday, November 1st

Time Event Title
10:00 am-2:00 pmEDEP Booth City Campus Union
12:00 pm-1:00 pmBIOC Grad Student Seminar w/Athen Kimberlin BEADLE CENTER
"Probing the regulatory elements of serine palmitoyltransferase"
2:00 pm-3:00 pmDiscipline-based education research meeting BESSEY HALL
"Insects as Teaching Tools," Talk presented by Doug Golick, Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology
3:30 pm-4:30 pmFall Nebraska Lecture NEBRASKA UNION
P. Stephen Baenziger, Professor and Nebraska Wheat Growers Presidential Chair, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, will give the Fall Nebraska Lecture. A reception follows in an adjacent room.
3:30 pm"The Joy of Applied Science While Feeding the World" City Campus Union
Featuring P. Stephen Baenziger, Professor and Nebraska Wheat Growers Presidential Chair, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture. Free and Open to the Public. Reception following. For more information visit research.unl.edu or call 402-472-0030.

Live Webcast at research.unl.edu
4:00 pm-5:00 pmKnow Your (Author) Rights! NEBRASKA HALL
As an author, you have rights! What are these rights? Can you suggest modifications to a publishers’ contract? What key areas should you watch for and what should you expect from publishers in response?

Paul Royster, Libraries’ Coordinator for Scholarly Communications, has an excellent background in publishing and an in-depth knowledge of these issues.

Come learn what you need to know to be an effective negotiator.
4:00 pm-7:00 pmHistory Harvest Center for People in Need
The UNL Dept. of History invites current and former refugees as well as community members who work with refugees to join students and professors in a unique community-based history project. Share your stories, the history and culture of your home country, and your refugee experiences. Bring your photos, documents, letters, heirlooms, traditional clothing, or any other items that tell your story. With your permission, your items will be photographed and included in a unique, online archive that will be available for free to the public. The goal is to create a resource to help others better understand the rich and diverse histories, cultures, and experiences of Lincoln's refugees. Two opportunities to share your items. Sunday, Oct. 28th , 12-4pm at College View SDA Church, and Thursday, Nov. 1, 4pm-7pm at Center for People in Need. Free and open to the public
5:00 pm-7:00 pmExplore Student Affairs: Career & Educational Opportunities Abel/Sandoz Complex
Learn about the profession of student affairs, hear why UNL Student Affairs professionals enjoy working in this field, and discover how to begin a career in Student Affairs through applying for UNL's Student Affairs Master's Program. The event will take place on Nov. 1 from 5-7 PM in Mari's Lounge. RSVP by Oct. 26 at stuafs.unl.edu/grad.shtml
7:00 pm-8:30 pmThe Politics of Food in North Korea City Campus Union
Rhoda Howard-Hassmann, who is Canada Research Chair in International Human Rights at Ontario’s Wilfrid Laurier University, will present the symposium’s keynote address. This year's Hendricks Symposium theme is "Human Rights and Human Security in Conversation"
7:00 pmG.E. Hendricks Symposium: Human Rights and Human Security in Conversation City Campus
Keynote Lecture: "The Politics of Food in North Korea" by Rhoda Howard-Hassmann (Wilfrid Laurier University). Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the G.E. Hendricks Fund, the Department of Political Science, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Forsythe Family Program on Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs
7:30 pmReel Talk Movie Series: Bro Code Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center
Join us for a "Reel Talk Session" featuring "Bro Code," a documentary that provides insight on how contemporary culture creates an idea of masculinity, and challenges us to evaluate our views on gender roles and the code.
8:00 pm-11:00 pmDon't Be Afraid of the Dark East Campus Union
Laser Tag, Hayrack Ride, Karaoke, Caricature Artist, Smores and More. Shuttle pick-up will be on City Campus at the R Street Bus Stop, North Side. Free!

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Jan 13th-Dec 2ndExhibition: “What’s in a Name? Inscribed Quilts” International Quilt Study Center & Museum
Apr 21st-Nov 30thMinerals & Meteorites MORRILL HALL
Aug 3rd-Feb 24thExhibition: Studio Art Quilt Associate’s 20th Showcase International Quilt Study Center & Museum
Aug 3rd-Apr 21stExhibition: "Five Decades of Collecting" SHELDON MUSEUM of ART
Sep 7th-Jun 2ndExhibition: Indigo Gives America the Blues International Quilt Study Center & Museum
Sep 18th-Jan 13thExhibition: "Women Call for Peace: Global Vistas" SHELDON MUSEUM of ART
Oct 5th-Dec 9thWestward Bound: Big Color Landscape Photographs Great Plains Art Museum
Oct 5th-Jan 20thExhibition: "The Geometric Unconscious: A Century of Abstraction" SHELDON MUSEUM of ART

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