|All day||Discover Engineering Days UNL|
The College of Engineering started Discover Engineering Days to introduce middle school students and their teachers to the various fields in engineering and the engineering programs offered at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
The event is hosted by the college's student organizations and is filled with hands-on activities that apply math, science and creative thinking skills. Students are responsible for bringing their own sack lunches. Each day will end with an optional tour of the UNL Dairy Store or Memorial Stadium.
OPTION 1 - The UNL Dairy Store is located in the East Campus Visitors Center. The UNL Dairy Store has been selling dairy products since 1917. At one time, the Dairy Store/Plant provided all the dairy products for the UNL Dormitories. Tour their facilities at NO COST. To arrange for a tour, contact the Dairy Store at 472-2828.
OPTION 2 - Tour of Memorial Stadium. Memorial Stadium is located between 10th street and Stadium Drive on the downtown campus of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and is home to the Huskers. The tour starts at the West Stadium Security Entrance and lasts approximately one hour. Transportation will not be provided for East campus to Memorial Stadium, and guests are encouraged to park in the Stadium Drive Parking Garage. There is NO COST for this tour. To arrange for a tour, please contact the stadium at 472-3333.
|All day||Hire Big Ten+ International Virtual Career Fair Online|
This online event allows international students to virtually connect with employers from across the country. Recruiters are looking to hire U.S. educated international students, so take advantage of this opportunity.
|12:00 pm-1:00 pm||BIOC Grad Student Seminar w/Sandhya Gopalakrishnan BEADLE CENTER|
"MitoNEET-driven alterations in adipocyte mitochondrial activity reveal a crucial adaptive process that preserves insulin sensitivity in obesity"
|1:00 pm-4:30 pm||UAAD Professional Development Workshop DelRay Ballroom|
Best Work/Best Self: Time and Stress Management for Busy People presented by Paul Wesselmann
|2:00 pm-3:00 pm||Discipline-based education research meeting BESSEY HALL|
"Nanoscience Outreach," Talk presented by Steve Ducharme, Professor and Vice Chair Department of Physics and Astronomy, Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience
|3:30 pm-4:30 pm||SBS Seminar - Luwen Zhang HAMILTON HALL|
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm||Veteran's After Action Group City Campus Union|
Share your experience of military service with other OEF/OIF/OND veterans that GET IT. Facilitated by SFC (Ret) Kim Moore, who served in the Nebraska Army National Guard for 21.5 years of active duty service. Her service included working in administration, logistics, training, aviation, pay, and travel. She served in Afghanistan 2008-2009. SFC Moore received her M.S. in Counseling in 2010 and is a Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Provider. Sponsored by the Women's Center and University of Nebraska Student Veterans Organization. Monthly meetings beginning on Thursday, November 8 from 4-5pm @ 338 Nebraska Union.
|5:00 pm-6:30 pm||New Faculty Present Research Bailey Library|
November 8, 5:00-6:30pm Dudley Bailey Library
Opportunity for those in the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program to meet our new faculty, Malte Rehbein, Department of History, and Nora Peterson, Department of French, who will present their research agendas and goals.
Refreshments will be served
|5:00 pm-6:30 pm||Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program: New Faculty Present Research ANDREWS HALL|
Opportunity for those in the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program to meet our new faculty, Malte Rehbein, Department of History, and Nora Peterson, Department of French, who will present their research agenda and goals.
|5:30 pm||AnthroGroup hosting Professor Michael Hoff OLDFATHER HALL|
Michael Hoff will be presenting on the Roman site Antiochia ad Cragum Field School Project and his most recent find
|6:00 pm-7:30 pm||Environmental Cognition and Education Seminar--David Krantz BURNETT HALL|
The Role of Ethical Standards in Individual and Group Decisions
David Krantz (Center for Research on Environmental Decisions, Columbia University) will give a talk exploring ethics and environmental decision making.
|7:00 pm-8:30 pm||Film Screening: "Problema" SHELDON MUSEUM of ART|
Screening of the film "Problema" in conjunction with the exhibition "Women Call for Peace: Global Vistas." The film documents an international conversation held at the Table of Free Voices on September 9, 2006 in Berlin. More than 100 people from 50 nations came together to voice their ideas about problems facing the world.
After the screening, we will discuss some of the questions raised at the Table of Free Voices in a short round-table discussion including:
-Rev. Fritz Hudson, Minister, Unitarian Church of Lincoln
-Dr. Chantal Kalisa, Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Women's and Gender Studies, UNL
-Sharon Kennedy, Curator of Cultural and Civic Engagement, Sheldon Museum of Art
-Shela Shanks, Social Justice and Peace Advocate, Attorney (licensed to practice in New York)
-Josh Snowden, Fusion Project Coordinator, Asian Community and Cultural Center
For more information about Problema, visit www.problema-thefilm.org
|7:00 pm-11:30 pm||Give and Cake City Campus Union|
Eat cupcakes and help Theta Phi Alpha raise money for St. Gianna's Women's Home.
|7:00 pm||Union Bank Presents: Avatar Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center|
Students can see a free showing of the movie "Avatar." Walk Union Bank's blue carpet at 6 p.m. Pick up tickets at the Union Bank branch in the Nebraska Bookstore from 9 am-6pm on Thursday, November 8. Free for students with valid NCard
|7:30 pm-9:00 pm||WET INK! Student Composers WESTBROOK MUSIC BUILDING|
WET INK! features original works by School of Music composition students. The first concert will be Wednesday, Nov 7 at 7:30 pm. The second concert featuring a completely different repertoire will be the next night, Thursday, Nov 8 at 7:30 pm. Both concerts will be in Westbrook Recital Hall in Room 119. These events are FREE and open to the public.
|7:30 pm||University Theatre: Paragon Springs TEMPLE BUILDING|
University Theatre presents "Paragon Springs" by Steven Dietz and directed by Carrie Lee Patterson. Based on Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People."
Performances are Nov. 8-9 and 14-16 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 11 & 18 at 2 p.m. in the Studio Theatre, located on the 1st floor of the Temple Building.
Tickets are $16 general admission, $14 faculty/staff and senior citizens, and $10 for students. Tickets are available at http://www.unltheatretickets.com, the Lied Center ticket office (402-472-4747) or at the door one hour prior to curtain.
For more information, visit http://go.unl.edu/unltheatre.
|7:30 pm||2012: An End of Days? City Campus Union|
Edwin Barnhart, archeologist, explorer and expert on Mayan culture, will give a lecture on the ancient Mayan prediction that the world will end in 2012. He will talk about the Mayan calendar, Mayan culture, and give his own prediction on whether the world will end in 2012. Free for UNL students. $5/faculty, staff and public
|7:30 pm||Movie Series: Standing Bear's Footsteps Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center|
Join UNITE in Celebration of Native American Heritage Month. Refreshments served