Livestock producers will have a chance to learn more about: societal views regarding animal care; the role of ethics in current farm animal welfare debates; Consumers and animal welfare; perceptions and needs of the retail industry; Ag industry principles; Global Market Outlook and future of the animal protein industry
An art exhibition featuring work from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Sculpture MFA candidates: Jamie Fritz, Matt Blache, Jacob Francois and Liana Owad. Closing Reception: Friday, Feb. 10 from 5-6 p.m.
Marcelo M. Suarez-Orozco is the Courtney Sale Ross University Professor of Globalization and Education at New York University and the author of numerous award-winning books, edited volumes, scholarly essays and journal articles focused on mass migration and education. His research spans three decades and is grounded in the conceptual and empirical problems within cultural psychology and psychological anthropology.
Suarez-Orozco was inducted into the National Association of Education in 2004 and received Mexico's highest honor to a foreign national. Professor Suarez-Orozco lectures widely throughout the world to governmental bodies and institutions and his basic research is regularly featured in global media outlets.
Registration required. Learn hands-on the basic functions of image editing. In this session, you will be introduced to the most popular features of Photoshop, such as cropping images, and fixing photographs with color or contrast problems. You will also learn the advantages of different file formats, such as GIFs, TIFFs, JPEGs, and PSDs, when working with images for the Web or print.