Students, faculty and staff are invited to the Nebraska African-American Domestic Violence Action Committee’s 6th Annual Conference, “A Cultural Context for Trauma Recovery: Domestic Violence and the African American Community”, February 8, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Nebraska East Union. Registration is free at (402)489-9292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Samodha Fernando, Department of Animal Science, UNL, will present the Nebraska Gateway for Neutrigenomics Seminar Series at noon. All interested faculty, students, and staff are welcome to attend this free event.
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.
“Fungal endophytes from the tropics to the tundra: clues to the evolution of plant-fungal interactions,” will be presented by Dr. A. Elizabeth Arnold, The University of Arizona. A reception will be held at 3:30 p.m. The event is open to the public.
No cost. Featured speaker will be UNL Extension Forages Specialist Bruce Anderson.
Topics will include:
• Plant mixtures for a new seeding
• Fertilizing pastures
• Weed control (proper grazing and herbicides)
• Rotational grazing/cross fencing
• Livestock water — location, quantity, and quality
The evening will conclude with a spokesman from the new Tri-County Prescribed Burn Association who will talk about their association.
Rock out to one of the Lied's favorite things in the 11/12 season! Brooklyn Rundfunk Orkestrata (BRO) is a rock band led by Peter Kiesewalter, founder and arranger of GRAMMY® nominated opera revisionists East Village Opera Company (EVOC). Get ready as BRO puts a bold 21st century twist on the beloved score of The Sound Of Music.