|8:30 am-4:30 pm||Service Member and Veterans on Campus NEBRASKA UNION|
Counseling and Psychological Services presents the training "Service Member and Veterans on Campus" as a part of a University Counseling Center Core Competency Program. The training will be Thursday, April 19 in the Nebraska Union from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Registration begins at 8 a.m.
Ted Bonar, Psy.D., is the Director of Training Programs for the Center for Deployment Psychology and will lead the training. The CDP is a non-profit, tri-service center funded through a grant awarded by the Uniformed Services University of the Health Services to train military and civilian behavioral health problems.
This clinical core competency program addresses the cultural and clinical concerns of service members and veterans on campus. A comprehensive overview of military-connected individuals’ experience is presented and will include day-to-day challenges, protective and risk factors, and treatment of behavioral health concerns on campus.
All practicing mental and behavioral health clinicians, trainees, and clinical students in a higher-education campus community are encouraged to attend the full day. Non-clinical campus personnel are encouraged to attend the full morning and through the Large Group Outreach Exercise.
Registration is required for all attendees. Registration deadline is April 12. Continuing Education Credits for mental health professionals may be available for the full-day program. The cost for attendees desiring 6.5 CE credits is $30.
This training is sponsored by University Health Center, Counseling and Psychological Services, Student Affairs, Student Veterans Task Force and the UNL Parents Association.
Contact Sandy Clonch to request a registration form at 402-472-7450 or email@example.com.
|10:00 am-11:00 am||NURAMP Elective 2: Export control ALEXANDER BUILDING - WEST|
An introduction to UNL’s export control policy and how export controls may apply to your research; procedures for creating a technology control plan, if needed. Please register online at NURAMP's website.
|11:00 am-12:00 pm||Outlook 2010 for Windows Orientation NEBRASKA UNION|
After you have migrated to Office 365, come learn the basic tasks for Outlook’s mail, calendar and contacts. Take a look at how to use Outlook Web Access and using Lync for instant messaging.
|11:30 am-1:00 pm||Economics Seminar - April 19 COLLEGE of BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION|
Economics McConnell Fellow Kacey Douglas to Present Seminar – April 19
McConnell Fellow and Economics graduate student Kacey Douglas will present her seminar, “International Knowledge Transfers and Technological Advance: The Role of International Migration” from 11:30 – 1:00 p.m. in room CBA 222 on Thursday, April 19. A pre-seminar lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. and the seminar will begin at noon. Please RSVP to Barb Keating at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the office at 340 CBA. The seminar is free and open to the public. Please contact Barb Keating at 472-6349 if you have questions.
|3:30 pm||SBS Seminar- Robin Chazdon HAMILTON HALL|
The process of secondary forest regeneration in tropical regions is poorly understood, with few long-term, permanent plot studies. Since 1997 we have been monitoring annual vegetation dynamics of trees and seedlings in lowland areas of northeastern Costa Rica that were formerly used for cattle pasture. Despite pronounced changes in forest structure, species density and species richness of tree species showed little change over 13 years and species composition of trees in 20-45 year old secondary forests remains distinct from mature forests in the same region. In contrast, seedling richness and composition has converged with mature forests in the area. I discuss trends in community assembly of seedlings and trees during succession in relation to functional groups and phylogenetic relatedness. Landscape composition and local neighborhood effects exert strong effects on patterns of tree recruitment, growth, and mortality.
Hosted by Sabrina Russo
|4:00 pm-7:00 pm||Scarlet Guard End-of-Year Renewal Party Wick Alumni Center|
Free dinner, BINGO for prizes, gift certificates, T-shirts for the first 200 students who renew/join. Anyone who joins/renews will be entered for a chance to win a football autographed by athletic director Tom Osborne and NU head football coach Bo Pelini. Renew or join for the 2012/2013 school year. All UNL students welcome.
|5:30 pm-7:00 pm||Operation Graduation: Making the Transition from Student to Professional City Campus Union|
Especially for Graduating Seniors and Grad Students. Workshop--Understanding Employee Benefits; Repaying Student Loans; Biggest Financial Mistakes College Grads Make. Bonus: Learn Dave Ramsey's 7 Steps for Financial Success! Free Dave Ramsey "Foundations in Personal Finance" workbook for every attendee.
|6:30 pm-9:00 pm||Amnesty International: The Death Penalty in Nebraska Spring Banquet City Campus Union|
Keynote Speaker: Senator Brenda Council; Art Display, Art Auction; Tickets: $10 Students/Low-Income, $15 Community Members. Catering by Vincenzo's. All proceeds help support Amnesty International's efforts to abolish the death penalty and protect human rights. Contact: email@example.com
|6:30 pm-8:00 pm||College Tuition and Student Debt NEBRASKA UNION|
What is driving the high costs of college tuition? What are the social, economic, and global implications of increasing college debt for American students? Professor Edward St. John (University of Michigan School of Education) will be addressing these and similar questions at this forum.
|7:00 pm-8:00 pm||Nikola Madzirov: Reading, Q & A, Book Signing Center for Great Plains Studies|
Acclaimed Macedonian Poet and Translator. Author of "Somewhere Nowhere, Locked in the City, Relocated Stone, and Remnants of Another Age". Cosponsored by Prairie Schooner and International Poets in Conversation.
|7:30 pm||University Theatre: The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 TEMPLE BUILDING|
University Theatre presents "The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940" by John Bishop. A wildly comic romp poking fun at the more ridiculous aspects of show biz by untangling the mystery of the Stage Door Slasher.
Performances are April 12-14 and 18-21 at 7:30 p.m. in Howell Theatre.
$50 regular; $40 faculty/staff and senior citizen
Each pass allows the pass-holder FOUR (4) admissions to any University Theatre production. Passes are non-transferable and non-refundable.
Passes must be presented at the Ticket Office to redeem for tickets to specific performances. RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED for performances.
Ticket Information: Lied Center Ticket Office: $16, $14 faculty/staff, senior citizen, $10 students with ID
Lied Center Ticket Office
301 N. 12th
Open 11:00 AM - 5:30 PM, Monday - Friday
and one hour prior to performance in the Temple Theatres Lobby
In addition, you can purchase tickets online here:
|7:30 pm-9:30 pm||Evenings of Dance Johnny Carson Theater|
The Dance Department will present the 2012 Evenings of Dance concert over a 4-day period. The concert features student dancers performing works by student dancers, faculty, and professionals. Performance will be Thursday-Saturday, April 19-21 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, April 22 at 3:00 pm. All performances will be in the Lied Center's Johnny Carson Theatre. Tickets: General admission $20, student/senior $10, available at the door one hour before the performance.
|7:30 pm||Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 by John Bishop TEMPLE BUILDING|
Ticket information: $16/general, $14/UNL faculty, staff & seniors, $10/students with valid NU ID. Lied Center Ticket Office-402-472-4747. Sponsored by Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film University Theatre.
|7:30 pm||Evening of Dance Johnny Carson Theater|
An annual concert of modern dance works by faculty and guests of the UNL dance program. Directed by Susan Levine. Tickets: $20/general admission, $10/students and seniors. Available at the door, 1 hour before performance. Check music.unl.edu for more information. Sponsored by School of Music/College of Fine & Performing Arts
|7:30 pm||54th Annual UNL Rodeo Lancaster Event Center|
Tickets: $8/Adults Presale,$12/Adults at door,$5/children 6-12, Free/children 5 and under. Watch for tickets around Lincoln or at the Lancaster Event Center. Sponsored by UNL Rodeo Association.