Go to the UHC lab and have a Wellness Profiles drawn. The profiles includes total cholesterol (both LDL and HDL), triglycerides, hemoglobin, and glucose. Wellness Wednesday (first Wednesday of the month at UHC lab and second Wednesday at East Campus Union Room 316) is a good opportunity to know your numbers. It is recommended you fast 8-10 hours prior to the test in order to have a more accurate reading.
Wellness Profiles are available to UNL students for $20 and faculty and staff at $25.
TEAMS, a program of the Junior Engineering Technical Society, is a daylong competition of engineering challenges illustrating how science and math principles, creativity and innovation, are applied to the real world of engineering.
Ninety locations across the country host more than 14,000 students for the competition.
Competition details include:
* Teams generally consist of 4-8 students in grades 9-12
* Schools may enter more than one team (both junior varsity and varsity-level)
* Teams are coached by an adult (e.g. teacher, counselor, parent, or professional engineer)
Additional Public Info:
http://engineering.unl.edu/Events/TeamsCompetition/ for details & list of past local winners.
The Nebraska Water Center, a part of the Daugherty Water for Food Institute, is hosting Steven J. Taff from the University of Minnesota to speak on the topic "Do We Really Have Too Much Water Pollution? The Nexus Between Economic Science and Physical Science."
Free! Learners of all levels welcome! This is a good place to practice your conversational Chinese and make friends. Topics for spring semester: Chinese movie, travel, food, and other interesting topics. Sponsored by UNL Confucius Institute, organized by the Chinese instructors at the Institute who are native Chinese speakers. For more information, please contact: Julia at firstname.lastname@example.org or Robert at email@example.com