– All Day Sheldon Museum Of Art
An object is usually judged by its outward appearance and function, but its cultural value or significance is increased once the story associated with it is told. Things Speak emphasizes the power of objects and their stories. Institutions throughout …
8:30 am Robert Hillstad Textiles Gallery
Inspired by door patterns from China and America, Weifang Gong examines the symbolism of doors in human life. Integrating traditional printmaking methods with textile dye and discharge processes on cotton and silk organza, she has created a series of …
10:00 am–11:00 am College Of Business Administration
The CIMBA (Italy) program is a fall, spring or summer semester program open to all UNL undergraduate majors. Students can select from a variety of courses in business, journalism and communications. The program includes business visits, cultural …
11:00 am–3:00 pm C. Y. Thompson Library
C.Y. Thompson Library on East Campus invites you to an open house. Activities, held both inside and outside of the building, will include refreshments, information about Libraries’ services, information resources, study spaces and prize drawings …
2:30 pm–4:30 pm Architecture Hall
Learn to navigate the InDesign environment. Place and manage text and articles. Learn more about formatting your text and learn to appreciate the value of styles.
3:00 pm–4:00 pm Nebraska Union
The Chancellor’s University Safety Committee (CUSC) meets every two months to review injury incidents and potential safety and health concerns as well as progress toward the CUSC annual goal. The CUSC offers an Open Forum on Campus Safety twice a …
4:00 pm–5:00 pm Beadle Center
Presented by Donald Weeks, Maxcy Professor of Agriculture and Natural Resources/Biochemistry, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
4:00 pm–5:00 pm Nebraska East Union
“Insecticide Resistance Management (IRM): Negative Cross-Resistance in Focus” presented by Matheus Ribeiro, Entomology Graduate Student
4:00 pm Nebraska Union
Find tips & resources to enhance your UNL experience. For first-year and entering transfer students. You only need to attend one session. Visit nse.unl.edu for details.