Friday, March 10

The Press and the Presidency in the Post-truth Era

8:30 am–6:00 pm Andersen Hall
The College of Journalism and Mass Communications, with co-sponsorship by the College of Arts and Sciences, will host “The Press and the Presidency in the Post-truth Era.” The daylong event will be the first in a series on “The Media and Politics.”

Women’s Writes

10:00 am–5:00 pm Love Library North & Link
Wikimedia’s gender trouble is well-documented. While the reasons for the gender gap are up for debate, the practical effects of this disparity are not: Wikipedia entries reflect the particular experiences, values, and worldviews of its current …

Putting Ideas Into Action Hosted by Lory Dance

12:00 pm–2:00 pm Kauffman Academic Residential Center
As a summary from the week, Lory Dance will lead the conversation on developing a plan of action and taking the next steps.

Agricultural Economics Seminar

3:00 pm–4:30 pm Filley Hall
Presented by Bettina Klaus, University of Laussane.

Earth & Atmospheric Sciences Stout Lecture

3:30 pm Bessey Hall
Kate Lyons, UNL School of Biological Sciences, will present “The increasing impact of human activities of and environmental change on terrestial community structure.”

Richard Roberts, Chem Colloquium

3:30 pm–4:30 pm Hamilton Hall
Sommer Award Lecture will be presented by Professor Richard W. Roberts, University of Southern California, “20 Years of mRNA display for Peptide and Protein Design.”

Entomology Seminar on Research on Colony Collapse Disorder

4:00 pm–5:00 pm Entomology Hall
Dr. Hartmut Döebel, visiting scientist from George Washington University, will present the seminar, “The Status of Pollinators and the Role of Neonicotiniods: What Have We Learned from Research on Colony Collapse Disorder.”

Mathematics Colloquium

4:00 pm–4:50 pm Avery Hall
Alexander Zupan (UNL) will present “Knotty Unknots.” Hosted by Yvonne Lai.

Ongoing Events

Future of the Humanities

9:00 am–12:00 pm Sheldon Museum of Art
This symposium aims to foster a meaningful debate about the nature, scope, and future direction of the humanities. We want to create opportunities to build effective and enduring partnerships that will enrich humanities research and foster further …