Friday, November 22
Date: Time: All Day Location: Henzlik Hall
Add a pin to the College of Education and Human Sciences’ map to indicate your most recent or favorite travel destination. The map will be on display in the Henzlik Hub, where you and your fellow students will demonstrate the wide reach of our …
This event originated in CEHS.
Date: Time: 8:30 am–4:00 pm Location: Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery
Maggy Rozycki Hiltner is a full-time studio artist and activist living in Red Lodge, Montana. She comes from a family of makers: her mother and grandmothers needlepointed pillows, made quilts and stitched or knitted their clothes and toys; her father …
This event originated in TMFD.
Date: Time: 9:00 am–3:00 pm Location: College of Business - Howard L. Hawks Hall
Two most common shortfalls of entrepreneurship are lack of a strong foundation before the launch and paralysis on the entrepreneurs’ part about which steps to take and in what order. In the 3-Day Business Startup, hosted by the Nebraska Center for …
This event originated in College of Business.
Date: Time: 10:00 am Location: The Mill at Innovation Campus
The SBSRC-hosted writing group meets EVERY Friday at 10 a.m. at the NIC Mill. Join Lisa PytlikZillig and other social and behavioral scientists in this mentoring opportunity. All are welcome!
This event originated in Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium.
Date: Time: 10:00 am–11:30 am Location: University Health Center
This group provides a space to process various mental health concerns in a safe, open, and supportive setting with peers. Through engaging in this group students are able to learn and grow as they work to understand themselves and others better.
Date: Time: 10:30 am–11:20 am Location: College of Business - Howard L. Hawks Hall
Tune in to a conversation with Joe Toscano titled “Automating Humanity,” as he discusses how technology can be used to better our experiences when we increase tech literacy opportunities for ourselves and others.
This event originated in College of Business.
Date: Time: 10:30 am–12:00 pm Location: University Health Center
This group provides support to graduate students navigating their research/dissertation/thesis requirements and the stress that can come from these requirements as well as providing support for those struggling with completion.
Date: Time: 11:30 am–1:00 pm Location: Nebraska Union
The University of Nebraska Online, in partnership with the UNL Center for Transformative Teaching, co-host the first Campus Conversations presentation for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Date: Time: 11:30 am Location: Lancaster Extension Education Center
Luncheon and presentation on “What’s New in Medical Devices.”
This event originated in Emeriti and Retirees Association.
Date: Time: 12:10 pm–1:30 pm Location: Henzlik Hall
“Using Innovative Technology to Examine Prospective Mathematics Teachers Learning to Plan and Enact Lessons” will be presented by Lorraine M. Males, associate professor of mathematics education; Kelsey Quigley, graduate research assistant; and …
This event originated in TLTE.
Date: Time: 12:30 pm–1:50 pm Location: Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts
Lew Hunter is a Nebraska screenwriter, author and educator. Lew is a Wesleyan alum and currently lives in Superior, NE. He is the former chairman emeritus and professor of screenwriting for the UCLA Department of Film and Television. He helped …
This event originated in IGNITE Colloquium.
Date: Time: 1:00 pm–2:00 pm Location: Entomology Hall
Dr. Rensen Zeng will speak on “Plant defense priming and insect adaptation.” Zeng is dean of the College of Agriculture at the Fujian Agricultural & Forestry University, China.
This event originated in Entomology Calendar.
Date: Time: 3:30 pm Location: Keim Hall
Rajib Saha, assistant professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, UNL, will present “Metabolic Modeling and ‘Omics’ Data Integration in the Context of Plant Systems Biology.” Plant Systems Biology is relatively a new concept in which a …
Date: Time: 3:30 pm–4:30 pm Location: Hamilton Hall
Professor Gregory C. Fu, California Institute of Technology, will present the Hamilton Award Lecture entitled “Photoinduced, Copper-Catalyzed Reactions.”
This event originated in Chemistry Colloquium.
Date: Time: 3:30 pm–5:00 pm Location: Hewit Place
“Casting against Climate Change: The Facsimile of ‘Fly Fishing’ in LOVE IN THE ANTHROPOCENE.”
This event originated in Department of English.
Date: Time: 3:30 pm–5:00 pm Location: University Health Center
This group is an ongoing process group, which gives student members the opportunity to practice valuable social skills in a nonjudgmental environment of their peers. It also gives participants the chance to decrease feelings of anxiety, awkwardness …
Date: Time: 4:00 pm Location: Nebraska Union
Graeme Brooker’s “Radical Heritages” lecture examines how building reuse and the design of the interior can address issues around spatial futures, climate change and the formation of inside spaces. He will use his work and the work of his …
This event originated in Architecture.
Date: Time: 4:00 pm–4:50 pm Location: Avery Hall
In the summer of 2019, we co-taught Intermediate Algebra at the Lincoln Correctional Center, a medium/maximum security men’s prison. We will share how this teaching opportunity came to be, how we prepared to teach the course, some of the highlights …
This event originated in Math Colloquia.
Date: Time: 7:30 pm Location: Nebraska Union
Featuring performances by Bathtub Dogs, Boot & Cats, Pitch Please, Red Keys, Rocktavo, and Take Note.
This event originated in Student Leadership, Involvement, & Community Engagement.
Date: – Time: All Day Location: Love Library South
“The Heart of Campus” is a new exhibit to celebrate N150. A special tribute to University Hall and other artifacts curated by the University Archives & Special Collections staff are featured. A selection of archival photographs run on the virtual …
This event originated in Libraries.
Date: – Time: 8:00 am–5:00 pm Location: University Health Center
Gratitude Graffiti Week, inspired by the Gratitude Project, is a daily practice of purposeful appreciation of one’s life through interactive art. During Gratitude Graffiti Week, we will engage our students to contemplate a source of gratitude in …
This event originated in Big Red Resilience & Well-being.