All events are in Central time unless specified.

Thursday, March 25

CEHS Student Advisory Board: CEHS Week

Date: Time: All Day Location: Online and On Campus
The College of Education and Human Sciences Student Advisory Board has designated March 22–26 as CEHS Week. Daily events will celebrate the passionate community of CEHS students, faculty and staff.
This event originated in CEHS.

Top O’ The Mornin’ Cycle & Brunch

Hosted by Campus Recreation

Date: Time: 6:00 am–7:15 am Location: Recreation & Wellness Center
Join us for a fun St. Patrick’s Day-themed cycle class taught by Miriam followed by a delicious brunch provided by Wellness and Nutrition!
This event originated in Fitness.

CASNR Global Office Hours

Date: Time: 10:00 am Location: Agricultural Hall
For students: chat with Jon Kerrigan and Brianne Wolf, globally-focused staff members, about anything global! Curious about education abroad, prepping for an international or globally-focused career (whether in the U.S. or abroad), or getting …
This event originated in Global IANR.

Accepting Our Reality

Drop-In Group Session

Date: Time: 11:00 am–12:00 pm Location: Zoom
In this drop-in session for students, participants will learn how to reduce suffering about situations outside of their control or when it’s difficult to change your emotions about these situations by using a skill called Radical Acceptance.
This event originated in Counseling and Psychological Services.

Mentoring Strategies

Date: Time: 12:00 pm–1:00 pm Location: Zoom
This workshop will help graduate students and postdocs who mentor students learn about the best practices and develop new strategies for improving how they support their mentees. Participants may also reflect on their own experiences as mentees.
This event originated in Graduate Studies Dates.

Franci’s War: Daughter on her mother’s manuscript, Holocaust survival, and immigration

Date: Time: 12:30 pm–2:00 pm Location: Zoom
Author and journalist, Helen Epstein, will talk about Franci’s War (www.franciswar.com), a memoir by her mother Franci Rabinek Epstein, and her own role in publishing it in 2020. Helen Epstein is the author of the trilogy Children of the Holocaust …
This event originated in Modern Languages and Literatures.

Uncommon DH Critic Workshop: Quantitative Literary Studies in Action: Abolitionist Networks

Date: Time: 1:30 pm–2:30 pm Location: Zoom
This workshop, “Quantitative Literary Studies in Action: Abolitionist Networks,” will be led by our 2020-2021 Uncommon DH Critic, Anne Klein, associate professor, Emory University. The workshop will present a behind the scenes look at the …
This event originated in Department of English.

Broader Impacts Training

Date: Time: 2:00 pm Location: Virtual Session
The Office of Research and Economic Development is offering a two-part virtual workshop to aid faculty in designing effective broader impacts plans. Delivered by Jocelyn Bosley, research impact coordinator in ORED, objectives of the event are to help …

Huskers Abroad 101

Date: Time: 2:00 pm Location: Virtual Session
Attend a Huskers Abroad 101 session to take the first step toward going abroad. This session will cover researching program options, selecting a program, funding and the timeline for the process.
This event originated in Education Abroad .

Let’s Talk

Date: Time: 2:00 pm–3:00 pm Location: Zoom
Are you a student who is curious about counseling and if it’s the right next step for you? Maybe you are concerned about someone else? Do you just want an additional perspective about something you’ve been thinking about?
This event originated in Let’s Talk.

Drive-Thru Food Distribution

Date: Time: 3:00 pm–4:00 pm Location: Nebraska Innovation Campus
The Food Bank of Lincoln’s distribution center will be set up in the parking lot north of Transformation Drive.
This event originated in NIC Events Calendar.

CANCELED - Coffee Talks: Conversations between International & Domestic Students

hosted by Student Involvement

Date: Time: 3:30 pm–4:30 pm Location: Nebraska Union
NOTE: Coffee Talks are suspended for the remainder of the Spring 2021 semester, yet the twice-weekly events will resume in late August for the Fall 2021 term. Questions? Email Veronica Riepe vriepe2@unl.edu

Applying to Law Schools 101

Live via Zoom

Date: Time: 4:00 pm–5:00 pm Location: Zoom
Learn about the application process for law school and how to prepare to submit your best application. We will cover topics like the timeline for applying, researching law schools, the components of the application (LSAT, personal statement, etc.), …

Colophon: Conversations about Publishing presents Alice Tasman

Date: Time: 5:00 pm Location: Online
In this new Department of English series on professionalization and publishing insiders (editors, agents, writers, teachers), join Creative Writing Director Timothy Schaffert in a discussion of the industry. In conversation about everything from the …
This event originated in Department of English.

Ice Cream Bike Ride

Date: Time: 5:00 pm–7:00 pm Location: Outdoor Adventures Center
Get out and enjoy Lincoln by bicycle and enjoy some ice cream! This is a fun, casual group ride to get to know your fellow students and learn more about the Outdoor Adventures program over a cup or cone! You don’t need a bike or any prior …
This event originated in Outdoor Adventures.

Slow-Pitch Softball

Registration deadline

Date: Time: 5:00 pm Location: Campus Rec Center
Gather some friends and enjoy a slow-pitch softball league to end the spring semester.
This event originated in Intramural Sports.

Late Night Dish It Up: Rise of Hate Crime Against Asians

Date: Time: 7:00 pm–8:00 pm Location: Zoom
Join us for a conversation about Anti-Asian Violence with Asian student leaders and faculty. Dish It Up is a safe space for students, staff, and faculty to share their personal views, engage in civil discussion, and learn from others. the speakers …
This event originated in CoB Inclusive Excellence.

Brain on Fire: Acclaimed journalist Susannah Cahalan discusses Health & Human Resilience

Presented by UPC Nebraska

Date: Time: 7:30 pm–8:30 pm Location: Zoom
UPC Nebraska is pleased to offer a UNL-student exclusive Zoom session with journalist and New York Times Bestselling Author Susannah Cahalan.

Mark Clinton Performance

THE POWER OF THE TRITONE

Date: Time: 7:30 pm Location: Virtual
Dr. Mark Clinton, Hixson-Lied Professor of Piano in the Glenn Korff School of Music, will present a piano recital titled “The Power of the Tritone” on Thursday, March 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln …
This event originated in Music.

Ongoing Events

Spring Food Drive for Husker Pantry

Help collect 2,021 items for Husker students

Date: Time: All Day Location: Online and On-Campus
More than 30% of Husker students will face food insecurity and hunger at some point in the coming year. During the pandemic, the need is the highest it’s ever been.
This event originated in Big Red Resilience & Well-being.