All events are in Central time unless specified.

Monday, November 29

Painted Quilts of the Hopi Mesas

Hosted by International Quilt Museum

Date: Time: 10:00 am–4:00 pm Location: International Quilt Museum
Painted Quilts from the Hopi Mesas is an exhibition of quilts and other objects made by the Hopi people of northeast Arizona. The exhibition opens October 22, 2021 and runs through April 30, 2022.
This event originated in Diversity at UNL.

Setting a Pathway for Institutional Change towards Inclusive Excellence, Diversity, and Teaching in STEM

Date: Time: 2:30 pm–3:30 pm Location: Zoom Meeting
All are invited to attend a virtual presentation on advancing institutional innovation for a more inclusive and diverse STEM faculty.
This event originated in Diversity at UNL.

CGS Fall Seminar Series – Martha Mamo

Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics on Sandhills Wet Meadows

Date: Time: 3:00 pm–4:00 pm Location: 150 Keim Hall or Zoom
Decomposition of organic materials in grasslands leads to nutrient availability and nutrient cycling, which define quality and functionality of rangeland ecosystems. The inputs to the system include urine, dung, litter, and trampled vegetation and …
This event originated in Center for Grassland Studies.

Writing Brilliant Essays: A Conversation with Jerald Walker

Date: Time: 4:00 pm–5:30 pm Location: Online
A graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, Jerald Walker has published in magazines such as Creative Nonfiction, The Missouri Review, The Harvard Review, Mother Jones, The Iowa Review, and The Oxford American, and he has been widely anthologized, …
This event originated in Department of English.

Ongoing Events

Advent

Date: Time: All Day Location: This is in observance and not an event on campus.
A Christian season of celebration leading up to the birth of Christ.
This event originated in Diversity at UNL.

Hanukkah

Date: Time: All Day Location: This is in observance and not an event on campus.
A Jewish holiday that is celebrated around the world for eight days and nights. Hanukkah celebrates the victory of the Maccabees or Israelites over the Greek-Syrian ruler, Antiochus about 2200 years ago.
This event originated in Diversity at UNL.