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Lecture

EAS Stout Lecture

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3:30 pm
Location: Bessey Hall Room: 117 Target Audiences:
Samson Hagos, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, will present, “Influences of surface-atmosphere interactions in the propagation of the Madden-Julien Oscillation and implications for landfalling atmospheric rivers.”
This event originated in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.
Lecture

NE Mesonet Listening #2

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8:30 am–12:00 pm
Location: Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center Room: Breakouts B 1-2
This event originated in NIC Conference Center.
Lecture

CAS Inquire

“Imagining Sustainable Futures: What Literature Can do for the Earth”

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5:30 pm–6:30 pm
Location: Nebraska Union Room: Swanson Auditorium
Virtual Location: Webinar ID: 962 5613 4112
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This talk considers fictional and poetic literary engagement by island writers from the Pacific and Indian Oceans. We first ask: what can imaginative fiction do in the face of extreme weather and climate catastrophe? What is the role of narrative …
This event originated in College of Arts and Sciences.
Lecture

Humanities on the Edge presents: Dr. Jesse Cohn

“Anarchism as a Theory of Life”

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5:30 pm–7:00 pm
Location: Sheldon Museum of Art Room: auditorium Target Audiences:
Dr. Cohn is Associate Professor of English, Purdue University Northwest. For more on his work: https://www.pnw.edu/people/jesse-cohn/.
This event originated in English.
Lecture

Pound Lecture: Diversity Statements and the First Amendment

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12:00 pm–1:00 pm
Location: McCollum Hall Room: 111 Target Audiences:
Keith Whittington, William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics in the Department of Politics at Princeton University, will deliver the 2024 Pound Lecture at the College of Law. Within his talk, he’ll discuss how diversity statements have become a …
This event originated in Law.
Lecture

CAS Inquire

“Geology in a Green Energy Future”

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5:30 pm–6:30 pm
Location: Nebraska Union Room: Swanson Auditorium
Virtual Location: Webinar ID: 988 5890 3521
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This talk will discuss the processes and importance of storing carbon dioxide in underground rock formations in order to help combat climate change. Whilst carbon dioxide storage alone is not the silver bullet for solving climate change, it is a …
This event originated in College of Arts and Sciences.
Lecture

Planting Law and Democracy in Sustainable Soil

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12:00 pm–1:00 pm
Location: McCollum Hall Room: Room 111 Target Audiences:
Bruce Ledewitz, Adrian Van Kaam Endowed Chair in Scholarly Excellence and Professor of Law at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University, will present Planting Law and Democracy in Sustainable Soil.
This event originated in Law.
Lecture

Hyde Lecture - Andy Hong

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4:00 pm
Location: Richards Hall Room: Room 15 Target Audiences:
Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, which goes beyond the simple absence of illness. By shaping the places where people live, work and play, planners and designers make profound and long-lasting contributions to the …
Lecture

Hyde Lecture - Jennifer Roe

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4:00 pm
Location: Nebraska Union Room: Swanson Auditorium Target Audiences:
PLANNING AND DESIGNING
Lecture

Nebraska Lecture Featuring Adam Houston

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3:30 pm–4:30 pm
Location: Nebraska Union Room: Swanson Auditorium
The Nebraska Lecture, scheduled for April 2, will feature Adam Houston, Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. The lecture will be provided during Student Research Days, in-person at the Nebraska Union, Swanson Auditorium, at 3:30 p.m., …
Lecture

Hyde Lecture - Kent Duffy

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4:00 pm
Location: Richards Hall Room: Room 15 Target Audiences:
PLANNING AND DESIGNING
Lecture

E.N. Thompson Forum: Back Home: Returning Human Rights to Housing

Leilani Farha

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7:00 pm–8:00 pm
Location: Lied Center for Performing Arts Target Audiences:
Leilani Farha is the former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Housing and Global Director of The Shift. Farha has helped develop global human rights standards on the right to housing, including through her topical reports on homelessness, the …
This event originated in EN Thompson Forum.
Lecture

Humanities on the Edge presents: Dr. Julio Ramos

“Diverging Underground: Martin Sostre and José R. Soltero in 1968”

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5:30 pm–7:00 pm
Location: Sheldon Museum of Art Room: auditorium Target Audiences:
Dr. Julio Ramos is Professor Emeritus of Spanish and Portuguese, University of California-Berkeley
This event originated in English.
Lecture

Rowlee Lecture – Bhargav Bhatt

TBA

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4:00 pm–4:50 pm
TBA
This event originated in Math.