8:30 am–5:00 pmLocation: Nebraska Union Room: Swanson Auditorium Target Audiences:
Several recent papers calling for intersectionality in psychological science have highlighted the need to move away from deficit-based models and embrace more nuanced and methodologically rigorous approaches to measuring resiliency and wellbeing …
This event originated in Psychology.
11:00 am–12:30 pmLocation: Virtual Target Audiences:
Learn about a variety of exciting careers from women in both the Pharmaceutical and Medical Technology industry, as well as discussion on potential career pats, critical skillsets and capabilities, and more!
3:00 pm–4:00 pmLocation: Virtual Target Audiences:
Please join the EY Campus Recruiting team to learn about several programs that EY offers for students. The team will also discuss the many ways that you can get involved with EY from the start of your college career. We hope to see you there!
4:30 pm–5:30 pmLocation: Nebraska Union Room: Centennial Room Target Audiences:
Opportunity for social science students (psychology, sociology, communication, anthropology, women and gender studies, etc.) to engage with Nebraska employers in those fields to learn what full-time opportunities are available with a bachelors degree …
5:00 pm–6:00 pmLocation: Virtual Target Audiences:
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Analysis Career Field (ACF) is now hiring! You’re invited to join us for this virtual info session to hear from Career Development Officers, including our lead STEM Career Development Officer, to learn more …
5:30 pmLocation: Avery Hall Room: 351 Target Audiences:
Math Club is hosting Doug Pellatz, Senior Academic Advisor, who will share information about the new data science undergraduate major launching in fall 2023. All students are invited, and pizza will be served.
This event originated in Math.
5:30 pm–7:00 pmLocation: Sheldon Museum of Art Room: Ethel S. Abbott Auditorium
Christopher Newfield is Director of Research at the Independent Social Research Foundation in London. He was formerly Distinguished Professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
This event originated in English.