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Upcoming Events

Charting Our Path: Celebrating 50 Years of Black Studies Traveling Exhibit

The exhibit celebrates the 50 years of Black Studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, sharing both the triumphs and turbulent history of one of the oldest Black Studies departments in the nation.

Date: Time: All Day Location: Love Library North & Link
This 4-panel traveling exhibit shares historical snapshots of one of the oldest Black Studies departments in the nation, highlighting debates over curriculum, attempts to downgrade the department to a program, and the mutual engagement between campus …
This event originated in Libraries.

Coffee Talks: Conversations between International & Domestic Students

hosted by Student Leadership, Involvement, & Community Engagement

Date: Time: 3:30 pm–4:30 pm Location: Nebraska Union
A weekly gathering for casual and social conversation between international and domestic students. Grab a beverage and join the chat to explore cultures, meet friends and learn about campus.

CBC/RBC seminar - Dr. Don Ronning, UNMC College of Pharmacy

Inhibiting the synthesis and utilization of Mycobacterial Redox-active thiols

Date: Time: 4:00 pm–5:00 pm Location: Beadle Center
Redox homeostasis and stress responses due to environmental changes is a broad and rapidly expanding field. For pathogenic bacteria, such defenses play pivotal roles in protecting the pathogen through metabolic modification of the bacterium, …
This event originated in Biochemistry.

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“Partisan Polarization and the Need for Civic Respect”

Date: Time: 5:30 pm–6:30 pm Location: Nebraska Union&Webinar
Elizabeth Theiss-Morse’s talk will address respect as a cardinal virtue of democratic citizenship. While most Americans say they believe in civic respect, they do not practice this respect. Giving people civic respect means engaging with the other …

Reading: Stacey Waite

Hosted by the Nebraska Poetry Society

Date: Time: 6:30 pm–8:00 pm Location: Online
Stacey Waite is Associate Professor of English and Graduate Chair at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln and is the author of: “Choke” (winner of the Frank O’Hara Prize for Poetry), “Love Poem to Androgyny, the lake has no saint” (Winner of the …
This event originated in Department of English.

African Poetry Book Fund + Prairie Schooner Book Fair

Date: Time: 10:00 am–3:00 pm Location: Andrews Hall
Join the African Poetry Book Fund and Prairie Schooner for a fall book fair on Wednesday, October 5 on UNL’s City Campus, featuring a book signing event by APBF chapbook authors Tryphena Yeboah and Rasaq Malik.
This event originated in Department of English.

Grace Bauer, reading from “Unholy Heart: New and Selected Poems”

Date: Time: 5:00 pm Location: Andrews Hall
Poet Grace Bauer taught poetry in the UNL Creative Writing Program for 26 years, and she was one of the most influential mentors in the English Department. We will celebrate Grace on Oct 5, and she will read from her most recent book: “Unholy Heart …
This event originated in Department of English.

“We Are All Related” (Mitakuye’ Oyasin) Conference

Date: Time: All Day Location: Nebraska East Union
Discussion and presentations from Indigenous speakers and faculty from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln covering a variety of topics including:
This event originated in Diversity at UNL.

School of Natural Resources Seminar Series


Date: Time: 3:30 pm–4:30 pm Location: Hardin Hall
Presentation by Deke Arndt, Cheif of Climate Science & Services Division | National Centers for Environmental Information
This event originated in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.

Poetry Reading: Dipika Mukherjee

Dipika Mukherjee reads from her new poetry collection DIALECT OF DISTANT HARBORS

Date: Time: 5:30 pm Location: Andrews Hall
With wonder, empathy, and even rage, DIALECT OF DISTANT HARBORS summons a shared humanity to examine issues of illness and family. As the world recovers from a global pandemic and the failure of modern government, these poems are incantations to our …
This event originated in Department of English.