Students are invited to adocumentary screening of Sober Indian | Dangerous Indian on Thurs., Oct. 8 at 7pm in the Union Auditorium. Following the screening will be a Q&A Session with Native American activist Frank Lemere. The film explores the lives of 4 men battling alcoholism near Whiteclay, NE. Continue reading…More details at: http://www.soberindian.comsob
Center for Civic Engagement
The Center for Civic Engagement's Winter ASB, "Fields of Prosperity," will take UNL students, faculty, and staff to Fresno, CA to study immigration, citizenship, and migrant workers through service in the area. See the link below for informational meeting dates. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/ahhp
Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach is seeking volunteers for the weekend of the Nebraska/Wisconsin Husker game, Oct. 9-11 to help collect donations at several community sites. Students can receive up to 3 community service hours. Register to serve at the link below!More details at: http://www.mtkserves.org/events/huskers_helping_homeless/hhh_online.html
The Lincoln Fire & Rescue Team is looking for volunteers to hand out fliers at the Nebraska/Wisconsin game on Oct. 10 to promote their new app, PulsePoint. The app will inform citizen bystanders of cardiac arrest in public areas so bystander CPR can be performed until medical professionals arrive.More details at: http://www.pulsepoint.org/
Have an idea to positively impact campus? Apply at the link below to Give Back. Big!, a service campaign that awards two $1000 awards to student projects that will benefit the Lincoln community. Applications are due October 16 at the Center for Civic Engagement!
Nominate your fellow students for Franco's List to recognize their integrity and positive contributions to UNL! Nominations are due by Oct. 23 and winners are selected by Dr. Franco's Character Council. See the link below for the nomination form.More details at: http://go.unl.edu/h9e7