Great stories come easily to UNL alumnus Tyler Riewer, the Brand Content Lead for charity:water. Hear how he connects experiences outside the classroom to building a career and following his passions for philanthropy, travel and storytelling. Free dessert reception to follow. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/bigredtalks
Center for Civic Engagement
Want to work toward your Certificate for Civic Engagement? Stop by an orientation for Civic Value 1 on Monday, March 6 at 2PM in the Regency Room, and Tuesday, March 7 at 1PM in the Ubuntu Room. Direct any questions to Dr. Kris Baack at email@example.com.More details at: http://engage.unl.edu/certificate-civic-engagement
It's not too late to apply to our Service-Study ASB over Spring Break! Travel with us to either Colorado to study refugee resettlement, or to Heart Mountain, Wyoming to study Japanese-American Internment. Both experiences cost only $225 per student, and include 24 hours of community service.
Scholarships & Financial Aid will be hosting #FAFSAWednesdays to provide students with the opportunity to get assistance with completing their FAFSA if needed. Students can get assistance anytime if Wednesdays do not work with their schedule. Be sure to file your FAFSA by April 1!
Start the conversation on social justice issues and voice your concerns, or speak on how far we’ve come. Students, faculty and staff will tell us how they feel. Continue reading…More details at: http://stuafs.unl.edu/empower
As part of their Flatlands Climbing Festival, the OAC at UNL is bringing author and creator of semi-rad.com, Brendan Leonard, to speak to UNL students on Friday, March 3 at 7:30PM in the Nebraska Union. Leonard's message includes achieving sobriety through a healthy, adventurous lifestyle. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/brendan
Join us for third spring Global Cafe: Totalitarian Societies and its Dissidents on March 9. Presented by Dr. Hana Waisserova, the talk will focus on helping us understand totalitarianism through an examination of what shapes totalitarian societies, it's culture, politics, values and identities. Continue reading…