This year we are celebrating 150 years of statehood during Homecoming Week, which takes place September 17th- 23rd. If your organization is interested in participating, the form is due on Tuesday, September 12th in 136 Nebraska Union. Go Big Red! Continue reading…More details at: http://asun.unl.edu/homecoming-new
Husker Dialogues, an event for incoming first-year students, will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 6. at 7 p.m. in the Bob Devaney Sports Center. Participants will get to interact with faculty, staff and upperclassmen as they discuss how to engage in civil and respectful dialogue.More details at: http://go.unl.edu/husker-dialogues
Join us for our annual Open House and Welcome Reception in our home at Seaton Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 6th 3:00-5:00PM. All majors, minors, interested students, staff and faculty are welcome. Pastries and cake from Goldenrod Pastries and Coffee House refreshments served. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/ipm3
September is Hunger Action Month. Join the Center for Civic Engagement and the Food Bank of Lincoln for Lincoln CAN, a month-long food + funds drive to combat food insecurity in our community. Mobilize your inner circle and register a team at the link below!More details at: http://www.lincolnfoodbank.org/can.php
On the first Wednesday of each month at approximately 10:15 a.m., the city of Lincoln tests all tornado-warning systems. Tests take no longer than five minutes. Continue reading…
Getting Started with the University Libraries -
Come for a quick introduction to the University Libraries and learn about essentials to get the most out of our services.
Lend a Hand is an opportunity for first-year students to participate in an afternoon of hands-on service throughout the Lincoln community. Register as an individual or gather a group of friends, club members, or neighbors in your residence hall and serve together.More details at: http://engage.unl.edu/lend-hand
Campus Recreation offers several leisure recreation courses this spring, including Beginning Golf Lessons and Tennis Lessons. Tennis Lessons begin Sept. 11 and Golf Lessons begin Sept. 12. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/leisure
UHC's Protection Connection is now accepting orders for the fall semester with a new and improved order and delivery/pickup process. Continue reading…More details at: http://health.unl.edu/protection
TEAMS OF VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED to walk throughout Lincoln neighborhoods on Sunday, October 8th. Grab your family, friends, coworkers, members of an organization you're a part of and create a team! The help of the whole community is needed. Continue reading…More details at: http://www.friendshiphome.org/events/safe-quarters/
HCC will be hosting the XSEDE HPC Workshop: Big Data Sept. 12-13 in the City Campus Union. Topics will include an overview of the use of Hadoop, Spark and TensorFlow for the analysis of large data sets. Continue reading…
Are you interested in promoting positivity and good character on UNL's campus? The Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs' Character Council is looking for new members! This is a council of students that are passionate about recognizing integrity. Applications are due September 25th by 1:00pm!More details at: http://engage.unl.edu/show-your-red
The Wellness Kitchen is the perfect environment to learn to cook or expand your skills. Topics for upcoming fall cooking classes include the farm-to-fork method, cooking Japanese cuisine and making meals on a budget. Classes are open to the public and can accommodate all special dietary needs. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/kitchen
Walk away from parties that can lead to trouble. Violating the law can result in rescinded graduate school and job offers, fines, court costs, red flags on a background check and more. Review the 9 laws you should know.
The University Health Center's free HIV test site for students is now open for the fall semester. Tests are confidential, rapid and anonymous. Continue reading…More details at: http://health.unl.edu/HIVtesting