Thanks to everyone who submitted pictures for the welcome back slideshow! Continue reading…
The October ACB Meeting was cancelled-no updates this month.
At the beginning of the Fall 2021 semester, I found out that the Math Override Request Form was broken and had been broken for a while. The form has now been fixed and the policy statements updated. Continue reading…More details at: https://math.unl.edu/resources/undergraduate/closed_class
Students with career goals are more likely to complete their degree. Advisors can help students develop those goals using a new site: Career Interest Communities Continue reading…More details at: https://careers.unl.edu/channels/career-interest-communities/
New Business and Law Major Launched
The College of Business and the College of Law partnered to provide additional career opportunities for University of Nebraska–Lincoln students by launching a business and law major this coming fall.
Students can declare the new major as early as August 1, 2022 but are encouraged to meet with a College of Business academic advisor to begin degree planning as soon as possible.
Students will complete the 24 credit hour Business and Law major, as well as the college’s other course requirements: Non-Business Courses, Business Core Foundation, Business Core Intermediate, PrEP, etc.
For those considering dual matriculation, the major also includes 31 hours of electives. As a reminder, the College of Business faculty removed the 150 credit hour requirement for dual matriculation. Students who begin degree planning early may still be able to graduate in 4 years.
See full press release here: https://business.unl.edu/news/colleges-of-business-law-launch-new-business-and-law-major/
Colonization, Decolonization and Globalization will examine the process of colonization and decolonization that define the making of a modern, integrated and globalized world (from 1500s to the present). Fully online, ACE 6 approved and open to ALL UNL students no matter their major. Continue reading…
Around the World with Coffee (AGRI 310): Connecting the Socio-Economic and Cultural Dimensions of Coffee (Spring 2022, face-to-face, 3 cr.)
This course is an expanded version of the original virtual travel course taught a year ago and, covered by the Omaha World Herald. The course fulfills the ACE-9 requirement; and, also qualifies for virtual study abroad credits. If a student wants to earn virtual credits a request needs to be made. Continue reading…
Physical therapy isn’t just for recovering from an accident or injury. Learn how on-campus physical therapy services can help UNL employees improve their quality of life. Continue reading…More details at: https://health.unl.edu/pt
Sharing examples of the career experiences your students have had is a powerful way to promote your department to prospective students and the campus. The Experiential Learning Dashboard records those experiences! Continue reading…More details at: https://careers.unl.edu/
Interested students can take a two-week course at the beginning of the regular spring semester to catch up or get ahead on their degree requirements, broaden their career skills or explore a new topic.
Course Dates: Jan. 3–Jan. 14 Continue reading…
In addition to support groups, CAPS offers a variety of Drop-In Workshops students can attend. Topics range from gratitude and communication to adulting (skill building) and pandemic resilience. Continue reading…More details at: https://caps.unl.edu/support-groups-therapy-groups-workshops#schedule
Free tutoring for military connected students offered Monday through Thursday Continue reading…More details at: https://vetsuccess.unl.edu/
Examination of Ancient Greek athletics, including the thousand-year history of the Olympic Games, the role of the gymnasium in ancient society, and the important influence ancient athletics continue to have on today's culture.
Mo/We/Fr 1:30PM - 2:20PM
Religious Diversity in America
RELG 134 (ACE 9)
Our team of award-winning faculty inspire, lead, and prepare practitioners and scholars for success and impact across a variety of higher education environments. Continue reading…More details at: https://cehs.unl.edu/edad/
Interested in a career in nonprofit, humanitarian or development sector? Then you must take ANTH/GLST/HRHA 474: Development in Theory and Practice. This course critically examines gaps in economic and social progress and the ways in which we can help address them. Continue reading…
The 6th Annual Gender Equity Conference, presented by the Women’s Center and LGBTQA+ Center, will be held on Thursday, November 11, 2021. To submit a proposal or register to attend, visit go.unl.edu/GEC21. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/GEC21
All colleges, departments and campus organizations are invited to host an event in celebration of International Education Week from Nov. 1 to 24 in partnership with the Office of Global Strategies. Continue reading…More details at: https://globalnebraska.unl.edu/international-education-week
Religion and Popular Culture