Bike UNL event is April 5

BIKE UNL event April 5, 2012Bike UNL will host its second annual event highlighting the university’s ongoing efforts to become a bicycle friendly-designated campus. The free event is 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 5 on the Nebraska Union plaza and features local vendors, demonstrations, games, prizes and entertainment. Continue reading…

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Spoken Word Night: Featuring Rudy Francisco, April 4

Free Slam Poetry Event!!!Come and enjoy a night of spoken word poetry sponsored by the Phi Alpha Chapter of Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity Incorporated and The Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln featuring a performance by nationally famous slam poet Rudy Francisco for free!


One Day Without Shoes

One Day Without ShoesApril 10th, 2012 will be the 2nd Annual One
Day Without Shoes event held by Cornhusker
Bank. Cornhusker Bank was inspired
to start promoting this national
event by Tom’s Shoes, who donate a pair of
shoes to a child in need in a third-world
country, for every pair of Tom’s Shoes
which are sold. Continue reading…

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Graduate Student Awards with Keynote Speaker Dr. Elizabeth Boling

Dr. Elizabeth Boling of the University of Indiana-Bloomington will present a free
workshop on creating a web presence and professional portfolio for the job market. Awards reception for Graduate Student, Support Staff, and Faculty
Member of the Year will follow, and sandwiches will be available.


UNL World Games: Soccer Tournament

UNL World GamesThe Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Office and Campus Recreation are hosting a soccer tournament for the UNL World Games. Teams can sign up for Women 6v6, CoRec 6v6, Men 7v7.

Tournament is April 13-15 in Cook Pavilion. $25 per team. Entry deadline is April 6th. Open to UNL students only.

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The PhD Movie at the Ross!

On Monday, April 2, The PhD Movie!, the live-action film based on the popular comic 'Piled Higher and Deeper,' will kick off Graduate Student Appreciation Week. The movie will start at 7:00pm, and a short discussion will follow. See for all Graduate Student Appreciation events!


Moreau to discuss lipid disorders April 4

Regis MoreauThe Nebraska Gateway for Nutrigenomics seminar series continues with a noon, April 4 lecture by Regis Moreau, assistant professor in nutrition and health sciences. The lecture, which is in the East Union, is free and open to faculty, staff and students. Continue reading…


Zellmer's Honors Forum lecture is April 5

Sandi ZellmerSandi Zellmer, Alumni Professor of Natural Resources Law at the University of Nebraska College of Law, is featured in UNL's next Honors Forum lecture at 7 p.m., April 5 in the Nebraska Union. She will discuss "Water Law for the 21st Century." The presentation is free and open to the public. Continue reading…


Fleming to talk April 10 on GIS, maps

GIS Image of NebraskaAdonna Fleming will give a talk about GIS and maps at the Love Library Escape Room on April 10 at 10:30 a.m. Learn about GIS, how it can be used in a variety of projects, the types of maps that go into making a GIS project, and where to find data for Nebraska. Continue reading…

Originally published April 1, 2012 - Submit an Item