UNL Parent Newsletter

International Education Week expands to month-long celebration for November

More than 100 international students carried their country’s flag at this year’s Homecoming Parade. International Education Week celebrates the multicultural diversity of the university and the opportunities available for global experiential learning.Every November, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln joins institutions around the world to celebrate International Education Week. This year, Nebraska’s event has expanded to a month-long celebration from Nov. 1-24 to celebrate the breadth of global opportunities available to students.

More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/international-education-week-expands-to-month-long-celebration-for-november/

"Fall back" one hour on Sunday, Nov. 7

[photo by Sanah Suvarna on Unsplash]In Nebraska, the annual Daylight Saving Time period ends at 2 a.m. local time Nov. 7, 2021. Remember to adjust your clocks, watches, and devices to move back 1 hour.


Inclusive Campus Support Network seeks to help when bias incidents are reported

UNL Report offers a robust reporting system, allowing for follow-up support from ICSN.A new, more wholistic response mechanism to campus bias and climate reports was rolled out at the beginning of the fall semester. The Inclusive Campus Support Network is led by an advisory board of campus leaders and specialists who will directly respond to campus climate and bias reports.

More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/inclusive-campus-support-network-seeks-to-help-when-bias-incidents-are/
Originally published November 1, 2021 - Submit an Item