Don't let these last few weeks of the semester overwhelm you. Now is the time to finish strong! Get all of your assignments in and start preparing for final projects, papers, and exams now.
Sydney Webb is the Academic Advisor for the School of Global Integrative Studies and the Modern Languages department. You can make an appointment with her through MyPLAN or see her drop-in hours at the link below.
**Drop-ins are via Zoom only** Continue reading…
Join AnthroGroup for our meeting tonight (4/18) from 6:00-700pm!
Considering a career in International Affairs? Check out these awesome resources! Continue reading…
Join us for our Spring 2022 SGIS Colloquium event with Dr. Deondre Smiles: Geographic Indigenous Futures! Dr. Smiles will explore the ways in which Geography as a discipline can make a break with our colonial past as we look to the future [...]
Wednesday, April 27th
Burnett 115 Continue reading…
Join us to celebrate our graduates and the end of another semester! And don't worry... there will be snacks and refreshments!
Friday, April 29th form 2:00-4:00pm
Bailey Library (2nd floor of Andrews Hall)
History Nebraska-Object Collections, Digital Project (sum)
UN State Museum-Collection Management (fal/spr)
Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail-Park Guide (sum)
Lincoln Literacy-Development Coordinator
Clean Water Action-Sustainability Advocate (sum)
Stimson Center-Defense Strategy & Planning (sum) Continue reading…
Come for fellowship, pizza, and to learn about Ukraine and refugees in Lincoln! Proceeds to benefit the Rotary Disaster Response Fund.
Wednesday, April 27th
Yia Yia's Pizza, 1423 O Street
Dr. Cahan has taught European philosophy as UNL for 3 decades, and helped found the Harris Center for Judaic Studies in 1992. Join us for her talk about Szatmár Story, a fascinating account of two families' experiences before, during, and after the Holocaust.
May 5th, 2-3:30pm, City Campus Union
Gain real-world experience, grow your professional network, and earn academic credit—all without leaving home! Participate in a virtual internship in a variety of disciplines for this summer with an organization located in Australia, Spain, Peru or Vietnam. Continue reading…More details at: https://educationabroad.unl.edu/global-remote-internships
Alliance Française Omaha Presents: Vive L'Afrique! Join for an evening of African dance, drumming, and story telling. Featuring: African Culture Connection. Free performance and discussion and ticketed reception.
April 24 at 4pm, Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment (PACE) Center
Intro to theories and methods of Geographic Information Science (GIScience) and Geographic Information Systems (GISystems). Focuses on spatial thinking, analysis skills, and the fundamental knowledge needed to use GIS effectively, accurately, and ethically.
MWF 12:30-1:20pm + F 2:30-4:15pm lab Continue reading…
Professor Ingrid Robyn, Ph.D. (email@example.com)
Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30-1:45, TEAC 247
Great for Spanish speakers/learners interested in translation, creative writing, cultural studies, and Latin American culture! Continue reading for full description. Continue reading…
In this course, you will gain confidence, fluency, and a more comprehensive understanding of cultures and how they play into medical decisions and influence communication inside and outside of the medical field. The daily immersion will provide you with the unique opportunity for extensive practice! Continue reading…
This fall, Nebraska College of Law Dean, Richard Moberly, will be teaching this fantastic introduction to law as a career field and what law school will be like. If you’re considering attending law school, make sure to register for this course to get an up close look at the legal profession. Continue reading…
Are we alone or is there life elsewhere in the universe? This course will consider many questions that go into this possibility and have cool activities! Continue reading for a full description of the course and activities.
*suitable for all majors, no prerequisites! Continue reading…
This course introduces students to the standard of contemporary Japanese business culture and related social protocols. The course is taught in English, and no knowledge of Japanese language is required. Continue reading…
In RUSS 483, you'll explore how political beliefs and myths of Russian people shaped their world outlook and discover how folklore has been used as an instrument in the Russian "nation-building" project.
Everything will be in English, no prior knowledge of Russian is necessary!
This course offers an overview of African studies through art, music and other creative forms ensconced within the different historical contexts of this vast continent of 54 distinct countries. Continue reading…