One of the best things you can do for your success is to prepare. Study for your courses, plan for internships and study abroad, attend workshops on graduate school preparation, meet with Kristin to talk about planning, and make sure to read the newsletter each week for updates and tips!
Meet senior Global Studies major Kyrstin Eastman from Manteno, IL. Kyrstin chose global studies because it is the most diverse and flexible major at UNL that allows her to customize her studies for a career path she is passionate about. Kyrstin also studies in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Continue reading…
This Friday, April 21st is the last day to withdraw from a class. It’s always a good idea to talk with your instructor and advisor before making the decision to withdraw from a course. Kristin will be out this Wednesday and Thursday for a conference. Please reach out right away with questions.
Thinking about taking Russian? This is a great way to try it!
Join us and the Russian Club for the annual Pysanky, or the Easter Egg decorating. Learn how to use traditional kistka and wax and make new friends. Everyone is invited to join us Friday, April 14th from 4 to 6PM in Burnett 302. Continue reading…
Join us for a special course that gives students an opportunity to build an actual museum exhibit at the International Quilt Museum. Work with colleagues from Japan and gain museum and cross-cultural experience. Course can be applied towards ANTH major requirements for museum and standard options. Continue reading…More details at: https://www.internationalquiltmuseum.org/
Russ 101, May 30-June 30
Russ 102, July 10-August 10
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is a cross-cultural engagement program offered in over 140 countries to fund one academic year for the conduct of an original project. A virtual presentation for prospective applicants will be held Tuesday, April 4 at 5:00pm Central Time. Please register to attend. Continue reading…
AnthroGroup Social: Snacks, swag and splendid conversation!
Curious about anthropology? Come with questions and leave with new friends and some cool swag!
April 12th 5:00-6:00
Monday, April 3, 2023
2pm - 4pm
Nebraska Union, Centennial Room
Learn more: https://bit.ly/3J3gZgi
Dr. Chris Gerrard, professor of Archaeology at Durham University (UK) will present on Friday, April 7 at 1 pm (CDT) for a fascinating lecture. More info and registration, https://www.unl.edu/medren/april-7-lecture-dr-chris-gerard-beyond-nature-medieval-and-later-seismic-disasters
The NDC Resident Fellowship Programme currently consists of four sub-programmes for a total of eight fellowships per year. It is designed for international security scholars/academics/researchers of NATO Allies and its Partners. See more info, https://www.ndc.nato.int/research/research.php?icode=4