SGIS Week 9 Newsletter

Week 9: Enjoy Fall Break!
Week 9: Enjoy Fall Break!

Week 9: Enjoy Fall Break!

We hope you have a wonderful fall break! Take some time off so you come back refreshed and ready for a great second half of the semester!


Student Spotlight: Jackson Ness

Student Spotlight: Jackson NessMeet Anthropology junior Jackson Ness who is heading to Graz, Austria this coming spring semester. Jackson is passionate about the environment, archaeology and art history and he currently works as a research assistant for the Kruger Collection. Continue reading…

korean culture day
korean culture day

Korean Culture Day in Nebraska

Come and Learn Korean Culture! Try on Hanbok (Korean Traditional Clothes), try out tasty Korean snacks, learn Taekwondo, a Korean traditional martial art, and watch and learn K-POP cover dances!

New Course on Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation
New Course on Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation

New Course on Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Learn all about social entrepreneurship and the ways in which young professionals and students from diverse academic and social backgrounds can create social change on a sustainable basis. Learn how to build and promote innovative ventures that influence social change. Open to all students. Continue reading…


CAS Advising Nights

cas advising nightsSee flyer for extra advising opportunities! Kristin will be available Oct 26 from 5-7 pm over zoom!


CAS Ambassador App Open Oct 18-Nov 1

cas ambassadorsCAS Ambassadors represent the college, work with the Dean's Office, plan college-wide events, and help shape college initiatives. They promote pride in and develop awareness of the college's academic programs and activities with prospective students, parents, alumni, and the general public. Continue reading…


Genealogy over Lunch - online - Oct 19

Genealogy over LunchGabe Bruguier, asst professor, will discuss two of his ancestors and the roles they played in the passing of the Treaty of 1858 which ceded traditional Yankton land, and created the Yankton Indian Reservation. He will also discuss ArcGIS StoryMaps as a digital platform for telling a historical story Continue reading…


Want to meet with a career coach?

drop-insWant to meet with a Career Coach? Stop by drop-ins Wednesday 11-1 and Thursday 2-4. 107 Oldfather or Zoom.

Need something to do over the extended winter break? Enroll in 0-credit CASC 291: CAS Career Launcher. Work on your resume, LinkedIn profile, and meet with a Career Coach Continue reading…


Sapelo Island Marine Biology Spring Semester 2024

ugamiThe University of Georgia Marine Institute on Sapelo Island (UGAMI) is offering a Marine Biology Spring Semester program that begins January 6 - April 29. Courses include:
MARS 3450 (marine biology) - January
ECOL 3500 (ecology) - February
BIOL 3720L (field animal behavior) - March Continue reading…


CAS Day of Service

cas day of serviceThe College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) is partnering with Husker Pantry and the Lincoln Food Bank to combat food insecurity for our 4th annual CAS Day of Service! (Yes, it is actually a week long.) Join us and represent CAS on Friday, November 3rd, from 9-11am at the Food Bank of Lincoln. Continue reading…

Originally published October 16, 2023 - Submit an Item