SGIS Week 14 Newsletter

Student Spotlight: Dane Chamberlin

Student Spotlight: Dane ChamberlinMeet global studies junior Dane Chamberlin from Tucscon, AZ currently on a study abroad program in France. Dane has studied abroad three times and hopes for a career at the UN helping coordinate humanitarian aid and crisis response. Continue reading…


Elizabeth Theiss-Morse Book Talk April 25th

Elizabeth Theiss-MorseThrough four years of qualitative and quantitative research, Theiss-Morse and Spinner-Halev set out to explore the role of respect — or the lack thereof — in U.S. politics. In the culminating book, “Respect and Loathing in American Democracy: Polarization, Moralization and the Undermining of Continue reading…


Looking for a Summer Job?

AthleticsThe Nebraska Athletic department is seeking undergraduate tutors (sophomore or above) or graduate students to tutor the following subject areas:
BIOS 213; BIOC 431; CHEM 109A, CHEM 131/FDST 131/NUTR 131; ECON 200, 211, 212, 215; MATH 101, 102, 104, 106, 208, 221, 314; PSYC 263, 273; PHYS 141, 211; Continue reading…


CAS Career Drop-ins

cas career coachingEvery Wed & Thu, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
107 Oldfather Hall or Zoom,
Stop in for a quick 10-20 minute meeting to have your resume reviewed or get other career related support. Great way to satisfy the career coach meeting requirement for any class. No appointment needed!


CAS Career Conversation

Week 14Apr. 30, 1:00-2:30 p.m.
1207 Oldfather Hall
Career Conversations are small group discussions for CAS students facilitated by CAS Career Coaches. No preparation needed. Pizza and drinks provided! This is the final CAS Career Conversation for the semester.

Originally published April 22, 2024 - Submit an Item