UNO is celebrating Earth Week 2014! Get a free potted plant from Maverick Productions, learn more about ZipCar, receive some cool new sunglasses from Student Government, tune up your bike with UNO Bikes, participate in a sustainability search with Student Government, enter a recycling raffle with UNO Housing, drop off your old electronics with Green Basis, and help plant a tree in honor of Earth Week.
The University of Nebraska Presidential Search Outreach and Advisory Committee wants your input in the process of finding the next leader of the NU system.
Captivate from Adobe is authoring software for rapid creation and maintenance of interactive eLearning content. It lets you create powerful simulations, software demonstrations, and scenario-based training without programming knowledge or multimedia skills. This will be a discussion and demonstration of Captivate 7.
Ever wish you had a quiet environment where you could work on your writing projects, get feedback from other writers, and learn about common writing challenges – all while getting free snacks? “Finish It Friday” is the solution for graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and staff!
Understanding brain function & dysfunction neuroimaging of the human brain has lead to tremendous insight into the function of the healthy brain, and the different kinds of impairments that can lead to brain dysfunction in various neurological and psychiatric disorders. Join the UNO Physics Department as they present Maher Quraan, Ph.D., of Krembil Neuroscience Center.
Service Learning students will be collecting free will donations in exchange for dog treats for their dog treat bake sale at the Nebraska Humane Society today and this weekend.
The James R. Schumacher Chair of Ethics is designed to recognize an outstanding faculty member committed to increasing knowledge, awareness, and application of the principles of ethics, tolerance, and understanding.