A yearly tradition of celebrating the cultural heritage of Native Americans is returning to the UNO campus. Organized by UNO’s Inter-Tribal Student Council (ITSC), the Pow Wow will be held inside the Sapp Fieldhouse and is free and open to the public.
UNO is celebrating Earth Week 2014! Student Government is handing out free sunglasses and hosting a scavenger hunt throughout campus, UNO Bikes is providing basic bike maintenance to anyone who brings their bike, and UNO Housing is hosting a recycling raffle today.
The spring IRB Education Series concludes on Wednesday, April 23, with a presentation by Dr. Ernest Prentice, Institutional Official, UNMC/UNO Human Subject Research Protection Program. Dr. Prentice’s topic is, “Informed Consent: It’s a Process, Not Just a Piece of Paper.” We hope you will join us for this presentation.
Please encourage your students to attend "Moving from Paper to Presentation: A Transformation." The workshop is planned from noon to 1 p.m. in the Milo Bail Student Center Redick Room.
UNO Islamic Studies Program, in collaboration with Middle East Research Fund and Political Science Department, is organizing a lecture by Professor Hassan Al-Barari. The lecture, titled “The Arab Uprisings and the Counter Revolution,” will take place in Milo Bail Student Center and is free and open to public.
A representative from Fidelity will be on campus. Please make an appointment to see Representative Jason Cronick by calling 866.795.0406 or 402.682.1653.
Service Learning students are hosting the Davis Middle School Tuskegee After-School group on campus; presenting biographies to the Latino and Bhutanese seniors based on interviews the students did of the seniors earlier in the semester; presenting their media presentation that highlights different cultural aspects significant to neighborhoods of North Omaha; and collaborating on models for foundational physics concepts today.