Foreign Languages & Literature Open HouseOctober 28, 2020
Learn about graduate school and new classes at the Foreign Languages & Literature Open House; Oct. 28.
Human Rights Forum: Human Rights, Sacred Land, and Food SovereigntyOctober 29, 2020
A discussion about the Tri-Faith garden project as a means of land stewardship and interreligious cooperation, in conversation with Native American perspectives on land and food sovereignty; Oct. 29.
Hostile Terrain 94: Will ‘Essential Workers’ Remain Visible after Covid-19? Clues from the Meatpacking IndustryOctober 15, 2020
Lourdes Gouveia, Ph.D., will present a lecture titled "Will ‘Essential Workers’ Remain Visible after Covid-19? Clues from the Meatpacking Industry"; Oct. 15.
UNO/OLLAS Charla: Learning to be Latino: How Colleges Shape Identity PoliticsOctober 13, 2020
Please join UNO/OLLAS and Daisy Verduzco Reyes, Ph.D., for our second OLLAS Charla of the Fall 2020 semester; Oct. 13.
Confronting Challenges to Student VotingOctober 22, 2020
As the election draws nearer, faculty may have specific issues to walk through regarding student voter suppression and protecting the election. To address these student voting challenges, speakers will discuss strategies for overcoming voting barriers, particularly those that affect student voters; Oct. 22.
A Role for Everyone: Multidisciplinary Faculty Engagement in Election 2020October 07, 2020
Join us for a session with Institute for Democracy and Higher Education director, Nancy Thomas, on educating for democracy in the context of a critical election; Oct. 7.
Rescue the Surviving Souls: The Great Jewish Refugee Crisis of the 17th CenturyOctober 14, 2020
Professor Adam Teller, History and Judaic Studies, Brown University, will speak about his new book, "Rescue the Surviving Souls: The Great Jewish Refugee Crisis of the Seventeenth Century" as part of the Schwalb Center's series on new research on Jewish Migratory Studies; Oct. 14.
So What Did You Think of the Debate? A National Times Talk with StudentsOctober 23, 2020
Join faculty, staff, and students from across the country for an online national discussion to debrief and discuss the Presidential Debate; Oct. 23.
Making Sense of Your Future in Uncertain TimesOctober 02, 2020
UNO alumnus Craig Hughes will engage students, faculty and staff in a discussion on Making Sense of Your Future in Uncertain Times; Oct. 2.
Baylor-UNO Medical Humanities ConversationOctober 07, 2020
Students and alumni from Baylor University will share their stories and answer questions on a wide range of topics related to Medical Humanities; Oct. 7.