Community Science Table | Mental HealthNovember 30, 2017
Community Science Table invites you to a discussion on the stigma of mental illness and the role of the media, Nov. 30.
Moshe Gershovich Memorial Lecture | International Education WeekNovember 15, 2017
The Natan and Hannah Schwalb Center for Israel and Jewish Studies and International Programs invites you to a lecture in memory of UNO Professor Moshe Gershovich, Nov. 15. The lecture focus: The Middle East and North Africa.
Audubon Society of OmahaNovember 09, 2017
Join the Audubon Society of Omaha for an evening with conservation photographer Alex Wiles, Nov. 9.
Beneath the Surface: Technical Art History and the Portrait of Andrea de’ FranceschiNovember 29, 2017
Learn how art history expert, Rebecca Norris, Ph.D., and her team used state of the art technology to understand more about the Portrait of Andrea de' Franceschi, Nov. 29.
Urban League of Nebraska Young Professionals (ULNYP)November 06, 2017
The Urban League of Nebraska Young Professionals (ULNYP) invites young professionals from Omaha to come to their general membership meeting and discover ULNYP, Nov. 6.
Nebraska Association for Behavior Analysis (NEABA) | 2017 ConferenceNovember 10, 2017
The 2017 NEABA Conference aims to shape the future of Behavior Analysis in Nebraska for NEABA members, Nov. 10.
Community Roundtable: Solar Group Purchasing ProgramNovember 08, 2017
Still curious about Solar Group Buy Campaigns? Nebraskans for Solar invites you to another roundtable discussion of the benefits for communities, Oct. 11.
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