QUICK(SAND) MOMENTS: Readying for Quick Pedagogical Choices During Classroom DiscussionsDecember 03, 2019
The Center for Faculty Excellence invites UNO faculty to attend a workshop with Nancy L. Thomas. The goal of the workshop is to support faculty in working with political perspectives within the classroom, Dec. 4.
Pizza & Politics: Participation in Polarized TimesDecember 03, 2019
UNO students are invited to a workshop combining pizza and politics, giving students the opportunity to interact with Nancy L. Thomas, an expert in democracy, higher education, and civic life from Tufts University, Dec. 3. This workshop is part of the Nebraska 2020 Critical Issues Forum Series.
Nebraska 2020 Critical Issues Forum Series: Student and Voter EngagementDecember 03, 2019
With the 2020 election being less than a year away, how can we get young people to turn out and vote in Nebraska? Join us for the first event starting off the Nebraska 2020 Critical Issues Forum Series; Dec. 3.
Education Rights and Disability Rights Continuing EducationDecember 10, 2019
A series of sessions to provide an understanding of special education law and its proper practice, Dec. 10, 2019.
Drapetomania: Tracing the Liberatory Practices of Black PlacemakingDecember 05, 2019
Hear from LaToya Eaves, Ph.D., as she speaks about drapetomania; Dec. 5.
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