The Midtown Neighborhood Alliance invites midtown residents to a monthly meeting to engage in their communities, August 21.
Learn about the many forms of dementia and how they present in persons with developmental disabilities, August 23.
Kiyoshi Ishii, president at Shizuoka University in Japan, will visit UNO on Sept. 7.
Stop by and learn about the work nonprofits are doing in the community and how you can help make a difference, Sept. 19.
Get in-depth answers to your questions about current events in the Middle East through a panel of local UNO experts, Sept. 20.
Learn how to talk to a medical professional about symptoms that look like dementia in persons with developmental disabilities, Sept. 20.
Hear inspiring stories that encourage women to find their purpose, Sept. 21.
Human Rights Week starts on Sept. 24 and ends on Oct. 2, with several events taking place in the CEC and across campus.
Get in-depth answers to your questions about current events in the Middle East through a panel of local UNO experts, Oct. 18.
The importance of personal history and how to identify baseline functioning, Oct. 18.
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