Find new ways to lead your neighborhood through this monthly series. December looks at canvassing and meeting neighbors, Dec. 14.
Nebraskans for Solar invites you to a third roundtable discussion and Q&A, Jan. 10.
Mark your calendar for an enlightening lecture on disenfranchised grief and end of life concerns and wishes, Jan. 12.
Find new ways to lead your neighborhood through this monthly series. January is about neighborhood revitalization, Jan. 18.
Get in-depth answers to your questions about current events in the Middle East through a panel of local UNO experts, Jan. 18.
UNO Medieval Renaissance Studies presents a lecture with keynote Scott B. Montgomery, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Denver, Jan. 25.
Voices for Children in Nebraska invites you to the release of the 25th edition of the Kids Count in Nebraska Report, Jan. 31.
Award-winning author Anand Prahlad to read from his book, "The Secret Life of a Black Aspie," an autobiographical approach to life as black and neurodivergent in America, Feb. 7.
Get in-depth answers to your questions about current events in the Middle East through a panel of local UNO experts, Feb. 15.
The American Heart Association Nebraska presents an innovative opportunity for companies to learn from industry leaders about creating a culture of health and wellness, Feb. 22.
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