This interactive workshop teaches participants to recognize the warning signs of suicide and make the appropriate referrals. Please contact Nate Bock for more information.
The Safe Space training is open to any student, faculty, or staff member who would like to be trained and publicly identify as an Ally to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans spectrum, queer spectrum, intersex, asexual, gender spectrum, and/or sexuality spectrum (LGBTQIA+) students, faculty, and staff. This four hour training provides education and tools to support the LGBTQIA+ members of our community.
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Are you lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans spectrum, pansexual, asexual, omnisexual, demisexual, or queer spectrum? Every Wednesday at 11 A.M., QTS hosts Lez Bi Real Queer which is a semi-structured group with a safe and open environment for LGBTQIA+ community members. It takes place in the QTS Office, 116 MBSC.
UNO cultivates student empowerment and encourages them to be active bystanders on-campus and in their communities.
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Students interested in seeing how their alcohol use compares to other UNO students can visit uno.collegealcoholprofile.com and complete the online tool. Average time to complete the tool is approximately 10 minutes. Any questions that may arise while taking the college alcohol profile (CAP) can be directed to Nate Bock or Mark Frillman at 402.554.2409.
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