Past Events

Monday, June 13, 2016 - 8:00am2016 Bullying Prevention Conference
The 2016 Bullying Prevention Conference with a focus on "Identifying & Intervening in Early Childhood" will be held on Monday, June 13. Keynote Speakers include Cynthia Germonotta, MPA, President and Co-Founder of Born This Way Foundation, Marjorie Kostelnik, Ph.D, Dean of the College of Education & Human Sciences, and Dan Olweus, Ph.D, Researcher & Founding Father of the Field of Bullying and Prevention. Read more about the speakers here

The conference is free & open to the public. Registration is required, and space is limited.

Sponsor: Buffett Early Childhood Institute, University of Nebraska College of Education and Human Sciences and Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families & Schools

Location: Nebraska Innovation Campus 2021 Transformation Drive

Register Here by June 3
Thursday, June 16, 2016 - 3:00pmBringing Diverse Sources into Teaching History: Pedagogy and Ideas
Margaret Huettl, Assistant Professor of History and Ethnic Studies, will be on campus Thursday, June 16.  You are invited to a workshop session 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Sponsor: History and Ethnic Studies

Location: 638 Oldfather

Monday, June 27, 2016 - 8:00am to Tuesday, June 28, 2016 - 3:45pmNebraska Young Child Institute
The Nebraska Young Child Institute is a state-wide conference for multidisciplinary professionals to connect on issues to improve the outcomes of young children.

Sponsor: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Center on Children, Families, and the Law

Location: Kearney, NE

Learn More Here
Thursday, July 14, 2016 - 12:00pmCenter for Brain, Biology, and Behavior Seminar Series: Nikki Honzel, PhD
Join Nikki Honzel, Assistant Professor at Carroll College for her seminar entitled "Limited Executive Resources in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder."  Reception follows immediately. All interested faculty, postdocs and students are encouraged to attend. 

Sponsor: Center for Brain, Biology, and Behavior

Location: CB3Room 60

Monday, July 18, 2016 - 8:30am to Friday, July 22, 2016 - 3:00pmAnalysis of Functional Neurolmages Traning Bootcamp
  • 5-day course introducing the use of AFNI for fMRI data analysis
  • For Who: Appropriate for beginners to experts in fMRI data analysis
  • Instructors: Gang Chen, Daniel Glen, and Richard Reynolds of the NIMH AFNI team
  • What: Topics ranging from fMRI analysis basics, data processing, single- and multi-subject analyses, technical considerations with fMRI data, and multiple hands-on exercises and consultation opportunities
  • When: Week of July 18-22
  • Schedule: Classes each day from 8:30 am-5:15 pm, with lunch breaks from 12:15-1:30 pm
  • Snacks and drinks provided throughout the bootcamp
  • Where: Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior
    (Alternate location on UNL East Campus if enrollment exceeds CB3 space capacity)
  • Contact: We are in the process of finalizing the details of the topic offerings. Please contact Jen Nelson at jnelson18@unl.edu or 402-472-0321 if you have questions or suggestions.
    • Deadline: July 1. Early registration is encouraged as space may be limited.
    • Cost: $200 for faculty; $50 for post docs, students and research staff
    • What to Bring: Laptop with AFNI installed prior to arrival at bootcamp.

Sponsor: Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education and Human Sciences, Department of Psychology, Office of Research and Economic Development, Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium

Location: Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior (Alternate location on UNL East Campus if enrollment exceeds CB3 space capacity)

Register Here For AFNI Bootcamp by July 1
Friday, July 22, 2016 - 8:00am to 5:00pmAt the Intersections of Identity: Promising Practices for Supporting LGBTQA+ Students

The University of Nebraska Lincoln and the Consortium of LGBT Resource Professionals in Higher Education will be hosting a Daylong Institute at UNL on Friday, July 22, 2016!

At the Intersections of Identity: Promising Practices for Supporting LGBTQA+ Students

Registration and check in is 8 – 9 am, with coffee and light refreshments provided.

The conference will take place from 9 am – 5 pm. 

Lunch is provided with the registration fee.  

Contact Pat Tetreault with any questions: 

402.472.1752     Ptetreault1@unl.edu   

Sponsor: The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, The Consortium of LGBT Resource Professionals in Higher Education, Division of Student Affairs, The Nebraska Unions, and The Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau

Location: UNL Nebraska Union (City Campus)

Register Here by July 6th
Monday, July 25, 2016 - 8:00amUnderstanding the Effect of Exercise on Future Food Intake: The Role of Behavioral, Physiological, and Neural Mechanisms

On July 25, a group led by Dr. Karsten Koehler (and including Maital Neta, Jeff Stevens, and Scott Stoltenberg) will host a research symposium entitled "Understanding the Effect of Exercise on Future Food Intake: The Role of Behavioral, Physiological, and Neural Mechanisms" at the Truhlsen Campus Event Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

The symposium, which is funded through the University of Nebraska Food for Health Initiative, serves as kick-off for a new transdisciplinary research initiative addressing the effects of exercise on decision making about future food intake and underlying physiological and genetic mechanisms.

Keynote speakers include John Blundell (University of Leeds, UK), Brian Wansink (Cornell University), Elizabeth Lawson (Harvard Medical School), and Nicole Guiliani (University of Oregon).

The half-day symposium is open to the public, but advance registration is required.

A continental breakfast will be served, and a shuttle from Lincoln to Omaha and back will be offered if there is sufficient interest.

If you have questions, please contact Karsten Koehler at kkoehler3@unl.edu.

Sponsor: A University of Nebraska Food for Health Initiative Planning Grant

Location: Truhlsen Campus Event Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center

Register Here
Monday, July 25, 2016 - 9:00am to Tuesday, July 26, 2016 - 1:00pmFree Teachers workshop

The Minority Health Disparities Initiative is sponsoring a Summer Institute Workshop: Thinking, Seeing, and Reading for iGeneration Students: Innovative Teaching & Civic Engagement Strategies for High School Courses on July 25th and 26th, 2016. The workshop will run from 9:15 am - 6:00 pm on July 25th and from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm on the 26th at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the Unity Room at the The Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center (attached to Student Union). 

 The purpose of this workshop is to engage high school teachers and university education majors (teachers-to-be) in a hands-on workshop of how to utilize innovative media/visual literacy teaching and civic engagement strategies into traditional courses – in particular for this workshop we will focus on freshman health courses and community health advocacy. Despite the health focus, these strategies are not course specific and can be applied across the board to other subject matters including history, science, English, and English Language Learners. The workshop is free and designed specifically for education majors and high school teachers. Participants will need to bring a laptop or portable device to be able to access and use the materials in the workshop.

Sponsor: Minority Health Disparities Initiative

Location: The Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center

Register Here
Thursday, August 11, 2016 - 1:00pm to 3:00pmNebraska Summer Research Symposium

Nebraska Summer Research Symposium is Wednesday, August 10 in the Nebraska Union Centennial and Ballroom. Please share this invitation widely with faculty, staff, and students in your department. Your attendance is a huge encouragement for the summer scholars who have spent the past 10 weeks working diligently on their research and creative projects. There are 200 posters and 19 research programs this year!

Sponsor: Office of Academic Affairs, Office of Graduate Studies, and Office of Undergraduate Research

Location: Nebraska Union Centennial Ballroom

Friday, August 26, 2016 - 12:00pm to 1:00pmBureau of Business Research Webinar

Client Services Manager at the Nebraska Manufacturing Extension Partnership Michael Nagle will be joining the Director of the UNL Bureau of Business Research Eric Thompson for a discussion on trends, challenges, and advantages of Nebraska’s manufacturing industry on Friday August 26, 2016 between 12-1 p.m. (Central Time).

Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions and share their thoughts during the Q&A session.

Friday, August 26, 2016
12-1 p.m. (Central Time Zone)

Registration is required – no enrollment fee

 

Sponsor: Bureau of Business Research

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