Monday, September 26, 2016 - 2:00pmSocial and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium Writing Group
SBSRC Faculty Writing Group
The SBSRC Writing Group meets from 2-4pm on Mondays, which is open to social and behavioral scientists interested in working on writing. It is a group of social and behavioral science faculty and researchers who, following advice in the book “How to Write a Lot,” meet regularly to set and achieve writing goals, and to share support, challenges, and tips. If you cannot make it the whole time, or if you can only make it some weeks and not others, you are still welcome. It is best if you can make it from 215-245, as that is when the group members will share their goals, achievements, and rewards. If interested, contact Lisa at email@example.com for more information.
Sponsor: Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium
Location: LincolnContact Lisa for more information
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 12:30pm to 2:00pmAnthropology Colloquium Series: Dr. Claire Nicolas Work in Progress: Craft, Heritage and Development in 21st Century Morocco
Dr. Claire Nicholas, Doctorate in Socio-Cultural Antropology from Princeton University, DDEA from EHESS, and Post-Doctoral research fellowship in the Department of Human Ecology at the University of Alberta will present as part of the Fall 2016 Semester Colloquim Series.
Sponsor: Department of Anthropolgy
Location: Oldfather Hall, Room 827
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 4:30pm to 5:00pmInstitute for Ethnic Studies Colloquium Factulty Showcase: Meet Our Four New Professors
Sponsor: Institute for Etnic Studies
Location: Ubuntu Room, Gaughan Center
Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 2:00pmDBER Group STEM Ed seminar: Improving science student retention.Dr. Mark Burbach from UNL’s School of Natural Resources will discuss some of his research in a presentation titled, “Improving science student retention.” Mark will discuss efforts to enhance undergraduate student retention in science majors at UNL.
Support for the Discipline-Based Education Research Group comes from the Center for Science, Mathematics, and Computer Education; NebraskaSCIENCE; the Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences; the Department of Chemistry; the School of Biological Sciences; and the School of Natural Resources.
Location: Videoconference location will be in 202 Hardin Hall (East Campus) and the In-person presentation location will meet in 109 Bessey Hall (City Campus).
Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 3:30pm to 5:00pmDigital Research in Anthropology Presentation
You're invited to attend the public presentations of the UNL Libraries' 2016 Digital Scholarship Incubator Fellows. This year's fellows worked for 12 weeks over the summer in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities to develop some terrific projects that make scholarly interventions in literary studies, history, and anthropology. Please plan to attend!
The 2016 DSI Fellows are Kami Ahrens (Anthropology), Jonathan Cheng (English), Christy Hyman (History), and Gabi Kirilloff (English). Read more about their projects here, http://cdrh.unl.edu/digital-scholarship-incubator
And, just in case these guaranteed-to-be-great talks aren't enticement enough, refreshments will be provided.
Location: 221 Love Library South (Peterson Room)
Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 7:00pmPaul A. Olson Seminar Series: Great Plains, Great IdeasMichel Hogue, 2016 Stubbendieck Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize winner for Metis and the Medicine Line: Creating a Border and Dividing a People, Assistant Professor in History at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario.
This talk examines the role Indigenous peoples played in the formation of modern political boundaries in North America. It focuses on the experiences of the Plains Metis and explores how these communities of mixed Indigenous and European ancestry were at the center of the efforts by nation-states to divide and absorb the North American West.
Sponsor: Center for Great Plains Studies
Location: Great Plains Art Museum, 1155 Q StreetFor More Information Click Here
Friday, September 30, 2016 - 8:30amFall 2016 Nebraska Methodology WorkshopRegistration is open for The Nebraska Academy for Methodolgy, Analytics and Psycometrics 2016 Fall Nebraska Methodology Workshop. David P. MacKinnon, Foundation Professor in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University will guide a workshop "Introduction to Mondern Mediation Analysis" from 8:30 - 3:45. The workshop requires registration.
The key note speaker, MacKinnon will give a talk from 4-5 pm and the keynote is free, open to the public and requires no registration.
Sponsor: Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics & Psychometrics
Location: Nebraska UnionRegister Here
Friday, September 30, 2016 - 11:00amConsortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) Live Webcast
Dr. Herman Aguinis, George Washington University will discuss Moderation/Mediation.
Location: CBA 24Learn more information here
Friday, September 30, 2016 - 11:00am to 12:00pmCARMA Webcast Lecture: The When and Why of Effects: Modration and Mediation in Strategic Management Research
Dr. Herman Aguinis, Avram Tucker, Distinguished Scholar of Georget Washington University will be presenting this CARMA webcast.
Sponsor: Consortium for the advancement of research methods and Analysis
Location: CBA 24
Friday, September 30, 2016 - 12:00pm to 1:00pmBureau of Business Research: Free Seminar: Income Inequaltity in Nebraska
An open webinar on the Income Inequality in Nebraska.
Anyone with the link & the room passcode can attend!
Visit online: go.unl.edu/incomeinequality
Enter room passcode: Income
Sponsor: Bureau of Business Research
Location: WebinarVisit online: (passcode is Income)