Friday, September 30, 2016 - 3:00pm to 4:30pmAgricultural Economics Fall Seminar Series: Murray Fulton
Sponsor: Agricultural Economic & CAFIO-PRG
Location: 210 Filley Hall
Monday, October 3, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sponsor: Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium
Location: LincolnContact Lisa for more information
Tuesday, October 4, 2016 - 7:00pmNSBA- Indian Law Section Book Series Event: Featuring Charles Wright
Charles Wright – Law at Little Big Horn: Due Process Denied
Come join the Nebraska State Bar Association’s Indian Law Section and hear influential Indian Law author Charlie Wright discuss his book Law at Little Big Horn: Due Process Denied. Books will be available for purchase. Free event.
Sponsor: Nebraska State Bar Assoication; Indian Law Section
Location: Indigo Bridge Books 701 P #102 (Lincoln)
Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 4:00pmResearch Data Center: Health data sets
- National Health Interview Survey
- Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS)
John Anderson, Executive Director of RDC will present.
Location: CBA 117
Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 8:00am to Friday, October 7, 2016 - 12:00pm2016 Carroll R. Pauley SymposiumJoin the 2016 Carrol R. Pauley Symposium "Legal Borderlands" Laying Down the Law: Critical Legal Histories of the North American West for a keynote lecture, roundtable discussions and a gallery talk featuring U.S and Canadian scholars.
Office of Research and Development
Department of History
College of Law
Institute for Ethnic Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Political Science
Center for Great Plains Studies
Modern Languages and Literatures
Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs
Women’s and Gender Studies
19th Century Studies
Department of Anthropology
Sponsor: Carrol R. Pauley Memorial Fund
Location: Jackie Gaughan Multicultural CenterLearn more information here
Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 2:00pmDBER Group STEM Ed seminar "Indicators of informal and formal decision-making about a socioscientific issueDr. Jenny Dauer from UNL’s School of Natural Resources will discuss some of her research in a presentation titled, “Indicators of informal and formal decision-making about a socioscientific issue.” This presentation and opportunity for discussion will surely be engaging to those interested in how students apply science to making decisions to real-life social issues.
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: 202 Hardin Hall (videoconference) and 109 Bessy Hall (City Campus)
Friday, October 7, 2016 - 3:00pm to 4:30pmAgricultural Economics Fall Seminar Series
Sponsor: Agricultural Economic
Location: 210 Filley Hall
Saturday, October 8, 2016 - 8:15am to 3:30pmEnglish Education Workshop: Alisa Miller, CEO of Public Radio
UNL faculty, staff, students and K-12 colleagues are welcome to attend “Transformative Education in a Globalized Context,” the 4th Annual Fall Professional Development Workshop hosted by the Secondary English Education Program in Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education. The free workshop will be held from 8:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 8. in Henzlik and Teacher College halls at 14th and Vine streets on UNL’s City Campus.
Participants will explore what constitutes innovative, humanizing and growth-producing education, within a globalized context. The program features literacy-oriented topics experienced through engaging keynote addresses, break out session presentations, and rich dialogue.
Complementary continental breakfast and lunch served.
Sponsor: College of Education and Human Sciences and Teaching, Learning & Teacher Education
Location: Teachers College Hall at 14th and Vine StreetsRegister here by Oct 1
Monday, October 10, 2016 - 11:30am to 12:30pmQMM Meeting
QMM is sponsored by UNL’s Social and Behavioral Sciences Consortium and designed to support Qualitative and Mixed Methods research and foster interdisciplinary connections and cooperation.
All faculty, graduate and undergraduate students welcome
Please invite your colleagues
More information soon
Wayne Babchuk, Assistant Professor of Practice, Departments of Educations Psychology & Anthropology, email@example.com
Dawn O. Braithwaite, Willa Cather Professor and Chair, Department of Communication Studies firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor: Qualitative and Mixed Methods Interest Group & Co-Sponsor Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium
Location: Nebraska Union, Colonial A
Monday, October 10, 2016 - 12:30pm to 1:30pmCABIN Brown Bag:Mike Norton: Happy Money: The Science of Happier Spending
CABIN will feature a guest speaker from the Harvard Business School who has been invited to campus as part of a social neuroscience group that a few of our faculty are a part of. Michael Norton will be giving a talk entitled (abstract below):
Happy Money: The Science of Happier Spending
Can money buy happiness? HBS Professor Michael Norton certainly thinks so - if you follow five core principles of smarter spending. Michael is the co-author, with Elizabeth Dunn, of Happy Money: The Science of Happier Spending. The book provides five research-based principles designed to help people use their money in happier ways - whether they have a little or a lot of it. The book is full of recent research and examples that range from how individuals gain happiness by choosing "experiences over stuff" to how companies seek to create happier employees or 'happier products' for their customers. Along the way, you'll learn why you should be giving more money to charity, and why commercials make TV better, and why you’d be just as happy driving a Ford escort as a BMW.
Sponsor: Center for Brain, Biology, and Behavior
Location: CB3 Room 60