9 can't miss events through the last week of February

Monday, February 21, 2022 9 can't miss events through the last week of February

We Are Nebraska

It's the final days of February 2022. Here are the can't miss events you should attend before the arrival of March.

We Are Nebraska Theatre Experience

February 23  |  5 p.m.  |  Johnny Carson Theater

Enjoy a live performance by a group of amazing student leaders… confident, charismatic, and inspired to share their stories and artistry. See the next generation of diverse and inclusive leaders tell their stories that must be told — along with music, dance and video expressions.

Free & open to the public. First-come, first-served and seating is distanced. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the show.


Love Your Heart

Daily events February 21–25

Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death for all persons living in America, and the disease disproportionately impacts minority groups such as Black communities, Hispanics and American Indians/Alaska Natives.

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is raising awareness and education with Love Your Heart, a week-long series of seven heart health events for diverse students. Students have the chance to win $150 for their RSO if they participate in the "Know Your Numbers" Feb. 21 or the Free Breakfast and Wellness Profiles on Feb. 23. View full details and sign up to participate.


Casual Conversations: Ra’Daniel Arvie

February 23  |  12 to 1 p.m.  |  Howard L. Hawks Hall, Room 102

Join the Diversity and Inclusion Gathering Space (DIGS) over the lunch hour to hear Ra’Daniel Arvie speak on ‘Black Triumph in Trauma’. Drinks and cookies will be provided. Feel free to bring your own lunch.


Welcome to the NO CRAM ZONE

February 23  |  5 p.m.  |  Love Library South

Free test preparation success workshop for any student. Learn to study effectively and prepare for exams while keeping up in other classes. Hosted by the Center for Academic Success & Transitions (CAST).


REACH Training for Students

February 24  |  3:30 to 5 p.m.  |  University Health Center, Room 126

Suicide prevention is a shared campus responsibility. REACH is an interactive 90-minute training designed to help the university community prevent suicide by teaching faculty, staff and students how to recognize warning signs; engage with empathy; communicate hope; help suicidal individuals to access care and treatment; and more.

Register to attend.


Application Night for Education Aboard and Gilman Scholarship

February 24  |  4 to 6 p.m.  |  Nebraska Union, Heritage Room

All students who are in the process of applying for Education Aboard opportunities should attend this event. Receive assistance on application materials due March 1, 2022, including program applications for Fall 2022 and Academic Year 2022-23; MAPS Fall 2022 scholarship application; and the Gilman International Scholarship.


Queerness and Christianity

February 24  |  6 to 7 p.m.  |  UNL Lutheran Center

A presentation surrounding the intersection between queerness and Christianity, co-hosted by the LGBTQA+ Center and the Lutheran Center, featuring guest speaker Pastor Noah Hepler.


Love Gala

February 25  |  7 to 9 p.m.  |  Wick Alumni Center

Join OASIS in their final event for Black History Month to celebrate love for ourselves, others and our culture. RSVP at https://go.unl.edu/lovegala.


Nominations deadline for Women of Courage, Character, and Commitment Awards

February 25

Each year, women leaders within our campus and Lincoln communities are recognized as Women of Courage, Character, and Commitment. Nominations are sought of women in as many different fields and roles as possible. Honorees will be acknowledged at the Women's History Month Celebration on March 24.

All members of the university community are invited to nominate a woman who has made a positive impact in your life through professional, personal, mentoring, or peer relationships.


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