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We are the flagship and land-grant university for Nebraska, and diversity and inclusion are central to our mission and pursuit of excellence. Each person has something to gain from and offer to our community of learning, discovery and outreach. All are welcome here.

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“You are welcome here and we want you to be successful... It’s my hope that you engage, work hard and invest in getting the most from your educational experience as a Husker.” - Chancellor Ronnie Green

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Nebraska students participate in Husker Dialogues, a diversity and inclusion event facilitated by more than 370 faculty, staff and student conversation guides. The university will expand campus resources on having civil conversations about diversity and inclusion with a Day of Understanding on Dec. 7.
Friday, December 7, 2018 Day of Understanding to advance diversity dialogues
A commitment made by Chancellor Ronnie Green is helping further the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s work on enhancing diversity and inclusion. Learn more about this event
A menorah is lit for the third night of Hanukkah on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, in Lincoln, Nebraska. | Daily Nebraskan
Thursday, December 6, 2018 Students celebrate Hanukkah while studying for finals
Despite its well-known status as an international holiday, most schools, including the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, are still in session during its observance. Learn more about this holiday
Jianghao Wang, president of the Friends of Falun Gan Club, poses in a basic meditative position for a portrait at the Nebraska Union on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018, in Lincoln, Nebraska. | Daily Nebraskan
Tuesday, December 4, 2018 International student forms RSO for Chinese spiritual practice Falun Gong
Two years ago, Jianghao Wang landed in Omaha, Nebraska, and stepped foot on American land for the first time. But, it wasn’t until he was walking through downtown Lincoln that he knew this was where he belonged. Learn more about this student organization
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The University of Nebraska's incident reporting, or TIPS, system is an online tool for reporting campus incidents or positive acts of kindness. It is available through a link in the footer of every university web page.

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