International students and university employees discuss a time for dinner.
Monday, March 20, 2017 Dinner in a Nebraska Home connects international students with university employees
Fifty-seven University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty and staff members invited 117 international students into their homes as a part of a program called Dinner in a Nebraska Home, a program designed to introduce international students to an aspect of daily life in Nebraska by connecting the students with university employees. Read more about this program
Nebraska Go Big Red banners
Monday, March 13, 2017 Nominations for LGBTQA+ recognition award due March 17
The Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community annually honors a faculty or staff member and a student who creates an inclusive, respectful and safe climate for members of the LGBTQA+ community at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Learn more about this award
Students use intergroup dialogue to learn about one another.
Monday, March 13, 2017 Our Nebraska celebrates inclusion
Our Nebraska, a series of events held March 6-10, gave students from all backgrounds the opportunity to discuss what it means to be diverse and how to create an inclusive campus and community. Learn more about this program
Korean fan dance
Monday, March 13, 2017 InvAsian showcases talents, celebrates diversity
Nebraska students and others from surrounding campuses joined the members of Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority, Inc. for InvAsian Under the Sea on Saturday, March 11. The sold-out talent show featured dance groups, singers, instrumentalists and strollers. Learn more about this event
UNL seal and columns
Friday, March 10, 2017 Husker Dialogues seeks conversation guides
Students, faculty and staff can sign up to lead small group conversations during the fall Husker Dialogues event. Training sessions begin March 21. Learn more about this event
Photo of Alpha Chi Omega sorority house exterior
Thursday, March 9, 2017 Alpha Chi Omega sorority to accept transgender women
Alpha Chi Omega’s national headquarters released a statement stating transgender women will be welcomed into the sorority effective immediately. Savannah Rave, president of Nebraska's Alpha Chi Omega chapter, said she supports the new policy. Read more about this story
Richard Moberly, interim dean, talks with students in the Nebraska College of Law.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 Law partnership encourages underrepresented students
The University of Nebraska College of Law and University of Nebraska at Omaha have launched a new program designed to encourage students in underrepresented communities to pursue a legal education. Learn more about this program
Empowering every story
Monday, March 6, 2017 Diversity is focus of Our Nebraska forum
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will host a weeklong series of events exploring diversity issues. The Our Nebraska program, previously known as the Empowerment Forum, is March 6-10. Learn more about this event
Students danced the night away and snapped lots of photos at A Love Affair Gala, a formal event coordinated by the Office of Academic Support and Intercultural Services.
Friday, February 24, 2017 Celebrating the dimensions of love at A Love Affair Gala
On Feb. 17, students, staff and faculty gathered in the Ross Van Brunt Visitor’s Center for Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services' A Love Affair Gala. The gala, free for students, was a celebration of Black History Month and the various dimensions of love. Read more about this event
Autumn Branch and Andrea Fulgiam shared their experiences with Mizzou's Concerned Student 1950 protest with Nebraska students in the OASIS Student Lounge.
Thursday, February 23, 2017 How to be an activist: Tips from organizers of Mizzou’s Concerned Student 1950 protest
On Tuesday, Feb. 21, Autumn Branch and Andrea Fulgiam visited the OASIS Student Lounge to share their experiences with Mizzou's Concerned Student 1950 protest. The two also offered tips for constructive activism. Read more about this event