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February 1, 2017
Out of the Darkness, a student organization now in its second year at Nebraska, was honored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) for raising more than $25,000 and being a Top 10 Fundraising Walk in 2016. The campus group ranked fifth among campuses nationwide. Read more>>
As most students returned to campus on Sunday, Jan. 8, leaders of the fraternity and sorority community at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln tackled a tough topic—suicide. Presidents from 46 organizations attended QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Program training led by Nebraska Youth Suicide Prevention Project Region V.  Read more>>

Multiple events in January called upon the university community to perpetuate social justice through education and meaningful conversations. From speakers and panels about rights to conversations about fulfilling dreams, the campus community embraced the national holiday of remembrance and inspired students to be part of change.   Read more>>

This infographic provides a snapshot at the University Program Council's fall 2016 survey results. Read why students choose to attend programs, topics of interest for future programs and the most memborable takeaways. Read more>>

Designed for Student Affairs professionals who would like to improve their assessment knowledge and skills, this series offers an easy-to-follow format with six presentations. Participants may attend all sessions or select individual sessions by topic and date. Read more>>

Students joined the Office of Academic Support and Intercultural Services to celebrate the Lunar New Year, a tradition from Southeast Asian countries. With more than six different games and live performances, attendees enjoyed an array of activities and acquired intercultural knowledge. Read more>>

Commonly called SSS, Student Support Services is one of the federally funded TRIO Programs designed to help students succeed and graduate. The program provides additional support for students who are first-generation, are registered with Services for Students with Disabilities, or have financial need. Gain greater understanding when you view five common myths. Read more>>

Feb. 6 | Student Affairs Assessment Series - Module 1: Assessment Basics
             11 a.m., Nebraska Union, Student Involvement Green Room
Feb. 9 | Gender Identity and Employees in the Workplace
             9 a.m.-12 p.m., UNMC College of Nursing or available online
             Sponsored by the University of Nebraska System
Feb. 13 | Student Affairs Assessment Series - Module 2: Elements of Assessment
             11 a.m., Nebraska Union, Student Involvement Green Room
Feb. 17 | Franco Friday
             8:30-10 a.m., Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life
Feb. 20 | Student Affairs Assessment Series - Module 3: Data Collection
             11 a.m., Nebraska Union, Student Involvement Green Room
Feb. 27 | Student Affairs Assessment Series - Module 4: Quantitative Data
             11 a.m., Nebraska Union, Student Involvement Green Room

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