MARCH 2021OASIS NEWSLETTEREVENTS IN MARCHDish it Uphttps://go.unl.edu/dish-it-up-2021March 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, & 30th12:00pm - 1:00pmLunch and Learnhttps://go.unl.edu/lunch-and-learnMarch 12th12:00pm - 2:00pmVirtual Loungehttps://go.unl.edu/oasisloungeMonday the 8th and 22nd in March7:00pm - 8:00pm
Colloquium on Racial Justice: What Is IndigenousSovereignty, and Why Does It Matter Now?Join us for a conversation with four UNL experts who'llexplain the concept of Indigenous Sovereignty anddiscuss why it matters todayDr. Margaret Huettl, Native American Studies & HistoryProfessorJessica Shoemaker, J.D., Nebraska College of LawDr. Colette Yellow Robe, academic retention specialist, StudentSupport ServicesDr. Tom Gannon, Native American Studies & EnglishModerator: Dr. Lory Dance, Associate Director, Institute forEthnic StudiesMarch 10th 5:00-6:00March 11th 5:00-6:30March 12th ister/WN 3wvJiVzjQx-D9uoG6Vzwug
Women's History MonthBuilding Healthy Relationships: Culture &RelationshipsThursday March 4th6:00-7:00pmRSVP: https://go.unl.edu/mfu2Part 2-of-3 workshops & small group sessions for students,focusing on the building blocks of any healthy relationship:communication, consent, healthy expectations, virtual dating, fear,and rejection.No More Hidden FiguresA virtual event building a bridge between students andWomen of Color faculty members. This event will showcasecontributions to campus, allow faculty members to advisecurrent students on challenges they may face as newprofessionals, and provide an opportunity for undergraduatestudents to network with each other.Tuesday March 9th6:00-8:00pmRSVP at: https://go.unl.edu/mfu2
Changing the GameTuesday March 16th6:00-7:00pmRSVP at: https://go.unl.edu/mfu2Transgender high school athletes from across the countrycompete at the top of their fields, while also challenging theboundaries and perceptions of fairness and discrimination.Cultivating LeadershipTuesday March 16th6:00-7:00pmRSVP at: https://go.unl.edu/mfu2A time for UNL alumni to pass on their stories toundergraduate students, discussing topics like what it’s like toreturn to your rural town after college, how to balance thecollege experience with familial commitments, and what it’slike as a woman working in agriculture.
JGMC WEEKJoin OASIS in celebrating theGaughn's anniversary with a weekof events. Open house onWednesday join us as wecollaborate with RSO's and OSABMarch 29th- April 2ndBe on the lookout formore informationProfessional Excellence PathwayA new hub on our website filled withopportunities for undergraduate, graduate,postdoctoral and professional students as wellas additional resources for nce-pathwayOASIS Brother2Brother InternshipsInternal Events CoordinatorExternal Events CoordinatorCommunications CoordinatorApplication due Monday March 15th at 8:00amany questions contact [email protected]
L u n c h a n d L e a r n. ht tp s :/ /g o .un l . ed u/d ish-i t-up -2 0 2 1. V i r t u a l L o u n g e. March 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, & 30th. 12:00pm - 1:00pm. Join us for a conversation with four UNL experts who'll. explain the concept of Indigenous Sovereignty and. discuss why it matters today.