Obtain a Travel Signature

Are you a UNL student or scholar planning to leave the country soon? Learn more at: https://globalnebraska.unl.edu/obtaining-travel-signature 

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Members of the Global Strategy Committee for Nebraska’s ACE Internationalization Laboratory met at the kickoff meeting on January 23, 2020.
Nebraska to write first internationalization strategy as part of ACE Laboratory

Nebraska expects to have its first-ever, university-wide global engagement strategy created in 2020 as part of the American Council on Education (ACE) Internationalization Laboratory. 

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Omaha Film Festival to spotlight film talent around the world

One of the largest film events in the Midwest, the 15th Annual Omaha Film Festival took place from March 3-8. The festival featured over 100 films, which judges selected from 1000, submissions from around the world. The festival has featured award-winning films that received a national theatrical release in the past through special screenings.

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Freshman Grace Gawecki poses for her application photo at the UNL Passport Office. Gawecki was one of 88 UNL students who applied for a passport through the Husker Passport Giveaway.
Husker Passport Giveaway empowers students to ‘broaden their horizons’ and study abroad

Last September, the Education Abroad Office launched an exciting new initiative with the UNL Passport Office to cover up to 100 first-time passport applications from UNL students. As students await their finished passports in March, many look forward to studying abroad and experiencing new cultures.

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The 2019-20 Global Peer Assistant team is made up of 15 domestic and international students from around the world to help build connections on campus for new international students. Junior Linh Tran is pictured at the bottom right.
ISSO Global Peer Assistant program transforms UNL student experience

The International Student and Scholar Office (ISSO) Global Peer Assistant Program helps new international students transition to UNL and build connections on campus. For junior Linh Tran, it also changed the trajectory of her Husker career.

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PIESL lecturers and staff pose with some of the summer program students in 2001.
PIESL celebrates 60 years of teaching English as a Second Language

From a one-faculty department in 1960, to a full-fledged unit that offers innovative English language instruction and customized programs for non-native speakers, Nebraska's Programs in English as a Second Language (PIESL) has a rich history to celebrate in its 60th anniversary this year. 

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Malaysian Night is March 7

Malaysian Night 2020 is a multicultural event hosted by the Nebraska University Malaysian Students Association. Aiming to celebrate Malaysian Culture, Malaysian Night was a myriad of Malaysian food, performances, and interactive booths on Mar. 7.

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Leviathan in Syria: Using Thomas Hobbes to Understand Syrian Civilians’ Alternatives
Global Café to explore human rights issues in Syria

Julia Reilly, lecturer in political science, will give the presentation "Leviathan in Syria: Using Thomas Hobbes to Understand Syrian Civilians’ Alternatives,” from 1 to 2 p.m. Feb. 28 in Oldfather Hall, Room 827. The event, hosted by Global Café, will highlight the principles of human rights.

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A new study abroad trip to Australia will focus on natural resources, communications, eco-tourism and the environment. | Courtesy photo
Informational sessions set for new study abroad to Australia

The School of Natural Resources is leading a new study abroad trip to Australia over winter break 2020. The trip, a partnership between Mark Burbach of SNR, and Laura Young, of the Agricultural Leadership, Education & Communication department, will focus on natural resources, communications, eco-tourism and the environment.

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Noreen McDonald
Hyde Lecture to explore impacts of travel changes

Noreen McDonald, chair of the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will present the College of Architecture's next Hyde Lecture at 4 p.m. Feb. 28 in the Nebraska Union's Swanson Auditorium. In "Changing Technology, Changing Travel: Thinking About Our Transport Future,” McDonald will discuss technological advances that have given communities new ways to travel, shop and interact. The talk will use health as a lens to explore these changes and identify opportunities to promote equitable mobility.

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