University Center Gallery Lounge Room 201-B (map)
The Diversity Book Discussion is a program offered each semester for students, faculty and staff. Participants discuss different perspectives of diversity and inclusion in literature. Lunch will be provided. This event is co-sponsored by the Diversity Engagement Center and the Honors Program. For more information, please contact Follow us on Facebook @UNODiversity.  
Recreational and Fitness Center (Wellness Center) (map)

Among tournaments being played are ping pong, shuffle board, free throw contest, football toss, etc. 

Contact: Edgar Avila Jr. or (504) 280-6415

UC 211 (map)
On Thursday, February 21 (12:15pm-1:15pm) in UC 211 (Innsbruck Room), Dr. Al Kennedy will discuss the dynamic life of Big Chief Robbe of the black masking Indians. Dr. Kennedy’s 2018 book Chief of Chiefs: Robert Nathaniel Lee and The Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans, 1915-2011 explores Robbe’s life through the numerous conversations Robbe had with Dr. Kennedy. This talk with the author gives audience members the opportunity to learn more about the life of Big Chief Robbe. &nbs...
Homer L. Hitt Alumni and Visitor Center (map)
Come out and enjoy Bangladeshi culture with some delicious food and lot more! There will be cultural display and some food! This event is free and open to the public.
University Center (map)
Innsbruck Suite, University Center Thursday, February 28, 2019, from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm Contact: Jennifer Nguyen, AMRI Program Manager at 504-280-6840 or
University Center 201C (map)
The Diversity Engagement Center invites you to an engaging, interactive discussion led by distinguished emeritus faculty Ann Edwards. This week's topic will focus on gender and family. Lunch will be provided.
Liberal Arts Building Room 236 (map)
To celebrate Women's History Month, Kalo Gow, Assistant Professor Film and Theatre, and Elaine Brooks, professor of Spanish, will speak on the subject of literary heroines. This event is co-sponsored by the Women’s Center, Women’s and Gender Studies, Department of English, and Foreign Languages.
Kirschman Hall (map)
UNO welcomes teams from high schools across the state to the 2019 Louisiana Regional Science Bowl. Teams will compete in a round-robin question and answer tournament designed to test students’ knowledge in the scientific disciplines.  Registration starts at 7:30am. This event is not open to the public. Parking: Event parking is available in the large and small lots to the north of Kirschman Hall (See building #19 on downloadable map below). Guests parking in other locations will...