Now in its sixth year, UNO Marketing Week is designed to help interested students, particularly marketing majors, prepare for careers by hearing first-hand lessons from those who work in the field. Featured speakers will visit regularly scheduled marketing and other business administration classes throughout the week. Marketing Week lectures are open to all UNO students. See full schedule here: 
University Center 201B (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. This event is co-sponsored by the Diversity Engagement Center and the Honors Program.
Kirschman Hall Room 122 (map)
Chris Miller has over 25 years’ experience with food service, CPG, technology and toy brands.He is currently consulting for Einstein Bros Bagels on innovation and channel strategy, and advising other clients on brand positioning and consumer insights.  Previously, he led all marketing efforts as VP Marketing at #2 smoothie chain Smoothie King; and as CMO of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, a high growth fast casual chain. 
International Education Center Lounge (map)
The UNO Soccer Club will highlight their organization’s diversity and use the game FIFA to help engage students from all around the world. Lunchtime refreshments will be provided.
Kirschman Hall 137 (map)

UNO's local anime club holds its general meetings where we view different genres of Japanese animation. Open to the public.

Forest by Privateer Place (map)
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University Center (map)

Meet in front of the UC at 8:30am. Explore the one of the swamps of South Louisiana with a tour guide. There is no cost to attend. Must bring your own sack lunch. To register email Kimberly at kimberly-icm@cox.net.

Earl K. Long Library Quad (map)
The ISO World Cup Tournament is a soccer tournament played by students. Participants from all over the world play soccer and enjoy competing against one another. This event is co-sponsored by the Diversity Engagement Center and the International Student Organization.
Forest by Privateer Place (map)
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Forest by Privateer Place (map)
p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px Calibri; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} span.s2 {text-decoration: underline ; font-kerning: none; color: #042eee; -webkit-text-stroke: 0px #042eee} A fun spooky event for the campus: Test of Courage is a haunted house experience held in the forest by Privateer Place. Fabricated solely by UNO students, this is an affordable and exciting event open to all! Entry fee of $3 required. All major credit cards accepted....
Pontchartrain Hall Courtyard (map)

Come out and enjoy FREE pancakes and meet new friends. 

Between UC and Recreation and Fitness Center (map)
Chalk the Walk is an auxiliary event for Take Back the Night, an international effort to raise awareness about sexual violence. Several local universities are conducting their own campus initiatives in conjunction with this effort. On Monday, October 23, students are invited to visit the University Center north patio between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and "chalk the walk" with positive messages of support for survivors of sexual violence. The goal is to demonstrate campus support at UNO for student...
University Center (map)
“Complexity of Diversity: Challenges in Student Retention” Mark C. Montgomery, PhD Associate Dean of Social Sciences and Public Services Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC)   4:00 - 5:30pm Barataria Room University Center UNO Lakefront Campus How students engage their academic path varies widely. To predict “success,” education researchers and stakeholders try to model, predict and assess the impact of internal and external forces on student perf...
Privateer Place Clubhouse (map)

Dinner - 6pm (FREE)

Worship - 6:30pm

Recreational and Fitness Center (Wellness Center) (map)
Take part in Spooktacular Tournament Night and compete against other ghouls and goblins at the Rec Center. Tournaments offered: Table tennis, shuffle board, badminton, 3 point shootout, and racquetball. We encourage you to wear your scariest costume!
University Center Atrium (map)
This event is to expose UNO students to African-American contributions in Science, Technology, Mathematics, and Engineering (STEM). Lunchtime refreshments will be provided.
Liberal Arts Building, Room 234 (map)
The featured speaker for this event is Megan Gafford, Artist in Residence at Redline Contemporary Art Center in Denver, Colorado and a 2011 magna cum laude graduate of UNO's Honors Program. Gafford will discuss the use of art as propaganda in politics and the role identity politics plays in the art world. Gafford will discuss specific political activities, such as "women only" themed shows and key political artists, within broader philosophical questi...
Kirschman Hall 120 (map)
Join us for an exciting event that will highlight the various diverse professions and fields within our eclectic department. This event will have food and beverages.
University Center 201B (map)
Please join us for an engaging, interactive discussion led by distinguished emeritus faculty Ann Edwards. This week’s topic will focus on foods of the world. Lunchtime refreshments will be provided.