Request a Presentation
OASIS offers various presentations and workshops for the UNL campus. To request a workshop or presentation, please complete the form below and our staff will respond to your requests as soon as possible.
Dish It Up!
This workshop is an interactive and engaging group discussion where participants address topics related to politics, current events, and diversity and inclusion. This workshop is ideal for faculty, staff and students. (45-60 minutes)
All are Welcome: Diversity & Inclusion Basics
This workshop is an introductory presentation where participants explore their own identity, address various diversity and social justice topics, and participants engage in meaningful dialogue. This workshop is ideal for faculty, staff and students. (30-45 minutes)
How to Tape an Elbow: Retention of Marginalized Students
This presentation provides valuable retention materials by providing attendees the opportunity to experience imposter syndrome and marginality on a small but moving personal level with an innovative opening activity. This presentation is ideal for faculty and staff. (45-60 minutes)
Navigating the DACA/Undocumented Student Experience
This presentation will share practices faculty/staff can use at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln to assist our DACA and undocumented students navigate areas like financial aid, advising, health care services (including mental health), internships, and post-graduation plans. This presentation is ideal for faculty and staff. (45-60 minutes)
A Presentation on Civil Discourse
During this presentation participants will discuss and share skills necessary for civil discourse. This presentation is ideal for faculty and staff. (45-60 minutes)
The OUCH! Workshop is focused on understanding the impact of stereotypes and biased statements; identifying the most common reasons individuals remain silent in situations of bias and stereotypes; and providing participants the tools for speaking up against stereotypes without blame or guilt. This workshop is ideal for faculty, staff and students. (45-60 minutes)
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