Professors and students from the Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory and international award winning Quarter-Scale Tractor Team—both part of the UNL Biological Systems Engineering Department—will help visitors learn how mechanized systems management and agriculture engineers develop tractors from initial design concepts through final manufacturing. Quarter-scale tractors built by the test lab will be on display outside Morrill Hall.
HUBBARD LECTURE: FIRST PEOPLES OF THE PLAINS Thursday, October 1 | Event held at the Sheldon Museum of Art
5:00pm Public Reception | 6:00pm "Warrior Women" Program; Q&A to follow
Event is free and open to the public thanks to generous contributions from Anne M. Hubbard, M.D. the Claire M. Hubbard Foundation and the Cooper Foundation.
"Warrior Women" is the untold story of American Indian Movement activists who fought for civil rights in the 1970s, and the children who served as their inspiration and their cohorts. Warrior Women unveils not only the women's perspective on history, but also real-life activist echoing far beyond news events into generations to come. The third annual Hubbard Lecture is host to a special presentation providing a glimpse into the making of this powerful film from both behind and in front of the camera.