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(2 days ago) Jan 10, 2022 · Lincoln Journal Star: How to report, and host, Lincoln's new flying squirrels. January 10, 2022. Our university is a place where every person and every interaction matters. I look forward to building upon our shared …
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(1 day ago) News NCPA is making a difference in our scholar's lives, and in the community. UNL chancellor presents 50 OPS students with admission to university. One by one, the Omaha North High School students walked across the stage and were handed a shiny bright red envelope from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green.
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(1 day ago) Recent News. Student comfort, safety focus of CSO uniform update. 6 minutes ago . On Campus. Schaffert's 'Perfume Thief' earns international recognition. 7 minutes ago . Arts Society & Culture On Campus. If you are COVID-19 positive, do not retest. 8 minutes ago . On Campus.
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(1 day ago) Katie Edwards, director of the Interpersonal Violence Research Laboratory and associate professor of educational psychology, is leading research to better understand how sex trafficking survivors regard the services they receive — and to learn what services they find most helpful. “We want to identify not only barriers to accessing services and why survivors access some …
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(1 day ago) IANR News provides breaking news and information about Nebraska Extension, agricultural research and teaching activities in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.
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(2 days ago) Jan 14, 2022 · In a follow-up to the groundbreaking 2017 survey study where he first measured the effects of the political climate on Americans’ physical, social, mental and emotional health, Smith has published a new article in PLOS ONE. Smith repeated the same 32-question survey twice in 2020 — two weeks prior to the election, and two weeks after. The 2020 findings …
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(1 day ago) 3 hours ago · *“When you’re finished and you put the book out there in the world, readers are approaching it with new perspectives, and relating to the book. It can be exciting to hear these new perspectives on material you’ve been working on for years.”* — **Timothy Schaffert**, author of "The Perfume Thief," and director of the Creative Writing Program
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(1 day ago) Recent News. Groundwater measurements of herbicide may underestimate human exposure. 5 days ago . Agriculture & Environment Science & Technology. Address University of Nebraska–Lincoln 1217 Q St. Lincoln, NE 68588 US. About the UComm News Team; Submit a Story; Related Links. University Communication;
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(2 days ago) Recent News. Schaffert's 'Perfume Thief' earns international recognition. 10 minutes ago . Arts Society & Culture On Campus. If you are COVID-19 positive, do not retest. 11 minutes ago . On Campus. New research inquiry aims to improve support for …
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(1 day ago) The Nebraska Local Food & Farm Conference is a dynamic collaboration combining NSAS’s Healthy Farms Conference, the Nebraska Regional Food Systems Summit, and the Nebraska Specialty Crops Conference & Trade Show into 2 full days of educational sessions, farmer forums, roundtable conversations, and keynotes.
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(1 day ago) Aug 30, 2021 · from CEHS News: Twelve researchers from the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln were listed among the top 2% of the most cited researchers worldwide throughout their careers, according to research on metascience by Stanford University. Janos Zempleni is second in career-long impact from CEHS.
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(1 day ago) Jan 14, 2022 · The Associated Press version of the article has been picked up by the Beatrice Daily Sun, Columbus Telegram, Fremont Tribune, Hastings Tribune, News Channel Nebraska and 20-plus other media outlets. Read the article. Eric Thompson discussed Nebraska's record-low unemployment rate in a Dec. 17 Omaha World-Herald article. Read the story.
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(1 day ago) Jan 03, 2022 · In a lot of ways, 2021 was much like 2020 — difficult and anxiety-inducing. But it also showed the strength of Huskers, as each forged ahead on teaching, learning, research, outreach and serving the greater good against a backdrop of a pandemic and political turmoil. The year ushered in the 150th anniversary of the founding of the University ...
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(2 days ago) Dec 08, 2021 · Recent News. Castro discusses 'Sex and the City' reboot in New York Times. 10 hours ago . Society & Culture. University updates COVID-19 protocols for spring 2022. 22 hours ago . On Campus. Husker balances motherhood, passion for art. Yesterday . On Campus.
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(1 day ago) News. Volunteers sought for MLK Week of Service. Undergraduate Ed diversity plans focused on student success. Additional finalists for inclusive leadership, learning position to interview Dec 13-14. Native Nebraskan, activist featured in Dec. 8 #NCLUDE meeting.
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(2 days ago) Jan 14, 2022 · College of Business faculty, students and staff continue to excel in fulfilling the college's mission to drive discovery, create opportunity and …
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(1 day ago) Jan 03, 2022 · The year in pictures. Samantha Moore, William Roarty and Jace Armstrong let the wind do the work as they blow bubbles outside the Nebraska Union at the Spring Breakout, a midday festival with free games, music, and prizes. Again, 2021 brought unprecedented challenges, but also opportunity to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
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(2 days ago) Jan 18, 2022 · Martha Mamo has been reappointed as head of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's department of agronomy and horticulture, a position she has held since 2019. Her reappointment took effect on Jan. 1.
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(1 day ago) Jul 20, 2021 · News. UNL Planning Works to Preserve Rare Nebraska Saline Wetland Species & Environment. One can search the entire earth and nowhere else in the world will one find a small, tiny insect called the Salt Creek tiger beetle but here in eastern Nebraska, more specifically in the few remnant saline marshes near Lincoln.
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(1 day ago) The Husker Venture Fund, a student organization, gives students the opportunity to explore opportunities in venture capital and startup investing while also helping fund Nebraska-owned early-stage startups. The organization originated from discussions held by Joe Petsick, executive in residence and assistant professor of practice in management, Emily Kist, senior finance …
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(2 days ago) Dec 10, 2021 · Recent News. COVID-19 Digest: New isolation guidelines in place for Huskers. 4 hours ago . On Campus. Honors, 4-H team on 'winternship' STEM outreach. 19 hours ago . Society & Culture On Campus. 31 Huskers earn Gilman Scholarship for education abroad.
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(1 day ago) Nov 10, 2021 · Nearly 80% of the world’s population is infected with herpes simplex virus, according to the World Health Organization. Like all herpesviruses, HSV enters the nervous system and remains there for a lifetime, sometimes causing contagious symptoms and, in worst cases, damaging the brain. Currently, there is no HSV vaccine on the market.. Nebraska’s …
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(1 day ago) Dec 15, 2021 · Huskers need to be aware of phishing scams. With the end of the semester approaching and holiday shopping in full swing, Information Technology Services is encouraging Huskers to be on high alert when it comes to phishing scams. In November, more than 130,000 spam emails were blocked across the University of Nebraska system.
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(2 days ago) Oct 29, 2020 · News. Fall 2020 College of Architecture Newsletter. December 1, 2020. Read more. Architecture Studio Explores Solutions for Environmental Sustainability Using AI Technology. Technology and artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly touching every aspect of our lives and in many ways we wouldn’t expect. AI has the ability to assist ...
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(1 day ago) News . Search News. Enter your search text separated by , Achievements for January 2022 Jan 14 2022 9:00 AM Learn more about recent honors, appointments and publications at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Business in this month's achievements column. ...
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(1 day ago) The expanded administrative leave will be observed on Dec. 22-23. The last work day of the year is Dec. 21. The university will be closed Dec. 24 for an already-scheduled holiday in observance of Dec. 25. Monthly paid leave-eligible employees will receive regular salary for these days and do not have to submit administrative leave.
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(1 day ago) NCPA. helps fuel Chavez’s collegiate dreams. Bryan Chavez, a first-generation student who graduates Dec. 18 with degrees in computer science and mathematics, stands in front of a supercomputer in the Holland Computing Center. Chavez's success on campus was fueled by support received through the Nebraska College Prep Academy.
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(2 days ago) Dec 06, 2021 · The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has received a five-year, $51 million grant from the National Science Foundation that will advance cutting-edge work in subatomic physics at CERN ’s Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest, most powerful particle accelerator located near Geneva, Switzerland.. The grant — one of the largest in the university’s history — will …
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(2 days ago) News . Search News. Enter your search text separated by , Graduates Prepare to Take the Stage at Commencement Dec 17 2021 9:00 AM For students like Delaney Stienblock, a senior finance major, graduation goes beyond a cap and gown. As she crosses the stage at Pinnacle Bank Arena this December, alongside more than 300 other Nebraska Business ...
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(2 days ago) Nov 22, 2021 · See More News. College of Business Address College of Business 730 N. 14th Street P.O. Box 880405 Lincoln, NE 68588-0405 US Undergraduate Advising Phone. Undergraduate Advising Questions: 402-472-2310 firstname.lastname@example.org Graduate Advising Phone. Graduate Programs Questions: 402-472-2338 email@example.com
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(1 day ago) The Early Learning Network is housed within the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families & Schools at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The Early Learning Network is a research network working to improve the academic success of children, especially those from historically marginalized groups, by identifying research-proven policies and practices that …
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(2 days ago) May 05, 2020 · News. Cantarero to retire after 31 Years with CRP Program. The UNL College of Architecture announces the retirement of Community and Regional Planning (CRP) Associate Professor Rodrigo Cantarero with great appreciation for his contributions and service. At the time of Cantarero’s retirement, he dutifully served the college and its community ...
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(1 day ago) Dec 06, 2021 · Recent News. COVID-19 Digest: Vaccine, booster clinic is Jan. 26. 3 hours ago . On Campus 'A miracle': Nebraska team aids escape from Afghanistan. 22 hours ago . Society & Culture. Chancellor explores entrepreneurial focus of Engler Agribusiness program. 2 days ago
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(2 days ago) Nov 04, 2019 · News; News. College of Architecture Students Helping UNL Partners Envision Possibilities for New Facility . In the next couple of years, UNL’s Ruth Staples Child Development Lab and the Family Resource Center will likely break ground on a new duplex facility just east of the Barkley Memorial Center aimed at capturing and enhancing the synergy ...
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(2 days ago) Dec 10, 2021 · Recent News. Chancellor explores entrepreneurial focus of Engler Agribusiness program. 6 hours ago . Process improves strength, color of feather-based fibers. 6 hours ago . Agriculture & Environment Science & Technology. Gateway courses are focus of Aspirational Teaching Institute.
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(1 day ago) *“The professors and everyone here were so supportive. They made everything flexible for me so that I could travel. Everyone helped — my adviser, the department chair, the students, everyone. I felt the love.”* — **Blessing Ademokoya**, December 2021 graduate
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(1 day ago) Feb 12, 2021 · News With a Mission of Design Equity, Kia Weatherspoon Presents the Last Hyde Lecture of the Season Renown diversity and design equity advocate Kia Weatherspoon, president of Determined by Design, joins the College of Architecture for the last Hyde lecture of the spring semester, presenting “Design Without Labels – Design Equity ...
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(2 days ago) Feb 19, 2019 · News. 2019 Alumna Master Sherri (Arnold) Privitera . Sherri (Arnold) Privitera doesn’t believe in work-life balance. “The word balance is hard for women in particular,” she explained. “I like to call it work-life integration because there isn’t ever balance. Sometimes you need to spend more time in your home or personal life, and ...
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(1 day ago) Oct 11, 2021 · *Elizabeth Spiller, executive vice chancellor for academic affairs, announced her resignation to colleagues in an Oct. 11 email:* Dear UNL Colleagues, It is with mixed feelings that I write to all of you. As you know, I arrived at the university as we closed our doors because of COVID in the spring of 2020.
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(2 days ago) Nov 23, 2021 · More News. Drought Center develops new objective blend tools Jan. 11 2022. Meet NDMC’s newest staff member, Maddie Goebel Nov. 23 2021. Drought Center creates tool that could help detect emerging impacts by tracking news Nov. 8 2021. Southwest Drought Learning Network Sharing Management Practices team shares lessons learned during regional ...
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(1 day ago) Farritor urged the graduates to find a center that grounds them, away from the ups and downs of fortune. He pointed out that his advanced kinematics students know that at the center of a spinning wheel, one has no velocity; but the further away from it one gets, the faster one goes. “It’s only at the center of the wheel where things slow ...
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(2 days ago) Feb 20, 2020 · News. ASHED wins the National ACSA Design-Build award. The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) awarded Associate Professor Jason Griffiths from the University of Nebraska’s College of Architecture a prestigious 2020 Architectural Education Award. March 3, 2020.
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(1 day ago) Aug 13, 2021 · More News. U.S. Drought Monitor feature provides emailed alerts about county-level drought designations Dec. 9 2021. Meet NDMC’s newest staff member, Maddie Goebel Nov. 23 2021. Drought Center creates tool that could help detect emerging impacts by tracking news Nov. 8 2021. U.S. Drought Monitor now searchable by tribal area Aug. 10 2021
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(1 day ago) Aug 10, 2021 · More News. Drought Center develops new objective blend tools Jan. 11 2022. U.S. Drought Monitor feature provides emailed alerts about county-level drought designations Dec. 9 2021. Meet NDMC’s newest staff member, Maddie Goebel Nov. 23 2021. Drought Center creates tool that could help detect emerging impacts by tracking news Nov. 8 2021
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