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Spring Research Fair begins Tuesday

Spring Research Fair begins Tuesday

Poster sessions featuring graduate students' and undergraduates' research and creativity are highlights of the spring UNL Research Fair Tuesday and Wednesday. Faculty and staff are encouraged to attend and support UNL students’ outstanding work. MORE ...

Nebraska Lecture explores value of humanities

Nebraska Lecture explores value of humanities

The value of imagination, and how it inspires critical thinking and new ideas, is the focus of UNL's spring Nebraska Lecture April 16. English professor Stephen Behrendt will present "So What Good Are the Humanities, Anyway?" at 2:30 p.m. in the Nebraska Union, with a reception following. Watch the live webcast here. MORE ...

Weiss wins Fulbright for ikat research

Weiss wins Fulbright for ikat research

Wendy Weiss, professor and director of the Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery, has been awarded a Fulbright-Nehru Senior Scholar grant to continue her ikat weaving research in Gujarat, India. MORE ...

DiRusso selected as Jefferson Science Fellow

DiRusso selected as Jefferson Science Fellow

UNL biochemistry professor Concetta DiRusso has been selected as a Jefferson Science Fellow for 2014-15. She was chosen from a large number of professors nationwide who are accomplished in the fields of science and engineering. MORE ...

Solving problem behaviors at school, home

Solving problem behaviors at school, home

An innovative UNL program to help teachers solve classroom behavior problems also helps parents reduce temper tantrums and disobedience at home, a new study shows. MORE ...

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Come check out our graduate students' excellent work at today's Graduate Student Poster Session, part of the spring UNL Research Fair. The poster session is 3:30-5 p.m. in the Nebraska Union Centennial Room and ballroom.

So, what good are the humanities, anyway? (Hint: They're crucial!) Join us for the April 16 Nebraska Lecture to learn more about this timely topic from UNL English professor Stephen Behrendt. http://go.unl.edu/q3k3 #neblecture

Hastings, Neb., businessman Ken Morrison (center), who provided the lead gift for the original construction, attends Wednesday's ribbon cutting. Also pictured are NCV director Charles Wood (left) and UNL Chancellor Harvey Perlman (right).

Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communications © 2014, The Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska. All rights reserved.


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