News for Researchers

Research News features information to enhance the success of our research, scholarship and creative activities. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Office of Research and Economic Development publishes the newsletter monthly to provide news about research, faculty resources, services, policies and procedures, accomplishments and coming events.

Today at the Research Fair: Wednesday, Nov. 7

Posted November 7, 2018

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Research Fair continues today, capped by the fall Nebraska Lecture with Husker biologist Eileen Hebets, “Using Arachnids to Inspire D.R.E.A.M.S.”

What’s happening Wednesday

  • Team Science: The Toolbox Project Workshop, morning session, 9-11 a.m.; afternoon session, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Nebraska Union, Regency Suite
  • Association for Women in Science Luncheon, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Wick Alumni Center. Registration required.
  • Fall Nebraska Lecture with Eileen Hebets: “Using Arachnids to Inspire D.R.E.A.M.S.” 3:30-4:30 p.m., Nebraska Union auditorium, with a reception following. A live webstream is available here.

More resources

The Office of Research and Economic Development hosts the Research Fair in cooperation with campus partners. Events are free and open to faculty, staff and students, although some require registration. Participants are encouraged to use the #ResearchFair hashtag on social media or tag @UNLresearch on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for the chance to be featured.


Today at the Research Fair: Thursday, Nov. 8

Posted November 6, 2018

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln fall Research Fair concludes today with five events, including three aimed at helping Husker faculty successfully pursue National Institutes of Health Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer funding, known as SBIR/STTR. The fair wraps up with the first-ever Faculty Science Slam, where Nebraska faculty will present short, engaging talks about their research and creative activity.

What’s happening Thursday

More resources

The Office of Research and Economic Development hosts the Research Fair in cooperation with campus partners. Events are free and open to faculty, staff and students, although some require registration. Participants are encouraged to use the #ResearchFair hashtag on social media or tag @UNLresearch on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for the chance to be featured.


Today at the Research Fair: Tuesday, Nov. 6

Posted November 6, 2018

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Research Fair kicks off today, starting with the Faculty Recognition Breakfast from 8-9:30 a.m. in the Nebraska Union’s Centennial Room. Susan Fitzpatrick, president of the James S. McDonnell Foundation, is the keynote speaker. Don’t miss this annual celebration of faculty accomplishments.

What’s happening Tuesday

More resources

The Office of Research and Economic Development hosts the Research Fair in cooperation with campus partners. Events are free and open to faculty, staff and students, although some require registration. Participants are encouraged to use the #ResearchFair hashtag on social media or tag @UNLresearch on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for the chance to be featured.


Celebrate success at the Research Fair, Nov. 6-8

Posted November 2, 2018

Opportunities to celebrate faculty accomplishments, learn how to partner with foundations and industry, and explore research interests are available at the fall Research Fair, Nov. 6-8. Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend this biannual celebration of research, creativity and scholarly activity.


Top Awards from Public Sponsors, September 2018

Posted November 2, 2018

The following list of awards from public entities includes all arts and humanities grants of $10,000 or more and all other grants of $200,000 or more between Aug. 16, 2018, and Sept. 15, 2018, as reported through NUgrant, the university’s electronic research administration system.


Accolades, October 2018

Posted November 1, 2018

Accolades are compiled from faculty and staff nominations, weekly Achievement columns published by University Communication, and college, center and departmental websites.


Develop competitive DOE grant writing skills at Dec. 6 workshop

Posted November 1, 2018

Researchers interested in pursuing Department of Energy funding are encouraged to attend a Dec. 6 professional development workshop, “Demystifying the U.S. Department of Energy.”


Help shape NURAMP training

Posted October 31, 2018

To help the Office of Research and Economic Development shape the future of the Research Administration Management Program, or NURAMP, provide feedback via a five-minute survey. Input on past experiences and ideas for new topics are helpful as ORED considers changes to ensure NURAMP remains relevant and valuable.



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