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Panther earns CAREER Award to improve engineering education

June 20, 2024

Husker researcher Grace Panther aims to develop engineering pedagogy — methods of teaching — where strong visuo-spatial skills are less central to success. With a five-year, $650,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development Program, she will advance her work to create pedagogy that is more inclusive and equitable, enabling students with a wide range of visuo-spatial skills to earn engineering degrees and join the STEM workforce.



Belcher earns Fulbright to train new forensic anthropologists

June 17, 2024

Nearly 80 years after the end of World War II, efforts are still underway to retrieve those who went missing in action — many lost in downed aircraft. A Lincoln researcher will use his Fulbright award to train students in India to do this meticulous work.


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Three Huskers focused on summer research in Japan

June 18, 2024

Three Nebraska Engineering students and a physics student from Nebraska Wesleyan University are on a unique research adventure for nine weeks, working on a project at a university in Japan.


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