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.

Watch webstream of Nebraska Lecture featuring Ross Secord

Posted January 28, 2020

The Nebraska Lecture, “Looking Back and Looking Forward: the History of Vertebrate Paleontology at the University of Nebraska State Museum,” will be webcast Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 4:30 CST. View it here, or via Facebook Live. This is a live webcast, and the feed will be inactive until the presentation begins. If you access the feed early, […]


Deadline for Nebraska Lecture nominations is March 6

Posted January 24, 2020

The Research Council is seeking nominations for faculty to present the 2020-21 Nebraska Lectures. The deadline is March 6.


Register for Feb. 4 session focused on research impacts

Posted January 15, 2020

On Feb. 4, leaders from the new Center for Advancing the Societal Impacts of Research, or ARIS, will visit the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to discuss the center’s work to advance the impact efforts of researchers and engagement practitioners.


Accolades, December 2019

Posted January 10, 2020

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


Celebrating 150 years: Nebraska’s notable researchers, scholars

Posted January 10, 2020

As the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s sesquicentennial year draws to a close, take a look back at important researchers and scholars who shaped Nebraska as an institution and were pioneers in their fields. These notable Nebraskans were featured in the 2018-2019 Research Report, available online.


New grant writing workshop series focuses on the arts and humanities

Posted January 10, 2020

Registration is open for “The Art of Successful Grantsmanship: What You Need to Know Before You Write a Proposal in the Arts and Humanities,” a Feb. 7 grant writing workshop sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development.


Top Awards from Public Sponsors, November 2019

Posted January 10, 2020

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 Oct. 16, 2019, and Nov. 15, 2019, as reported through NUgrant, the electronic research administration system for the university.


Apply by March 2 for internal Layman funding

Posted January 8, 2020

March 2 is the deadline to apply for Layman awards, internal grants of up to $10,000 each aimed at enhancing faculty members’ ability to obtain external research funding to support prominent scholarly work.



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