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Steve Smith
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(402) 472-4226
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Dave Fitzgibbon
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(402) 472-8520
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Deann Gayman
Writer/Editor
(402) 472-8320
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Sean Hagewood
News Coordinator
(402) 472-8514
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Leslie Reed
National News
(402) 472-2059
lreed5@unl.edu
Scott Schrage
Science Writer/Editor
(402) 472-4206
sschrage2@unl.edu
Troy Fedderson
Internal News Editor
(402) 472-8515
tfedderson2@unl.edu
University Communications News Office
321 Canfield Administration
Lincoln, NE 68588

Recent News

Scott W. Killinger appointed interim dean of College of Architecture

July 31st

Scott W. Killinger has been appointed to the position of interim dean in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture. Ronnie Green, interim senior vice chancellor for academic affairs, announced the appointment on July 30. Killinger w. . .
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UNL report: Nebraska should see economic growth through 2015

July 24th

Nebraska’s Leading Economic Indicator continued to climb in June, suggesting that the state will experience strong economic growth through the end of 2015. The indicator, a composite of six factors that reflect economic growth produced by the Univ. . .
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Study is first to measure global population/energy relationship

July 24th

If you’ve lived between the year 1560 and the present day, more power to you. Literally. That’s one of several conclusions reached by University of Nebraska-Lincoln ecologist John DeLong, who has co-authored the first study to quantify the relat. . .
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Pound Hall to remain open during 2015-16 academic year

July 22nd

Pound Residence Hall will again be open to University of Nebraska-Lincoln students this fall, university housing officials said. This is the second consecutive year that Pound, which had originally been taken offline in early 2014, has remained open. . .
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Study: Property of non-stick pans improves solar cell efficiency

July 20th

The same quality that buffers a raincoat against downpours or a pan against sticky foods can also boost the performance of solar cells, according to a new study from UNL engineers. Published July 20 in the journal Nature Communications, the study sh. . .
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Law students selected to Nebraska Law Review, Moot Court Board

July 16th

Twenty-four University of Nebraska law students have accepted invitations to join the Nebraska Law Review or Moot Court Board. Students are selected to the Nebraska Law Review based on outstanding academic performance and being ranked in the top 10 . . .
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