NebraskaSCIENCE Newsletter - May 2017

Chem Ed 2017 set for July 2017 in South Dakota

Today is the last day to get Early Bird Registration for Chem Ed 2017, hosted on the beautiful campus of South Dakota State University. If you are a Chemistry educator at the high school level, this is a great conference to attend. Early bird registration closes today. Continue reading…

UNL STEM Expo coincides with solar eclipse

Kearney Visitors BureauMark your calendars for UNL’s Science and Engineering Expo Fair at Haymarket Park on August 21, the day of the 2017 solar eclipse! We will experience a total solar eclipse, bringing midnight darkness, at 1:02:36pm for a total of 1 minute and 24 seconds. It will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience! Continue reading…

Alumnus gifts boost Cedar Point Biological Station

A biological sciences graduate student conducts research near the Cedar Point Biological Station in 2015. Dr. Mark D. Baxa and his wife, Deb, have donated $570,000 to the University of Nebraska Foundation for scholarships, fellowships and a new cabin at tStudents who participate in biology field research and experiential learning at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Cedar Point Biological Station will benefit for years to come from two gifts provided by Nebraska alumnus Dr. Mark D. Baxa and his wife, Deb, of Charlotte, North Carolina. Continue reading…

Originally published May 15, 2017 - Submit an Item