The university community can see for itself how two student organizations and the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences fared on a recent episode of the reality television and university club cook-off series “Dining with the Dean.”
The UNL-flavored episode has been posted online at http://go.unl.edu/qde. It debuted Nov. 3 on BYU Television, a network that isn’t carried by Lincoln’s Time Warner Cable, but reaches some 62 million homes through other cable and satellite providers. The schedule for re-airings is available online at http://byutv.org.
The culinary challenge pitted the National Agri-Marketing Association versus the Afrikan People’s Union. Each team had three hours and $30 to prepare a three-course meal for David Manderscheid, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Teams also had to incorporate at least one ingredient in each course that they had on hand before the contest.
The Afrikan People’s Union advocates for the interests of UNL’s black student body, both on and off campus, celebrates their shared cultural heritage, and offers opportunities for leadership and empowerment.
NAMA connects students with professionals, experiences and career possibilities in marketing, advertising, communications and other related areas of agribusiness.
— Jean Ortiz Jones, University Communications
More details at: http://go.unl.edu/qde