The Nebraska Student Alumni Association and the Nebraska Alumni Association will host All Stressed Out December 10-14. The Wick Alumni Center will offer a quiet place to study and enjoy free food and caffeinated drinks, free Wi-Fi and late-night study hours.
Learn how you could visiting Guatemala through service-learning! We will be working with Constru Casa to build basic housing for families in extreme poverty. Experience includes excursions to historic sites in Guatemala. Info sessions: 12/12 - 4pm; 12/13 - 12pm; 12/14 - 4pm.
The Innocents Society is the Chancellor's senior honorary and uniquely Nebraskan. In the spring, 13 new members are chosen from the junior class. Membership is based upon superior academic achievement, unparalleled leadership, and selfless service to the university and community. Continue reading…More details at: https://innocents.unl.edu/apply
HCC is hosting a Software Carpentry Workshop at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln on January 3-5. Learn how to use Bash, Git and R to manage and automate your research data analysis. This three-day workshop will feature two days of extended R overview including the R-core and popular packages. Continue reading…More details at: https://unlhcc.github.io/2018-01-03-UNL/
The Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska has awarded grants to 11 University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty, including Jesse Korus, of SNR, to provide assistantships to graduate students doing research that contributes to global water and food security. Continue reading…More details at: http://waterforfood.nebraska.edu/