Inside SNR | Rundquist honored; Bat guide released

Rundquist honored following seminar

Former CALMIT director Don Rundquist (left) shares a laugh with former student Mark Svoboda—who authors the U.S. Drought Monitor—shortly after a brief ceremony Monday, Nov. 12, that honored Rundquist's dedicated service to UNL. Rundquist, former director Former CALMIT director Don Rundquist was presented with a surprise party following his Nov. 12 seminar, "40 Years of Remote Sensing at Nebraska." Rundquist, who began his career as a graduate student at UNL in the early 1970s, is expected to retire this year. Continue reading…

UNL Extension releases NebGuide on bats

A Brazilian free-tailed bat is among the 13 species of bats found in Nebraska. (Photo by Larry Korhnak)As winter approaches, the chances of encountering bats in the attic or other unheated areas of the home increase as they seek a place to hibernate. A NebGuide released this month by the UNL Extension and IANR can help homeowners prevent such occurrences. Continue reading…

No seminars this week

There will be no seminars this week in Hardin Hall.

Seminars resume next week, beginning with the School of Natural Resources Seminar Series on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The Geography and Applied Ecology seminar series’ will both host talks on Friday, Nov. 30. Continue reading…

Thesis Defense: Kirk Steffensen

Kirk Steffensen will defend his master thesis, "Population Characteristics, Development of a Predictive Population Viability Model, and Catch Dynamics for Pallid Sturgeon in the Lower Missouri River," at 1 p.m., Monday, Nov. 26 in Hardin Hall room 901. His adviser is Mark Pegg. Continue reading…

Originally published November 19, 2012 - Submit an Item