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Left: The bucket rig crew lowering the shallow surface casing in the large diameter hole at the drilling site. Right: Reverse rotary drilling rig and the mud pit as seen from the geologist's table. (Photos courtesy Doug Hallum)
Left: The bucket rig crew lowering the shallow surface casing in the large diameter hole at the drilling site. Right: Reverse rotary drilling rig and the mud pit as seen from the geologist's table. (Photos courtesy Doug Hallum)

CSD drills 3rd deepest test hole ever for multiagency project

The Conservation and Survey Division in UNL's School of Natural Resources recently led a multiagency drilling project that resulted in the organization's third deepest test hole ever at 1,721 feet below land surface. Continue reading…

Updated SNR fall seminar series schedule announced

An updated version of the 2014 SNR fall seminar series schedule has been announced. The series features 13 presentations that will kick off on Sept. 3 and conclude on Dec. 3.An updated version of the 2014 SNR fall seminar series schedule has been announced. The series features 13 presentations that will kick off on Sept. 3 and conclude on Dec. 3. All presentations will take place at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesdays in the Hardin Hall auditorium (unless otherwise stated). Continue reading…

The Sheldon Museum of Art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is looking for volunteers to join its docent program, which celebrates its 50th anniversary with the 2014-15 academic year.
The Sheldon Museum of Art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is looking for volunteers to join its docent program, which celebrates its 50th anniversary with the 2014-15 academic year.

Sheldon Museum of Art seeking volunteer docents

The Sheldon Museum of Art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is looking for volunteers to join its docent program, which celebrates its 50th anniversary with the 2014-15 academic year. Continue reading…

Kondabolu to defend master's thesis

Srikanth Kondabolu, graduate student, will defend his master's degree thsis, "A Case Study of Changing Cropping Diversity and Agricultural Risk in the Doulthabad Mandal of Telangana State in India" at 10 a.m., July 15 in 202 Hardin Hall. Srikanth Kondabolu, graduate student, will defend his master's degree thsis, "A Case Study of Changing Cropping Diversity and Agricultural Risk in the Doulthabad Mandal of Telangana State in India" at 10 a.m., July 15 in 202 Hardin Hall. Continue reading…

Okalebo to defend doctoral dissertation

Jane Asiyo Okalebo, graduate student and SNR assistant geoscientist, will defend her doctoral degree dissertation at 3 p.m., July 14 in 901 Hardin Hall.Jane Asiyo Okalebo, graduate student and SNR assistant geoscientist, will defend her doctoral degree dissertation, "An Evaluation of Climate-Land Surface Model Weather Forecasts for Nebraska: Phenological and Yield Sensitivities of Corn to Irrigation" at 3 p.m., July 14 in 901 Hardin Hall. Continue reading…

Veres to defend doctoral dissertation

Michael C. Veres, graduate student, will defend his doctoral degree dissertation, "Atmospheric Response to North Atlantic SST Anomalies in Idealized GCM Experiments for Boreal Spring" at 11 a.m., July 14 in 104 Bessey Hall on UNL's City Campus. Michael C. Veres, graduate student, will defend his doctoral degree dissertation, "Atmospheric Response to North Atlantic SST Anomalies in Idealized GCM Experiments for Boreal Spring" at 11 a.m., July 14 in 104 Bessey Hall on UNL's City Campus. Continue reading…

Originally published July 14, 2014 - Submit an Item