Inside the School of Natural Resources

2014-2015 SNR scholarship recipients announced

Thirty-four SNR students have been awarded nearly $26,000 in scholarship money for the 2014-2015 academic year.Thirty-four SNR students have been awarded nearly $26,000 in scholarship money for the 2014-2015 academic year. "Every year I have the pleasure of giving money to our brightest students," said Dave Wedin, professor of plant and ecosystem ecology and SNR scholarship coordinator. Continue reading…

Fritz to lead NU graduate college

Susan FritzInterim University of Nebraska President James Linder announced today that he has named Susan Fritz as executive vice president and provost and dean of the Graduate College of the University of Nebraska, pending approval by the Board of Regents at its July 18 meeting. Continue reading…

UNL Chancellor Harvey Perlman welcomes faculty to an interdisciplinary faculty retreat at Nebraska Innovation Campus earlier this year. NIC is an area of investment in the 2015-17 proposed biennial budget request for the University of Nebraska system.
UNL Chancellor Harvey Perlman welcomes faculty to an interdisciplinary faculty retreat at Nebraska Innovation Campus earlier this year. NIC is an area of investment in the 2015-17 proposed biennial budget request for the University of Nebraska system.

Economic development drives NU's proposed budget request

Under a two-year budget request to be considered by the Board of Regents, the University of Nebraska plans to seek state funds to support strategic initiatives that will attract talent, meet workforce needs through education and grow Nebraska's economy. Continue reading…

New date for State of the University address

Chancellor Harvey Perlman will deliver his 15th State of the University address on Oct. 2 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts. (Craig Chandler | University Communications)Update those calendars: Chancellor Harvey Perlman will deliver his 15th State of the University address on Oct. 2. The speech, originally scheduled for Sept. 16, will begin at 11 a.m. at the Lied Center for Performing Arts. The date was changed due to a scheduling conflict. Continue reading…

Originally published July 28, 2014 - Submit an Item