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Ken Hubbard, professor of applied climate science, and Barbara Boustead, who earned her Ph.D. in applied climate science in August.
Ken Hubbard, professor of applied climate science, and Barbara Boustead, who earned her Ph.D. in applied climate science in August.

Applied climate science major now open to undergrads

The applied climate science major aims to educate the next generation of climatologists and policymakers. While the program has been open to graduate students for several years, opening it up to undergraduates enables students to jumpstart their careers early on. Continue reading…

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SNR Student Need-to-Know

SNR Student Need-to-Know is the one-stop shop of information for all SNR students.The information provided in this announcement is tailored and geared toward all SNR students. Whether it's important dates, job/internship postings or other helpful info, students can find news essential to their success. Faculty are welcome to read and share this information accordingly. Continue reading…

A UNL team is studying how climate and agricultural changes influence groundwater quality. (Craig Chandler | University Communications)
A UNL team is studying how climate and agricultural changes influence groundwater quality. (Craig Chandler | University Communications)

Researchers probe climate's impact on groundwater quality

Climate change and increasing food production demands both influence groundwater quality. To better understand the links between climate, agriculture and groundwater, UNL researchers will investigate climate's impact on groundwater contamination from chemicals used in crop and animal production. Continue reading…

TIPS, an online reporting system that can be accessed via a new permanent link in the footer of the UNL.edu home page, expands the methods by which any member of the university community can share matters they feel need to be elevated or addressed.
TIPS, an online reporting system that can be accessed via a new permanent link in the footer of the UNL.edu home page, expands the methods by which any member of the university community can share matters they feel need to be elevated or addressed.

TIPS adds new way to report campus matters, concerns

TIPS, an online reporting system that can be accessed via a new permanent link in the footer of the UNL.edu home page, expands the methods by which any member of the university community can share matters they feel need to be elevated or addressed. Continue reading…

The lecture series, in its fourth year, begins on Sept. 25 and will coincide with the release of a report on climate change compiled by Donald Wilhite, Robert Oglesby, Clinton Rowe and Deborah Bathke.
The lecture series, in its fourth year, begins on Sept. 25 and will coincide with the release of a report on climate change compiled by Donald Wilhite, Robert Oglesby, Clinton Rowe and Deborah Bathke.

Climate change report release kicks off Heuermann Lectures season

The Heuermann Lecture series' 2014-2015 season will feature experts spanning a host of topics including climate change, animal biotechnology and agricultural communication. Continue reading…

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Originally published September 8, 2014 - Submit an Item