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The Rosy-billed pochard is a duck with a distinctive red bill on males and a slate-colored bill on females. (Eric Fowler | NEBRASKAland magazine)
The Rosy-billed pochard is a duck with a distinctive red bill on males and a slate-colored bill on females. (Eric Fowler | NEBRASKAland magazine)

Exhibit celebrates collection gifted to NU State Museum

On a crisp January afternoon, Trish Freeman and John Carroll traveled to Everett "Buzz" Madson's home in Omaha where dozens of glass cases sat idle in a packed basement. The treasures behind the glass – long hidden from outsiders – were revealed. "Immediately we were blown away," Carroll said. Continue reading…

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 datas, 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…

Dave Gosselin, professor of Earth science and director of UNL's environmental studies program, has received the Omtvedt Innovation Award, which recognizes exceptional service for innovative research and teaching.
Dave Gosselin, professor of Earth science and director of UNL's environmental studies program, has received the Omtvedt Innovation Award, which recognizes exceptional service for innovative research and teaching.

Gosselin receives Omtvedt Innovation Award

Dave Gosselin, professor of Earth science and director of UNL's environmental studies program, has received the Omtvedt Innovation Award, which recognizes exceptional service for innovative research and teaching. Continue reading…

The drive is held in honor of student Colin Hays, who was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and is searching for a bone marrow match.
The drive is held in honor of student Colin Hays, who was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and is searching for a bone marrow match.

College of Dentistry Hosts Bone Narrow Cheek Swabbing

The College of Dentistry is hosting a bone marrow cheek swab drive from noon to 3:00 p.m., Sept. 19. The drive, which is open to the public, is in Dixon Auditorium in the College of Dentistry on East Campus. A cancer diagnosis for dental student Colin Hays is the impetus for the drive. Continue reading…

Workers use a tractor to position the new life-sized sculpture of J. Sterling Morton on East Campus on Sept. 8. The sculpture is one of four honoring Nebraskans who have served as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. (Craig Chandler | University Communications)
Workers use a tractor to position the new life-sized sculpture of J. Sterling Morton on East Campus on Sept. 8. The sculpture is one of four honoring Nebraskans who have served as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. (Craig Chandler | University Communications)

Sculptures honor Nebraska's former U.S. ag secretaries

Statues honoring four Nebraskans who made lasting, national impacts on agriculture and natural resources have come to UNL's East Campus. Continue reading…

UNL's Speakers Bureau enters its 20th year in 2014-15 with 21 speakers and several topics from which to choose.
UNL's Speakers Bureau enters its 20th year in 2014-15 with 21 speakers and several topics from which to choose.

UNL Speakers Bureau in 20th year of 'Free Speech'

UNL's Speakers Bureau enters its 20th year in 2014-15 with 21 speakers and several topics from which to choose. This free service connects faculty and other university experts with Nebraska citizens who want knowledgeable, interesting speakers on a variety of topics.
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Rural Poll shows Nebraskans' optimism on the rise

Rural Nebraskans' optimism seems to be up a bit, according to the 2014 Nebraska Rural Poll.Rural Nebraskans' optimism seems to be up a bit, according to the 2014 Nebraska Rural Poll. Fifty percent of poll respondents said they were better off this year than five years ago, up from 42 percent last year. Only 17 percent said they were worse off, compared to 26 percent in 2013. Continue reading…

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