Inside the School of Natural Resources

The students of Ruopu Li's "Introduction to Geographic Information Systems" course (GEOG/NRES 412/812) with Li. (Mekita Rivas | Natural Resources)
The students of Ruopu Li's "Introduction to Geographic Information Systems" course (GEOG/NRES 412/812) with Li. (Mekita Rivas | Natural Resources)

GIS students partner with Community Crops to identify potential garden sites

"After teaching GIS courses for two years, I found that there are still gaps between the classroom knowledge and the abilities to solve real-world problems," said Ruopu Li, geography lecturer, who assigned his students a final project that involved addressing the GIS needs of Community Crops. Continue reading…

An avid coffee drinker, the Grammar Guru appreciates a good cup of joe.
An avid coffee drinker, the Grammar Guru appreciates a good cup of joe.

The Grammar Guru: Commas after introductory elements

Introductory elements consist of clauses, phrases and words that appear before the main clause of the sentence. Essentially, they prepare your readers for what the sentence is really about, or the meat of the sentence. Continue reading…

Since 2005 the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies has acknowledged outstanding works of nonfiction with its annual book prize.
Since 2005 the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies has acknowledged outstanding works of nonfiction with its annual book prize.

Great Plains book prize renamed, upped to $10,000

Since 2005 the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies has acknowledged outstanding works of nonfiction with its annual book prize. Continue reading…

Sheldon Museum of Art is seeking student docents to give exhibition tours to college classes and community groups during the spring semester.
Sheldon Museum of Art is seeking student docents to give exhibition tours to college classes and community groups during the spring semester.

Sheldon seeks student docents

Sheldon Museum of Art is seeking student docents to give exhibition tours to college classes and community groups during the spring semester. Continue reading…

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