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Catie Finkenbiner with her award-winning poster at the American Geophysical Union fall meeting. (Photo courtesy Catie Finkenbiner)
Catie Finkenbiner with her award-winning poster at the American Geophysical Union fall meeting. (Photo courtesy Catie Finkenbiner)

Student wins award at American Geophysical Union meeting

Catie Finkenbiner, a senior water science major from Omaha, won an Outstanding Student Poster Award at the American Geophysical Union fall meeting, which drew more than 22,000 participants from across the world. The awards are given to the top three to five percent of entrees in each section. Continue reading…

SNR Student Need-to-Know

 SNR Student Need-to-Know is the one-stop shop for information for all SNR students. The information provided in this announcement is tailored and geared toward all SNR students. Whether it's important dates, jobs/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…

The winners of the 2014 inaugural SNR Elevator Speech Contest. (Mekita Rivas | Natural Resources)
The winners of the 2014 inaugural SNR Elevator Speech Contest. (Mekita Rivas | Natural Resources)

SNR Elevator Speech Contest registration deadline is Feb. 9

SNR is hosting its second annual Elevator Speech Contest on March 5 in the Hardin Hall auditorium (room 107). The registration deadline is Feb. 9. All SNR undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to register. Participants will compete to win cash prizes. First prize is $1000. Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/fspj

Reinhard to present on Chagas Disease

Karl ReinhardKarl Reinhard, professor and environmental archaeologist in UNL's School of Natural Resources, will present "The Synergy of Prehistoric Subsistence and Habitation Preferences in Establishing Chagas Disease Among Ancient People of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands, Texas" at 2 p.m., Jan. 30. Continue reading…

Houser continues water seminar series

Paul HouserPaul Houser, professor at George Mason University, will present "A Vision for an Ultra-High Resolution Integrated Water Cycle Observation and Prediction System" at 3:30 p.m., Jan. 28 in the Hardin Hall auditorium (room 107). The seminar is free and open to the public. Continue reading…

Implementation of UNL's reaffirmation of accreditation plan began Jan. 7 with more than 65 faculty, staff and students attending a work group retreat at Nebraska Innovation Campus.
Implementation of UNL's reaffirmation of accreditation plan began Jan. 7 with more than 65 faculty, staff and students attending a work group retreat at Nebraska Innovation Campus.

UNL begins implementation of reaccreditation plan

Implementation of UNL's reaffirmation of accreditation plan began Jan. 7 with more than 65 faculty, staff and students attending a work group retreat at Nebraska Innovation Campus. Continue reading…

Originally published January 26, 2015 - Submit an Item