Today@UNL | Graham tracks down note writer from 1963; Course offers cross-cultural mentoring

Richie Graham, associate professor in the University Libraries, shows the note he found inside a Rumanian language handbook. The note was left in the Love Library book on June 12, 1963. Photo by Kim Hachiya, University Communications
Richie Graham, associate professor in the University Libraries, shows the note he found inside a Rumanian language handbook. The note was left in the Love Library book on June 12, 1963. Photo by Kim Hachiya, University Communications

Note from 1963 inspires Graham to track down writer

In 1963, a high school student left a little pink note in a Rumanian language handbook in Love Library; he wondered how often the book was used. Nearly 50 years later, UNL's Richie Graham found the note and tracked down the man who put pencil to paper. Continue reading…

A UNL student mentor and her protégé.
A UNL student mentor and her protégé.

Course offers cross-cultural mentoring experience

UNL's Cross Cultural Mentoring course provides students with a chance to work with a refugee, immigrant or minority high school student to assist their protégés with transitioning across cultures, completing high school, and accessing community resources. The class will be offered again in the fall. Continue reading…

Originally published February 28, 2012 - Submit an Item