Today@UNL | Second student earns Fulbright; Sheldon launches 'artland' magazine

Kaylee Barber
Kaylee Barber

Barber to teach in Germany on Fulbright award

Kaylee Barber, a German and international studies major, has been awarded a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship Scholarship. After graduating in May, the Gretna native will travel to Germany and teach English in a German school. This is UNL's second student to earn a Fulbright this year. Continue reading…

Mark Awakuni-Swetland moves the tipi cover pole into place during the April 4 setup.
Mark Awakuni-Swetland moves the tipi cover pole into place during the April 4 setup.

Anthropology students go hands-on, raise tipi

Mark Awakuni-Swetland and students in Anthropology 130 put up a traditional Native American tipi in the green space directly east of Oldfather Hall. Click the link below to see photos from the hands-on class project.

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/tipi
Cover of the inaugural issue of "artland," a new magazine launched by the Sheldon Museum of Art.
Cover of the inaugural issue of "artland," a new magazine launched by the Sheldon Museum of Art.

Sheldon launches 'artland' magazine

Nebraska, a state rich in literature, film, drama, television, music, performance and the visual arts, has a new arts magazine. The Sheldon Museum of Art launches "artland" today. The inaugural issue will be unveiled in a 6 p.m. reception today at the Sheldon. Continue reading…

Originally published April 6, 2012 - Submit an Item