Today@UNL | Faculty participate in CIC leadership program; Sartore headlines environmental week

Pictured (from left) is Beth Doll, Ravipreet Sohi, Ronald Yoder, Kathy Farrell and David Jones.
Pictured (from left) is Beth Doll, Ravipreet Sohi, Ronald Yoder, Kathy Farrell and David Jones.

Faculty participate in CIC academic leadership program

Five UNL faculty members participated as fellows in the Committee on Institutional Cooperation’s Academic Leadership Program during the 2011-12 academic year. They are Beth Doll, Kathy Farrell, Ravipreet Sohi, David Jones and Ronald Yoder. Continue reading…

60th Symposium on Motivation opens today

 The Department of Psychology on April 16 and 17 will host the 60th annual Symposium on Motivation, an internationally renowned gathering of scholars of psychology. This year the conference will focus on the theme "Objectification and (De)Humanization." Continue reading…

Annual steam outages planned for May

Planning is under way for UNL’s annual steam outages in May. Dates for the outages are May 6-12 for City Campus and May 13-19 for East Campus. The steam distribution system must be shut down to conduct maintenance and upgrade UNL's utility system. Continue reading…

Wolfe to discuss leadership resources April 17

The Learn at the Libraries series continues with a “Leadership Resources” presentation by Judith Wolfe, associate professor, at 10:30 a.m., April 17 on the first floor of Love Library South. The session is free and open to faculty, staff and students. Registration is recommended. Continue reading…

"Cylinder" by Lauren Mabry
"Cylinder" by Lauren Mabry

MFA Thesis exhibitions open today

Thesis exhibitions for Master of Fine Arts students Lauren Mabry and Jamie Fritz open today, April 16, at the Eisentrager•Howard Gallery in Richards Hall. Both exhibits are open through April 20. A closing reception is 5 to 7 p.m., April 20. The reception is free and open to the public. Continue reading…

Sartore headlines environmental week events

Joel SartoreThe Environmental Sustainability Committee, part of the Association of the University of Nebraska, has organized a weeklong series of events during Earth Week, April 16-20. The keynote speaker is National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore, 7 p.m., April 17 at the Nebraska Union auditorium. Continue reading…

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