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Student Money Management Center wins national award

UNL's Student Money Management Center was named 2012 Outstanding Financial Counseling and Planning Education Center from the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education. The award was based on overall program quality, level of innovation, and ability to respond to needs of students. Continue reading…

Caregivers Support Group to meet Nov. 28

The Caregivers Support Group will meet noon to 1 p.m. Nov. 28 in the Nebraska Union. Organized by the Employee Assistance Program, the group provides employees who are caregivers the opportunity to gain information, understanding and support from others who are also caregivers.
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The four UNL students to earn Critical Language Scholarships are (clockwise from top left) Skylar Falter, Christopher Reznicek, Michael Schuster and Zachary Smith.
The four UNL students to earn Critical Language Scholarships are (clockwise from top left) Skylar Falter, Christopher Reznicek, Michael Schuster and Zachary Smith.

Four complete 'Critical Language' program

Four UNL students won highly competitive Critical Language Scholarships for Intensive Summer Institutes. The program, through the U.S. Department of State, selected 575 U.S. undergraduate and graduate students, including UNL's Skylar Falter, Christopher Reznicek, Michael Schuster and Zachary Smith. Continue reading…

Prairie Schooner to go on Nebraska library tour

(From left) Kwame Dawes and Marianne KunkelKwame Dawes and Marianne Kunkel will embark on a driving tour in December to promote Prairie Schooner in public libraries across Nebraska. The tour, Dec. 8-22, will include stops at public libraries in more than 12 Nebraska cities. Each visit will include readings by Dawes and Kunkel. Continue reading…

Originally published Tuesday November 27, 2012 - Submit an Item