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Today@UNL | Music donation to benefit students; Kilic selected to NASA satellite project

Byron L. "Butch" Berman
Byron L. "Butch" Berman

Students to benefit from music donation

The Berman Music Foundation has donated thousands of CDs, LPs and DVDs of jazz and rock music to UNL's Music Library. The collection will benefit UNL students, including those enrolled in the School of Music's two new advanced degree programs in jazz studies. Continue reading…

NASA, USGS picks Kilic for Landsat team

Ayse KilicAyse Kilic, a UNL faculty member at the School of Natural Resources and in the Department of Civil Engineering, will serve a five-year term on a NASA satellite project, using imagery and data to help track water in the air, in the ground and in plants. Continue reading…

HIVE Spring Kickoff Jan. 16

HIVE LogoHIVE is holding a spring semester kickoff event, 3:30 to 4 p.m., Jan. 16 in the Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center's Ubuntu Room. The event is open to faculty, staff, students and the public. HIVE is a group designed to help students become better professionals. Continue reading…

'Big Ideas' series continues Jan. 17

The Agricultural Research Division's "Big Ideas Seminars" continue with "New Concepts in Agricultural Automation," 3:30 p.m. Jan. 17 in the East Union. The talk will be led by Simone Blackmore, a professor at Harper Adams University College in England. Continue reading…

LiveWell Challenge open to UNL faculty, staff

LiveWell Challenge 2013UNL faculty and staff can participate in the Nebraska Sports Council's LiveWell Challenge Series. The year-long series includes three challenges designed to track health goals. The challenge includes prizes. All participants receive a T-shirt and a year subscription to a magazine. Continue reading…

Originally published Tuesday January 15, 2013 - Submit an Item