Today@UNL | Class grows from time-lapse project; Water For Food Conference opens May 5

Peter Stegen, a senior fisheries and wildlife major, sets up a camera trap as part of his project for the Digital Imaging and Storytelling course.
Peter Stegen, a senior fisheries and wildlife major, sets up a camera trap as part of his project for the Digital Imaging and Storytelling course.

Class grows from time-lapse project

UNL's new Digital Imaging and Storytelling course is offering students the opportunity to work with high-quality photography equipment to document the world around them. The course grew out of the Platte River Basin Time-lapse Project led by NET's Michael Farrell and photographer Michael Forsberg. Continue reading…

Water for Food conference is May 5-8

 Registration is open for the fifth annual Water for Food conference, May 5-8 at the Cornhusker Marriott Hotel. The international event is hosted by the Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Registration is free for UNL faculty, staff and students. Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/b4i
Originally published April 30, 2013 - Submit an Item