Today@UNL | Arctic climate changes predicted by UNL study

A research team that includes UNL's Song Feng has released a study that shows how Arctic climates are projected to reorganize.
A research team that includes UNL's Song Feng has released a study that shows how Arctic climates are projected to reorganize.

UNL study estimates climate change's impact on Arctic by 2099

A reorganization of Arctic climates is anticipated to occur by the end of the 21st century, according to a new study by an international team of climatologists that include Song Feng, research assistant professor in the School of Natural Resources. Continue reading…

UNL-based feminist organization earns $250K grant

Ann Mari MayThe International Association for Feminist Economics, headquartered at UNL, will receive a $250,000 grant over the next two years from the Ford Foundation to support publication of a special issue of "Feminist Economics," the Association's signature journal, on "Land, Gender, and Food Security." Continue reading…

Women's Week celebration March 14-18

women's week 2011.jpgUNL will observe Women's Week March 14-18, with a variety or events and displays. The theme for the celebration is "Visions of Sisterhood." Events include daily leadership luncheons, panel discussions, lectures, art displays, film screenings and the sixth annual Women's History Month Banquet. Continue reading…

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Originally published March 14, 2011 - Submit an Item