Today@UNL | Pannier earns CAREER award; Nebraska Union renovation open house is May 29

Angela Pannier, a UNL biological systems engineer, is using nanotechnology to develop a gene delivery tool. (Craig Chandler / University Communications)
Angela Pannier, a UNL biological systems engineer, is using nanotechnology to develop a gene delivery tool. (Craig Chandler / University Communications)

NSF award aids Pannier's work on gene delivery tool

UNL engineer Angela Pannier is using nanotechnology to develop a gene delivery tool that could unleash the power of gene therapy. She recently earned a five-year, $419,051 Faculty Early Career Development Program Award from the National Science Foundation. Continue reading…

A representative of Workshop Architects discusses the Nebraska Union renovation plan with students and staff during an April 16 open forum. A refined version of the plan will be presented on May 29.
A representative of Workshop Architects discusses the Nebraska Union renovation plan with students and staff during an April 16 open forum. A refined version of the plan will be presented on May 29.

Open house to feature refined Nebraska Union renovation plans

Refined plans outlining proposed renovations to the Nebraska Union will be presented during an open house, 2 to 3 p.m. May 29 in the Nebraska Union's Heritage Room. The session is free and open to faculty, staff and students. Continue reading…

Women headline Jazz in June

Jackie Allen will close out the 22nd season of Jazz in June with a June 25 performance. She is one of four women featured in the annual concert series.The voices of four women will be featured in the 22nd season of Jazz in June. The free concerts take place every Tuesday in June at 7 p.m. with activities beginning as early as 5 p.m. outside the Sheldon Museum of Art. The series opens June 4 with the Kendra Shank Quartet. Continue reading…

More details at: http://www.jazzinjune.com
Originally published May 28, 2013 - Submit an Item