Today@UNL | Entomologists work on bumblebee projects; Nebraska Rep opens season July 11

Entomology professors, including Doug Golick, are working on a project that will train high school students how to track bumblebee queens.
Entomology professors, including Doug Golick, are working on a project that will train high school students how to track bumblebee queens.

Entomologists begin pilot program to track bumblebee queens

Entomology professors at UNL are in the pilot stages of a program aimed at teaching high school students how to use radio tracking technology to learn about bumblebee queens that they think is the bee's knees. The program is a reboot of a project that ran from 1999-2002. Continue reading…

$75K grant to further community assessments

The Department of Community and Regional Planning has received a two-year award totaling $75,000 from the Woods Charitable Fund. The award supports the department's continuing Community Assessment project which helps neighborhood leaders develop improvement plans. Continue reading…

Nebraska Rep opens season with ‘Emma’

The Nebraska Repertory Theatre opens the summer season with "Emma" on July 11. The production stars (from left) Jessie Tidball as Emma and Sean Schmeits as Mr. Knightly. (Doug Smith, Courtesy photo)The Nebraska Repertory Theatre, the Actor’s Equity Association professional theater at UNL, will offer three plays and two one-night only performances this summer. The schedule opens July 11 with "Emma." All performances are in the Temple Building. Continue reading…

Originally published July 9, 2013 - Submit an Item