Today@UNL | UNL recognized for hospitality during Special Olympics

UNL's James Griesen (left), professor of educational administration, checks in volunteers at the Special Olympics Town in Pershing Center during the 2010 USA National Games.
UNL's James Griesen (left), professor of educational administration, checks in volunteers at the Special Olympics Town in Pershing Center during the 2010 USA National Games.

Hospitality during Special Olympics recognized

On March 29, UNL received the 2011 Outstanding Institutional Achievement Award from the Association of Collegiate Conference and Events Directors International. The award honors the university's hospitality during the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games. Continue reading…

April 8 is last day to withdraw from courses

sizing.gifThe last day for students to withdraw from full-semester courses in the spring 2011 term is April 8. A withdrawal from a class means the course is dropped but students will get a "W" for a grade. There is no impact on grade point average if a student withdraws from a class. Continue reading…

Canon is UNL's new copy provider

A rebid of UNL's cost-per-copy program will bring lower prices and new copiers to campus in the fall semester. The university issued a request for proposals earlier this year and has selected Oce (Canon) as the new equipment provider. Konica Minolta equipment will be replaced starting in mid-May. Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/hjs

Noodles and Company benefits to support campus groups

Noodles and Company, 210 N. 14th St., is hosting benefit nights, 4 to 9 p.m., April 6 and 7. The April 6 event will support the UNL chapter of the American Copy Editors Society. The April 7 event will benefit UNL's LGBTQA Resource Center. Each organization receives 25 percent of each purchase. Continue reading…

Originally published April 6, 2011 - Submit an Item