Today@UNL | Summer Sessions decentralized; colleges given more flexibility

Summer Sessions is decentralized

university_gates.jpgSummer Sessions procedures have been revised for summer 2012 to provide the colleges greater flexibility. Among these changes is the dissolution of the Office of Summer Sessions and a move to a decentralized structure. The move was announced by Academic Affairs earlier this month. Continue reading…

Lecture to examine 'Extreme Calculus' today

Paul ZornPaul Zorn, professor of mathematics at Saint Olaf College, will discuss "Extreme Calculus" in the fifth Pi Mu Epsilon lecture, 4 p.m., today in Avery Hall, room 115. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by the Department of Mathematics and UNL's Pi Mu Epsilon chapter. Continue reading…

Originally published September 23, 2011 - Submit an Item