Today@UNL | Wunder donates papers, books to Libraries; IANR tailgate offered Oct. 29

Libraries receives Wunder's papers, library

John WunderJohn Wunder, long-time UNL history professor and former director of the Center for Great Plains Studies and Hitchcock Professor of Journalism, donated his books on legal history to the Marvin and Virginia Schmid Law Library and his personal library and papers to the University Archives. Continue reading…

New group to explore health law, legal ethics

Screen shot 2011-10-26 at 10.56.01 AM.pngA new student group is being formed to explore the intersection of law, health and ethics. The "Law, Health Care and Ethics" group will meet at 12:10 p.m., Oct. 27 in the College of Law, room 122. The group is interdisciplinary and open to anyone interested in health law and legal ethics. Continue reading…

Bright Lights honors nanoscience program

(From left) Terese Janovec, David Sellmyer and Carol Moravec pose after receiving the Bright Lights "Buliding the Future Through Higher Education" award. Moravec is a science teacher at Lincoln Southeast High School who participated in the nanocamp prograThe Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience has received an award for a course that helped educators incorporate nanotechnology into middle- and high-school science curriculum. The award was presented by Bright Lights to UNL's David Sellmyer and Terese Janovec. Continue reading…

Originally published October 27, 2011 - Submit an Item