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Oct 3 2022
Lincoln Journal Star: Nebraska Innovation Campus celebrates $25 million grant

Craig Buerstatte, deputy assistant secretary for regional affairs with the U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration, and other officials toured Nebraska Innovation Campus on Oct. 3 to learn more about the Heartland Robotics Cluster. The project received a $25 million Build Back Better grant in September. KLKN and the Lincoln Journal Star published stories on the tour.

Oct 3 2022
KLKN: Former FBI agent shares Mar-a-Lago insights with law students

Former FBI agent and Husker alumnus Greg Stejskal discussed the FBI’s search of Mar-a-Lago as part of the College of Law’s Law and Democracy Series on Oct. 3. KLKN aired an Oct. 3 story on the presentation.

Oct 3 2022
Rural Radio Network: McLean selected as next dean of UNL's Agricultural Research Division

Derek McLean has been selected as the next dean of the university’s Agricultural Research Division, the Rural Radio Network reported Oct. 3.

Oct 2 2022
Lincoln Journal Star: Beer will get its tryout with basketball

On Sept. 30, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents approved a two-year pilot program to allow alcohol sales at Husker basketball games in Pinnacle Bank Arena. The Lincoln Journal Star published an Oct. 2 editorial on the change.

Oct 1 2022
Omaha World-Herald: Nebraska's South Stadium needs an overhaul

The Omaha World-Herald published an Oct. 1 article on possible renovations to Memorial Stadium’s South Stadium. Athletic Director Trev Alberts was featured in the story.

Sep 30 2022
Lincoln Journal Star: NU regents approve change to allow alcohol sales at Husker basketball games

On Sept. 30, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents approved a two-year pilot program to allow the sale of alcohol at Husker basketball games at Pinnacle Bank Arena. The regents also approved a $301 million, 15-year multimedia rights deal between the Nebraska athletic department and PlayFly Sports for broadcasting rights for Husker sports. The Lincoln Journal Star published a Sept. 30 article on the Board of Regents meeting. KLKN aired a similar story Sept. 30.

Sep 30 2022
Lincoln Journal Star: To begin planning Memorial Stadium's future, NU will hire third party

On Sept. 30, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents unanimously approved a plan to hire a third-party firm that will help with fundraising, design and construction of Memorial Stadium renovations, the Lincoln Journal Star reported. Chancellor Ronnie Green; Athletic Director Trev Alberts; NU President Ted Carter; Regents Bob Phares, Jim Pillen and Rob Schafer; and Student Regent Jacob Drake were featured in the story.

Sep 30 2022
Flatwater Free Press: Six Nebraska towns are trying to ban abortion

Anthony Schutz, associate dean for faculty and associate professor of law in the College of Law, was interviewed for a Sept. 30 Flatwater Free Press article on six Nebraska towns trying to pass abortion bans. “There’s a very strong argument that even if local governments have some authority, they would be pre-empted by … state legislation,” he said. “I think it’s fairly clear that cities don’t have the authority to regulate this.” The story has been picked up by KMTV, the Lincoln Journal Star and Nebraska Public Media.

Sep 30 2022
Rural Radio Network: How CEHS is making a difference at Nebraska

The Rural Radio Network published a Sept. 30 article on the College of Education and Human Sciences. Dean Sherri Jones was interviewed for the story.

Sep 30 2022
Omaha World-Herald: With humor, tall tales and postcards, Welsch aired his love for Nebraska

Humorist and storyteller Roger Welsch, who taught at the university for 15 years, died Sept. 30 at age 83. Stories on Welsch appeared in KLKN, the Lincoln Journal Star, Nebraska Examiner and Omaha World-Herald.

Sep 30 2022
Lincoln Journal Star: Nebraska U celebrates homecoming with annual parade

The Lincoln Journal Star posted two videos of the university’s 2022 homecoming parade on Sept. 30.

Sep 30 2022
Lincoln Journal Star: OLLI symposium to look at global food security

The 2022 OLLI/Winter Lecture Series Fall Symposium on Oct. 22 will focus on global food security. Speakers include Holger Kray, practice manager for agriculture and food security in the World Bank’s Africa Sustainable Development Group; the Rev. David Beckmann, president emeritus of Bread for the World; Joe Glauber, a senior research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute; Michaella Kumke, president/CEO of the Food Bank of Lincoln, and Susanne Blue, executive director of Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach. The Lincoln Journal Star ran a Sept. 30 article on the symposium.