UNL News Releases: Announcements

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'Groundwater Atlas of Lancaster County, Nebraska' available
After two years of research, writing and editing, the first edition of "The Groundwater Atlas of Lancaster County, Nebraska" is complete and available to the public. "The atlas is based almost entirely on a …
City, UNL partner to create unique renewable energy system at NIC
Through a unique renewable energy system, University of Nebraska-Lincoln students and Lincoln residents help provide energy to heat and cool Nebraska Innovation Campus when they shower and flush. The Central…
UNL suspends FarmHouse fraternity
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has suspended its chapter of FarmHouse fraternity following a university police investigation into events leading up to the death of a UNL freshman in early September, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Juan N. Fr…
UNL researcher wins federal grant for groundbreaking solar energy project
The gap between solar energy's promise and fruition once seemed equal to the distance separating its source from the Earth. That gap has narrowed significantly in recent years and work continues to close it further. …
Raikes School receives Lauerman Scholarship
The Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln finds itself in a unique situation -- a rather good one. Job demand for its graduates is increasingly str…
UNL time capsule yields rare manuscript on pioneering female chemist
For Mark Griep and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln community, Rachel Lloyd was an enigma. It was in a passing conversation in 1997 that Griep, associate professor of chemistry, learned that Lloyd had been…
'Project Impact Lincoln' accepting proposals for $10,000 grant
A management class at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is accepting proposals from local nonprofit organizations to receive as much as $10,000 in funding from the Learning by Giving Foundation. This semes…
Matt Joeckel named Nebraska state geologist
Robert Matt Joeckel of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has been named Nebraska state geologist. He succeeds Mark Kuzila, who stepped down after 16 years in the position. "Matt is an outstanding scientist …
Statement from University of Nebraska-Lincoln regarding Title IX complaint
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln issued the following statement upon receiving notice of a Title IX complaint regarding a reported off-campus sexual assault: “On Monday, Oct. 6, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln received a letter from the Depar…
UNL to offer faculty voluntary separation incentives at age 62
Some University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty will be eligible to choose early retirement under a Voluntary Separation Incentive Program (VSIP) to be offered this fall. Through this program, the university will offer partial salary b…
Shelby Kruse, Jeffrey Story crowned Homecoming royalty at UNL
Seniors Shelby Kruse of Lincoln and Jeffrey Story of Omaha were crowned Homecoming queen and king at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln tonight. Their coronation took place at halftime of Nebraska's home football game vs. Illinois …
'Peter and the Starcatcher' moves Lied Center performance to March 23
The performance of Broadway smash hit "Peter and the Starcatcher" at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Lied Center for Performing Arts has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. March 23. The five-time Tony Award winner was originally s…
University of Nebraska-Lincoln climbs in U.S. News & World Report ranks
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln moved into the Top 100 among top national universities in U.S. News & World Report's 2015 best-colleges rankings. UNL, which shares the No. 99 spot with three other universities, had landed at No.…
Hudl creates scholarship for UNL's Raikes School students
Scholarships to help the University of Nebraska-Lincoln recruit and educate more top information technology and business students is the focus of a $500,000 gift from Nebraska sports technology company Hudl. …
Novelist/poet Chris Abani to replace Tretheway in Wednesday lecture
Award-winning writer, playwright and TED speaker Chris Abani will deliver the 19th annual Governor's Lecture in the Humanities at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 10, at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, 301 N. 12th St. He will replace Natasha T…


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