Fall and winter months bring colder weather, darker mornings and earlier sunsets which can make it difficult to prepare for final exams, projects and impending deadlines. Despite these seasonal changes, there are many things you can do to help yourself. Review these tips from CAPS.
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University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty, staff and students are invited to save the dates for Nebraska Research Days on Nov. 14-18, hosted by the Office of Research and Economic Development to celebrate and showcase research, scholarly and creative activity.
This award honors individuals who have contributed to the university or Lincoln by promoting the goals and vision of Martin Luther King, Jr. The awards are presented each January in a ceremony during the university’s weeklong celebration of King. Nominations are due Nov. 25, 2022.
Marusha Ather’s just wants to pursue a medical degree. And hopefully a doctoral degree. At the same time, naturally. Learn about her experience in the INBRE scholar program, a two-year, scholarship-covered experience for undergraduates looking to embark on careers in biomedical research.
Sports & Fitness Industry Association calls it the fastest growing sport in the U.S., growing nearly 40% between 2020 and 2022, to reach 4.8 million players. On November 18, UNL students can join the fun by playing in a free tournament on campus.
If you have a lot of writing projects for the end of the semester, you're not alone. Staff at the Writing Center know that high-stakes writing assignments like essays, reports, or research papers can be stressful to work on. With that in mind, they've offered the following tips as you get started.
From Nov. 22-27, campus spaces will remain open with reduced hours and select closures during the Thanksgiving Break. Libraries, dining centers, the unions, the rec centers, health center and other spots are changing hours. Here's the list of what is open and what's not.