UNL Parent Newsletter

University launches sexual misconduct training for all students, employees

The training meets federal guidelines, including those within Title IX, Violence Against Women Act, and Clery Act.Launching March 1, the training aims to increase prevention, understanding of policies and response. Huskers have 30 days to complete the mandatory online training. Failure to complete the training may prevent or delay future course registration. Students will receive an email with instructions.

More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/university-launches-sexual-misconduct-training-for-all-students-employees/

Three new drop-in therapy groups

CAPS drop-in groups are open to all students.If the stress of courses, the pandemic or life in general are impacting your student, CAPS is here to help. This month three new drop-in group therapy programs debut, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Creating Emotional Connection and Stress Management. Continue reading…


Husker team leading $6M project to study waterways’ changing ecology

Husker researchers Steven Thomas, Jessica Corman, Katie Anania and Jennifer Clarke are leading a $6 million multi-institutional project to build a database that will enable scientists to track the changing ecology of waterways across the U.S. Pictured at Scientists have long known that all living things require specific amounts of elements such as carbon, nitrogen and phosphorous to survive and thrive. With human activity increasingly altering these concentrations, researchers and policymakers will study, predict and manage affects on ecosystems.

More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/husker-team-leading-6m-project-to-study-waterways-changing-ecology/
Originally published March 2, 2021 - Submit an Item