As students return to campus this fall, hundreds of events will take place during the first six weeks, known as Big Red Welcome. From ice cream bike rides and block parties to college welcome programs, the Chancellor’s BBQ and a wellness festival, students have numerous options. View the schedule. Continue reading…
Students can furnish their Husker home with items from the University Bookstore and support the Residence Hall Association. Continue reading…More details at: https://go.unl.edu/husker-decor
Husker students can enter to win great prizes during Big Red Welcome by participating in online challenges through the GooseChase app. The first contest begins Sunday, Aug. 14, so be sure to remind your student to download the app to play along.
Bring your family to something that's more than a farmer's market. Here you can learn about science while enjoying live music, exploring local goods and enjoying food trucks. Activities are free and last from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; crafts and food are available for purchase.
The fall semester is rapidly approaching and as students prepare to return to campus, it can be helpful to prepare your student with info on available mental health resources. Continue reading…More details at: https://caps.unl.edu
Help your student stay well by preparing a first aid kit for their residence, transferring your students' current prescriptions to the on-campus pharmacy, making a plan about health insurance and more. Continue reading…More details at: https://health.unl.edu
As forecasts herald a return to the century mark this week, the University Communications and Marketing team is serving up a behind-the-scenes look at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Dairy Store.
Professionals can take advantage of professional development opportunities offered by Nebraska's Center for Executive and Professional Development. The fall Power Lunch series in Lincoln covers topics such as managing communication and culture, motivating others, and power of positivity. Continue reading…More details at: https://business.unl.edu/powerlunch
A trio of Huskers were recently credited for helping expand the lore of a galaxy far, far away. Seniors Sophia Stueven and Ally Hall, as well as alumna Megan Whisenhunt — all part of the Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts — worked on the recent “Obi-Wan Kenobi” series on Disney+.