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Alexa Davis, (right) graduate student with the School of Natural Resources, and Tiffany Messer, assistant professor and water quality engineer at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, in the Messer Laboratory surrounded by floating wetland experiments on De
Alexa Davis, (right) graduate student with the School of Natural Resources, and Tiffany Messer, assistant professor and water quality engineer at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, in the Messer Laboratory surrounded by floating wetland experiments on De

Researchers testing floating wetlands ability to survive winter

Alexa Davis, graduate student with the School of Natural Resources, is testing whether living, floating treatment wetlands can survive a Nebraska winter. If they do, it could have long-term, positive implications for Midwestern states trying to reduce nutrient runoff. Continue reading…

 
SNR is hosting a toiletries drive for Clinton Elementary School through Feb. 13, 2020, at Hardin Hall..
SNR is hosting a toiletries drive for Clinton Elementary School through Feb. 13, 2020, at Hardin Hall..

Toiletry drive to fulfill Clinton Elementary needs through winter

When the holidays pass and the calendar flips to January, the needs of the School of Natural Resources’ neighbors just up the block at Clinton Elementary School don’t end. That's why SNR is hosting “Caring for Clinton: After the Holidays” toiletry drive through Feb. 13. Continue reading…

 

Perk retires from CALMIT

Rick Perk, left, geoscientist with the Center for Advanced Land Management Technologies at the School of Natural Resources, retired Dec. 20, 2019, with a small reception in Hall Hall. Director John Carroll hands him a memento marking the occasion. Rick Perk didn’t want a big splash when he decided to retire from the Center for Advanced Land Management and Information Technologies after serving in his role as a geoscientist for 23 years, so on Dec. 18, in a small, private reception, he accepted congratulations and best wishes for the future. Continue reading…

 

26 graduate with SNR degrees in December ceremonies

Octavious Bartek accepts his SNR memento from Sara Winn during graduation ceremonies at the School of Natural Resources on Dec. 20, 2019, in Hardin Hall.We’re sending out big congratulations to the school's 26 December 2019 graduates. They were among the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's 1,400 graduates honored during commencement exercises Dec. 20 and 21 at the Pinnacle Bank Arena and the Lied Performing Arts Center in downtown Lincoln. Continue reading…

 
Originally published January 15, 2020 - Submit an Item