Inside the School of Natural Resources

Jamilynn Poletto, fish physiologist with the School of Natural Resources, transformed an old East Campus building into a cutting-edge fish research laboratory space. With her here are Alex Engel (left) and Zach Horstman, both graduate students at SNR. | S
Jamilynn Poletto, fish physiologist with the School of Natural Resources, transformed an old East Campus building into a cutting-edge fish research laboratory space. With her here are Alex Engel (left) and Zach Horstman, both graduate students at SNR. | S

New laboratory key to fish research at Nebraska

Assistant professor Jamilynn Poletto and two of her graduate students built the The Fish Conservation Behavior and Physiology Lab from the ground up in an old red brick building on East Campus. “There was literally nothing in here,” Poletto said. Continue reading…

Register for upcoming UCARE Info Session

Undergraduate researchers receive hands-on training through the UCARE programAre you interested in engaging in a research or creative project in the 2019-20 school year? Through the Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Experience (UCARE) program, Nebraska undergraduates are guided by faculty mentors on year-long projects and receive a $2,400 stipend. Continue reading…

Grit, glory signage draws campus attention

Husker Alyssa Frederick takes a photo next to the "Glory" sign in the Nebraska Union. The "Grit" and "Glory" signs, along with related sidewalk art and a website, appeared the week of Aug. 20. | Craig Chandler, University CommunicationThe appearance of “Grit” and “Glory” signage amplified the buzz generated by the start of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s fall semester. Information about the installations will be announced during “Grit and Glory” events starting at 11:30 a.m. on Aug. 30 (main campus) and Aug. 31 (East Campus) Continue reading…

Cornhusker Marching Band makes debut Sept. 1

The drum majors take a bow before the Cornhusker Marching Band exhibition Aug. 17 at Memorial Stadium. | Craig Chandler | University Communication The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's 300-member Cornhusker Marching Band makes its 2018 debut Sept. 1 at Memorial Stadium with pregame and halftime performances at Nebraska's football season opener against Akron. Six members are studying in the School of Natural Resources. Continue reading…

Originally published August 28, 2018 - Submit an Item