Register for Spring Research Fair by March 16

The 11th annual UNL spring research fair is April 4 and 5 in the Nebraska Union. The campuswide gathering is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to showcase their research and creative activities. Participation in workshops and sessions is also encouraged.

Students must register to participate in the undergraduate research conference and the graduate poster session. Registration for the undergraduate research conference or the graduate poster session is due by March 16. Register for any workshop by March 27. For more information, or to register, go to

Graduate students and faculty are also invited to attend the graduate student workshop, “Be Nimble: Building Transferable Skills for Career Success in Academic and Non-academic Positions,” and the keynote address, “Graduate Education and Career and Professional Development Opportunities: Building Partnerships for the Future,” both presented on April 4 by Henry (Rique) Campa.

Campa is an associate dean in the graduate school at Michigan State University and a professor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. As associate dean, he develops and evaluates programs related to the career and professional development of graduate students. Campa serves as the chair for the MSU Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning Steering Committee. He received a B.S. in wildlife management from the University of Missouri-Columbia and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in wildlife ecology and management from MSU.

Graduate students are also invited to participate in the graduate poster session on April 4.

Activities for undergraduate students include the April 4 undergraduate workshop, “Planning and Preparing for Graduate School,” and the undergraduate research conference and poster session on April 5.

Both the graduate poster session and the undergraduate research conference are open to the UNL community and the public.