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Penn State researcher's seminar is April 18

Dr. Catharine RossThe Nebraska Gateway for Nutrigenomics Seminar Series continues with Cathy Ross discussing "Retinoid Homeostasis — Why it is Important to Public Health and Medicine" at noon April 18 in the East Union Great Plains Room. The talk is free and open to the public. Continue reading…

Water series continues with April 18 lecture

The Water Seminar Series continues with "Assessing the Ecohydrological Effects of Land Use Change Across Multiple Scales: From Leaves to Watersheds," at 3:30 p.m., April 18 in the Hardin Hall auditorium. The free presentation will be led by Heidi Asbjornsen, University of New Hampshire. Continue reading…

Julia Schleck
Julia Schleck

Schleck earns fellowship at Folger Shakespeare Library

Julia Schleck, assistant professor of English and acting director of UNL's Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program, has been awarded a fellowship to pursue research next spring at a world-renowned research center on Shakespeare. The award will allow Schleck to pursue her latest book project. Continue reading…

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