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Nebraska will celebrate the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with a series of events from Jan. 12-19. The MLK Week observance... [Read More]
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A new virtual exchange course is pairing University of Nebraska—Lincoln students with cohorts in Oman for a semester-long exploration of women featured in the Qur'an.... [Read More]
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New classes were not the only thing that started up this week at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education... [Read More]
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Key findings in a decade-long research project led by Nebraska's Edgar Cahoon may result in solutions to sub-Saharan Africa's challenge with vitamin A deficiency. [Read More]
New talent for Nebraska and beyond It's a simple thing — sticking pins on a map. [Read More]
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Key findings in a decade-long research project led by Nebraska's Edgar Cahoon may result in solutions to sub-Saharan Africa's challenge with vitamin A deficiency. [Read More]
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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln shone with a bright light and produced a big boom in the national media during 2017. Literally and figuratively. [Read More]
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Nebraska will celebrate the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with a series of events from Jan. 12-19. The MLK Week observance... [Read More]
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A recently published acoustical book, titled "Worship Space Acoustics: 3 Decades of Design," co-edited by Durham School of Architectural Engineering & Construction faculty Erica Ryherd... [Read More]
Despite great challenges in 2017, Nebraska continued to build momentum in research, scholarly activity, enrollment growth and collaboration. As calendars flip, Nebraska Today takes a... [Read More]
Seven decades after her death, Willa Cather's literary imprint is set to expand in a big way as her private musings will become part of... [Read More]
John Thorp, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering and a former College of Engineering associate dean, passed away Wednesday night, Jan. 3 following a... [Read More]
Though Cather and Pound residence halls were reduced to a pile of rubble after their demolition on Dec. 22, 2017, their legacy could help make... [Read More]
The calendar year 2017 brought plenty of growth, innovation and honors to the College of Engineering and its students, faculty and staff. Among these notable... [Read More]
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln was honored with a gold medal at the International Genetic Machine (iGEM) Foundation Giant Jamboree, an international conference and competition which... [Read More]
The University of Nebraska—Lincoln will prohibit the use of all smoking, tobacco and vaping products on its properties starting Jan. 1. [Read More]
During the implosion of Cather and Pound residence halls, more than 20 million pounds of debris will come crashing to the ground. Christine Wittich, an... [Read More]
To prepare the building for implosion, certain structural elements have to be altered to facilitate the controlled implosion, including the elevator shafts and stairwells, which... [Read More]
Nebraska U's Melissa Homestead and Philip Sapirstein have earned fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, one of the most prestigious honors in the... [Read More]
It has been another successful year for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In the spirit of the holiday season, we're unwrapping the impact of the state's... [Read More]
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