DACA at Nebraska: a guide for students
Chancellor Ronnie Green has offered information and support to students attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln under the protection of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program.
Weber teaches at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
When Joseph Weber first planned a brief summer course for undergraduates at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, he and the organizers expected a couple dozen to enroll. He wound up with 44 students, including one auditor. At the request of the economic journalism department at SUFE, Weber devised and taught an intense eight-day program in business and economic journalism from July 20 to July 28. The class met each night for an hour and a half, including on a Saturday night.
Princeton Review rates Nebraska among nation's best
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is again featured in The Princeton Review’s annual publication outlining the best institutions for undergraduate education.
Fellows, Landscape Services celebrate Mandela Day
Between chants of "Go Big Red" and a final ceremonial song, 25 Mandela Washington Fellows celebrated the legacy of Nelson Mandela with a July 18 tree planting at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Africa’s emerging leaders attending national program at Nebraska
Sonia Feigenbaum, associate vice chancellor for international engagement and global strategies, said it is a pleasure to finally have the fellows on campus after months of planning.
10 undergraduates earn Gilman Scholarship to study abroad
Ten University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have earned Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships, which will enable them to study abroad in summer 2017.
Nebraska researchers selected by São Paulo Research Foundation for collaborative projects
Three University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) faculty members, Mark Wilkins, Troy Gilmore and Gota Morota, have been selected for funding by the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) in Brazil with projects ranging from water management to biomass material development and beef cattle genetics.
International graduates recognized
On May 5 and 6, nearly 3,100 students are expected to receive degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Among this year’s graduates will be 268 international students, who hail from 52 countries around the world.
INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATORS DISCOVER WAY TO FABRICATE POROUS MATERIALS
A team of researchers from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Chinese Academy of Sciences published its findings on ice recrystallization in the May 2 issue of Nature Communications.
Schroeck receives prestigious Boren Award
Alexander Schroeck, a senior mathematics major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, has been awarded a Boren Scholarship to study in China during the 2017-18 academic year.