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Four students earn Fulbrights; two named alternates

Four University of Nebraska-Lincoln students and alumni have earned Fulbright awards for the 2017-18 academic year, while two others have been chosen as alternates.

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Virtual talk with Norwegian ambassador is April 5

Kåre R. Aas, Norway's ambassador to the United States, will hold a virtual conversation from 10 to 11 a.m. April 5 in the Nebraska Union, Heritage Room.

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Libraries to host Czech history exhibition, events

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries' Archives and Special Collections will hold a series of events that celebrate Czech history in March and April.

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Global Café to examine totalitarian societies, dissidents

Hana Waisserova, lecturer of modern languages and literatures, will lead a “Global Café: Totalitarian Societies and its Dissidents” talk at 3 p.m. March 9 in the Nebraska Union, Colonial A.

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Digital Commons ranked among world's best

The Digital Commons achieved a notable milestone in January. In the most recent release of Cybermetrics Lab’s Ranking Web of Repositories, Nebraska’s Digital Commons was ranked 11th worldwide, 7th in North America and 6th among educational and research institutions.

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Our Nebraska series encourages diversity, inclusion, education

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will host a weeklong series of events exploring diversity issues. The Our Nebraska program, previously known as the Empowerment Forum, is March 6-10.

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Nebraska joins elite list of host institutions for U.S.-Africa program

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has joined a top list of American institutions that will host a group from the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders this summer.

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University issues statement, advisory following presidential order

Following President Trump's executive order barring entry to the United States by those coming from seven Muslim-majority countries, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln issued the following statement and shared an advisory with its international community of scholars. The International Student and Scholar Office is available to meet with you for any questions or concerns you may have. 

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Students visit Panama for sustainability project

Twelve students in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Global Immersion program spent winter break in Panama helping a teak tree plantation.

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Lunar New Year celebration Jan. 26

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will host a Lunar New Year celebration from 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 26 in the Centennial Room of the Nebraska Union.

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