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History Harvest to tap state's vast Czech American community

Traveling through Nebraska, it’s typical to see “Vítáme vás” signs on roadsides. The old Czech greeting – “We welcome you” – and its prevalence on the state’s highways and byways is a testament to the vitality and pride of the Czech American population in the state.

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Students will use spring break to help Ugandan women

University of Nebraska-Lincoln students will travel to Uganda over spring break to complete a social entrepreneurship project to assist an organization known as Kinawataka Women Initiatives.

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Stump's work longlisted for Man Booker International Prize

For the second year in a row, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty member is vying for a Man Booker Prize.

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U.S. News ranks grad programs among nation's best

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln featured a number of ranked colleges and programs in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools 2017, which were released March 16.

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Symposium Focuses on Understanding and Embracing Individuals from the Middle East


Join the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNL for the interactive symposium “Let’s Talk: Understanding and Embracing Individuals from the Middle East,” on Thursday, March 17, at the Unitarian Church, 6300 A St., from 1 to 4 p.m. 

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UNL in the national news: February 2016

Antarctica's past, "kinky" spiders, and UNL students frolicking in the snow were included in national news coverage for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in February. UNL faculty and staff appeared in more than 40 separate national news items during the month.

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UNL celebrates 30-year partnership with Senshu University

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln celebrated its 30-year exchange agreement with Japan’s Senshu University on Feb. 15-16.

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UNL to collaborate with Oman Tourism College

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has signed an agreement with Oman Tourism College to facilitate academic collaboration between the institutions.

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WuDunn to discuss global women's rights Feb. 23

Sheryl WuDunn asserts that the greatest unexploited resource in the modern world isn't oil or gold or wind. It's women.

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Science, engineering students sought for research program

The International Research Experiences for Students program is looking for science and engineering students who want to do collaborative research in the Czech Republic this summer.

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