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'Color and Contour' showcases French quilts

The International Quilt Study Center and Museum is shedding light on historical French quiltmaking traditions in “Color and Contour: Provençal Quilts and Domestic Objects.

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19 Huskers earn Gilman Scholarship to study abroad

Nineteen University of Nebraska-Lincoln undergraduate students have earned Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships. The awards will allow the students to study abroad during the summer 2018 term.

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Moze-Kadavy, Villota earn Boren Scholarship

University of Nebraska–Lincoln students Dana Moze-Kadavy and Victoria Villota have earned the National Security Education Program's Boren Scholarship to study critical languages abroad.

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Yazidi advocate takes unlikely path to Husker master's degree

Language and learning have often led University of Nebraska-Lincoln student Hadi Pir down paths of danger and uncertainty. On May 4, they will lead him across the stage of Pinnacle Bank Arena, where he will receive a master’s degree in education.

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Nebraska sets record with 16 Fulbright winners

A record 16 University of Nebraska–Lincoln students have earned Fulbright awards for the 2018-19 academic year. The university could extend that record as two students are waiting to hear the outcome of their Fulbright applications.

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Three Huskers earn Critical Language Scholarships

Three University of Nebraska–Lincoln students have received U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships for summer 2018.

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Huskers partner with teens for immigration project

Huskers and students from North Star High School are hosting a free community event 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 18 at the Midwest African Museum of Art, Culture and Resource Center. The event will feature a discussion on immigration and refugee resettlement in Lincoln.

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Tippens explores well-being among African refugees

Tippens is investigating how Congolese refugees, particularly elders, are faring in Tanzania’s urban environments. With funding from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Office of Research and Economic Development, Tippens interviewed 50 Congolese refugees living in urban informal settlements in Dar es Salaam. She asked about their stressors, coping strategies and social supports. Coping strategies and preferred social supports differed by age.

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