Conner earns faculty Fulbright to teach, develop curriculum in Jamaica
Nathan Conner, associate professor in agricultural leadership, education and communication, teaches class in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. He will soon embark on a Fulbright Fellowship to Jamaica.
Alsayid to travel to Turkey as Critical Language Scholar
Ahmed Alsayid, a sophomore global studies and political science major from Lincoln, is the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s newest Critical Language Scholar.
Experiential learning propels Vu to award-winning work
Mai Vu poses for a photo in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications' Experience Lab
Eight Huskers are first to earn Peace Corps Prep certificate
Peace Corps Prep students Kenzie Steiner and Katie Schmitz paint a mural during a group volunteer opportunity at the LUX Center for the Arts in May 2022.
Middle Eastern and North African student group honored for collective impact
MENA members accept the Collective Impact award from Marco Barker (center), vice chancellor of diversity and inclusion. Pictured with Barker is (from left) Shahla Abrahim, Furqan Mahdi, Sara Al-Rishawi and Hassan Almokhreq.
Slammers rise to the challenge, engage audience
Héctor Palala reacts as he delivers his winning 2023 Student Research Slam presentation on lessons learned teaching young schoolchildren in the highlands of Guatemala.
Nwaizu sharing food engineering, curriculum knowledge with Nigeria
Charles Chioma Nwaizu, assistant professor of practice in food science and technology, is photographed outside the Food Innovation Center on Nebraska Innovation Campus.
Kizghin builds connections, grows research skills as a Husker
Dilziba Kizghin smiles for a photo outside Architecture Hall in her Innocents Society sash.
Nebraska joins international effort to enhance artificial intelligence
Nebraska’s Hau Chan has been selected to be part of an international research effort focused on the ethical deployment of artificial intelligence.