U.S. News ranks online programs at Nebraska among nation’s best
Led by its online graduate education program in the College of Education and Human Sciences, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln placed several programs highly in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Online Programs rankings.
Fritz awarded elite visiting professorship in Sweden
A trans-Atlantic research network stemming back to graduate school has led Sherilyn Fritz to a prestigious visiting professorship at Sweden’s Lund University.
Nukes or no nukes? Iran simulation teaches high-stakes lesson
Students in Tyler White’s national security honors class study a satellite image of an ambiguous-looking building. They have unconfirmed reports that this is a nuclear enrichment facility in Iran. Their team’s mission is to sort through the conflicting information and to brief policymakers.
National symposium at Lied to address diversity, inclusion
Leaders and representatives from major U.S. universities will gather at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Lied Center for Performing Arts for a comprehensive discussion about diversity and inclusion. The three-day symposium, from Dec. 6-8, will feature opportunities for interaction with the public and university community.
Undergrad pursues research with German fellowship
Sierra Hansen earned a highly competitive fellowship through the German Academic Exchange Service’s Research Internships in Science and Engineering program, similar to the United States’ Fulbright program. The program aims to create goodwill and professional relationships between Germany and North America.
British historian visits Nebraska
In 2015, a Fulbright award allowed University of Nebraska-Lincoln historian Carole Levin to travel to the United Kingdom and ensconce herself in the University of York. That Fulbright is still paying dividends to students with a visit of well-known Tudor historian John Cooper.