CBA leads university’s U.S. News & World Report ranks
The College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has jumped 13 spots and into the Top 50 of undergraduate business schools in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.
Confucius Institute cooking classes begin Sept. 19
Chinese cooking classes presented by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Confucius Institute continue Sept. 19. Participants will make traditional Chinese dumplings.
Bangladesh culture celebration is Sept. 10
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will host "The Festivals of Bangladesh," a cultural celebration, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 10 in the Nebraska Union Ballroom.
Free E.N. Thompson Forum tickets now available
Tickets for the 2016-17 E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues lecture series, “Crossing Borders,” are now available. This year the forum will welcome three acclaimed journalists and authors – Sonia Nazario, David Brooks and Sonia Shah.
New Activities Provide Excitement for International Welcome
The international welcome team, comprised of 24 domestic and international undergraduates from 10 countries, greeted incoming students at the Lincoln Airport and helped students board free shuttles to campus.
Japanese trade organization leader to speak
Hiroyuki Ishige, chairman and CEO of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), will speak at the University of Nebraska on Sept. 13 as a guest of the developing Clayton K. Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance. Ishige will address the progress made toward Asia-Pacific economic integration and the role of the United States and Japan.
UNL and Thailand university formalize link
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln and King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi in Bangkok, Thailand, have cemented their commitment to academic collaboration.
UNL named global ‘Rising Star’ in research
Springer Nature, one of the world’s leading publishers of natural science research, has named the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to its international list of 2016 Rising Stars.
Center earns $3.5 million grant to support Latino students
The Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools has earned a $3.5 million grant to explore how to better support Latino students by connecting their experiences at home and school.