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We're ready for a fantastic finale to the Crossing Borders series! Hear Sonia Shah's “Pandemic: From Cholera to Ebola and Beyond” on January 24, 7:00 pm at the Lied Center. This event is free and open to the public, and is sponsored by Nebraska School of Biological Sciences, UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications and Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.

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“This brew house will open new doors for the university to expand research and extension work into, essentially, any fermented product. It’s also good timing because there is an increased interest in this area, particularly with craft beer, which is a growing Nebraska industry.” -Steve Weier, general manager of the pilot plants

Brewing equipment added to Food Innovation Center

We're nuts about our unofficial furry campus mascot. Happy National Squirrel Appreciation Day!
“Talking with and learning from Nebraskans in their communities is always a priority for us. This year it's extra important to gain input from across the state as our senior leadership team begins to chart a course to take the people's university to the next level.” -Chancellor Ronnie Green

University leaders to meet with public during 11-city Nebraska tour

For her commitment to diversity and inclusion, Karen Kassebaum will be honored with the 2017 Chancellor’s Fulfilling the Dream Award. The honor is reserved for individuals who contribute to the university or community in promoting the goals and vision of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Congratulations, Karen!

MLK honor 'means the world' to diversity director

In Case You Missed It:
Science Cafe is tomorrow night at Morrill Hall. If you're not familiar, Science Cafe is a casual, educational, and entertaining monthly series for adults (21+) exploring a variety of science and natural history topics. Details and registration for tomorrow's event are at the link below.

Science Cafe: Music and Math

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Get to know IANR Vice Chancellor Mike Boehm.

Nebraska a natural fit for new IANR chief

Check out the latest Science & Technology research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Researchers ID target of immune system’s assault on heart

University Classes Canceled Tuesday; Personnel to Report
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has canceled all classes for Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, due to road conditions for students returning to Lincoln.

The following statement was issued at at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 16, effective for Tuesday, Jan. 17: All classes and events at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are canceled; however, all other...
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Celebrate Dr. King's legacy all week long ›› [ Ow.ly Link ] .
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. week (Jan. 16-20) at NEBRASKA ›› [ Ow.ly Link ].

Martin Luther King Jr. Week | University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Tune in Saturday morning as University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Engineering professor Chris Tuan is featured on CBS Innovation TV.
9am KMTV; 11am KOLN/KGIN

Tuan's conductive concrete to be featured on CBS's "Innovation Nation" |...

"Working with Landscape Services has helped me gain a lot of experience. I'm really using it as an opportunity to get a leg up in my classes and down the road in my career." -Zoe Gildersleeve, a sophomore horticulture major

Students gain experience while caring for university landscape

“I learned ins and outs of politics, government and communication in the College of Arts and Sciences. As a member of the speech and debate team, I improved my ability to quickly process information and turn it into a digestible, convincing argument. My time in ASUN (student government) as an upperclassman put those skills to the test and taught me about building consensus in a legislative...
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Alumna named to Forbes '30 under 30' in health care

U.S. News ranks online programs at Nebraska among nation’s best ›› [ Ow.ly Link ].
Welcome back, Huskers! Check out this video from Chancellor Ronnie Green featuring introductions of two of our newest leaders. Go Big Red!

Spring Semester Kickoff

Welcome back, Huskers! We can't wait for classes to start tomorrow.
“The researchers' findings will save lives and stop people from getting sick. And there is a substantial economic benefit, not only in reducing the cost of food borne illness and associated productivity losses, but the cost of food recalls, lost brand reputation and business failures.” -Isabel Walls, national program leader for food safety with the National Institute of Food and Agriculture

E. coli project generates new detection, control methods