The old cubicles and office environment has been replaced with a study lounge, individual study stations and large group tables. The Language Lab offers 30 iPads for students to use in the lab, each loaded with learning apps and other software for completing assignments.
Thanks to an investment from the College of Arts and Sciences and contributions from the university and Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, the lab is now a powerhouse of meteorology and climatology study.
UNL’s undergraduate computer science program is one of 15 across the United States that have joined a nationwide initiative to recruit more women and underrepresented minorities to the computer science field.
Now in its fifth year, Humanities on the Edge has become notable in scholarly circles and has launched two additional projects in theoretical and critical humanities research at UNL.
UNL's Department of Chemistry and the Nebraska local section of the American Chemical Society will celebrate the life and career of pioneering University of Nebraska chemist Rachel Lloyd Oct. 1-2 with a banquet and a conference.
A new undergraduate major in applied climate science aims to educate the next generation of climatologists and policymakers.
New research by UNL physicists, which was published in the Sept. 12 online edition of Physical Review Letters now gives support to a long-posited but never-proven hypothesis that electrons in cosmic rays -- which are mostly left-handed -- preferentially destroyed left-handed precursors of DNA on the primordial Earth.
A “dream team” of digital humanities researchers that includes Matthew Jockers of UNL will study the development of the novel, thanks to a newly announced $1.8 million grant.
A Latino defendant convicted of murder who is poor is more likely to be sentenced to death by white jurors, a newly published study by UNL's Cynthia Willis-Esqueda shows.
For nine years, Charles Braithwaite and his UNL students have been interacting with counterparts in Russia – but only through audio and video beamed over the Internet. In September, he’ll turn the tables as he teaches his popular Global Classroom curriculum from Tyumen State University in western Siberia.