Recent honors collected by the UNL community include recognition for faculty/staff Jocelyn Bosley, Jeffrey Day, Becky Faber, Sharon Kuska and Jonnisha McCleod; students in communication studies, English, journalism and mass communications, and music; and researchers in the multi-institutional Useful to Usable project. Click through for more information about each award.
Recent honors collected by the UNL community include recognition for faculty Dawn Braithwaite and Susan Swearer; students Alissa Doerr, Taylor Fritsch, Emily Sisco, Elizabeth Straley and Ethiyal Raj Wilson; as well as UNL's Alpha Phi chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon. Click through for more information about each award.
Recent honors collected by the UNL community include recognition for Dawn Braithwaite, Charles Francis, Melissa Homestead, Darren Johnson, Gary Pickard, Donde Plowman, Matthew Schaefer, Anna Shavers, Patricia Sollars, Judy Walker, Don Wilhite and Catherine Wilson. Click through for more information about each award.
What is a human? Who is a human? What does it mean to be human? The answers to these questions, once thought of as fairly simple, are becoming more complicated. Humanities on the Edge will examine this complexity starting Sept. 17.
The initiative, which is heading into its fourth year, has new goals that researchers like Bridget Goosby (pictured, in dunk tank during a recent community outreach event) hope will leave an indelible mark on the state.
Recent honors collected by the UNL community include awards for current and past research, as well as career recognitions for teaching and research excellence. Click through to see all recent achievements earned by faculty, staff and students.
Members of the UNL community who were featured in award announcements between May 29 and June 18 include faculty Mathias Schubert and Janos Zempleni, and students Drew Conley, Julia Moore and Tshui Mum Ha.
The UNL speech and debate team finished its 144th season as one of two teams to earn top 10 finishes at two national tournaments.
A National Science Foundation grant will fund a new summer research program at UNL led by Kirk Dombrowski (pictured) that aims to train the next generation of scientists in both minority health disparities and social network analysis.
In his new book, “Gambling with the Myth of the American Dream,” UNL scholar Aaron Duncan explores how changes in society have also given way to a significant rise in gambling – a boom, he says, that’s not going bust anytime soon.