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.
Since 2011, Peter Capuano, an UNL assistant professor of English, has become a regular presence in the world-renowned scholarly consortium known as The Dickens Project. Along the way, UNL graduate students have gained experience in the field and he’s helped the university stand on fields with academic giants such as Yale, Princeton and Stanford.
UNL graduate students are gaining insights into a wide variety of careers in the humanities, thanks to a 15-school consortium with the goal of strengthening humanities research and its impact on the public sphere.
Prairie Schooner at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has selected the winners for its annual book awards for poetry and short fiction.
Long hidden away in archives and repositories, renowned British explorer David Livingstone’s testimony of the East African slave trade and its horrors only existed on the pages of centuries-old diaries and other manuscripts. Now, scholars and the general public can access those pages to gain new insights on the abolitionist and his travels, thanks to the launch of the new Livingstone Online, coordinated by UNL's Adrian Wisnicki.
The Center for Digital Research in the Humanities and UNL Libraries have named this year’s student fellowships in the Digital Scholarship Incubator.
Visitors to the Sheldon Museum of Art will have the opportunity to walk in Willa Cather's footsteps and take in works of art that inspired her narratives of sweeping vistas that made her novels famous.
Members of the UNL community who were featured in award announcements between April 17-23 include Kurt Geisinger, Bryan Howard, Jake Kirkland, Christopher Marks, Jessica Remaly and Wheeler Winston Dixon.
At a glance, the course might sound more like something from an advertising or technology class: Design an interactive, digital product — an app, a timeline, a 3-D model — chock-full of information. Instead, it's a digital humanities course aimed at connecting UNL students with actual non-profits to achieve common goals.
Five UNL faculty members have earned recognition from the College of Arts and Sciences for outstanding accomplishments in teaching and research.