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Cambridge honors Jacobs; Bloom assumes new CMS post

An online community of more than 10,000 Web professionals has named the UNL website as the best in 2014 among higher education institutions. Other awards featured in this UNL Today Achievements column include an award from Cambridge for Margaret Jacobs and a new appointment on the Compact Muon Solenoid project for Ken Bloom.

UNL historian on National Press Club panel on Charlie Hebdo attacks

James Le Sueur, UNL professor of history who specializes in France and Algeria, is in Washington D.C. on Jan. 22 as a member of a panel discussing the attacks at the National Press Club. Le Sueur joins four other panelists for the gathering that will host several hundred members of the media, policymakers and think tank associates.

Medill is first fellow from Nebraska; Curry joins Carnegie Mellon seminar; Levine earns book award

Hans Sturm, associate professor of double bass and jazz studies and area head for strings, will travel to Paris in December to receive awards for performance and teaching from the International Rabbath Institute. Other recent honorees featured in Achievements include Colleen Medill, Dawne Curry and Emily Levine.

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