June 7, 2024

Cello there

Photo of the Week

A student plays a cello outside in a greenspace on campus.
Craig Chandler | University Communication and Marketing

Craig Chandler | University Communication and Marketing

Connor Peterson, a senior in music, plays his cello in the greenspace between Love Library and Hamilton Hall on June 6. Peterson was playing outdoors while being filmed for a Glenn Korff School of Music student spotlight.

Social media photos of the week

  • Darius Luff cruises to victory in the 110m hurdles semifinals at the NCAA championships on June 5. His time of 13.31 qualified for the finals, which will air at 8:42 p.m. June 7 on ESPN2. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/m6fa.

  • The Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources’ 25th annual Nebraska Ranch Practicum opened this week. The hands-on program provides ranchers with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/jik3.

  • The EAT Family Style program, launched in 2015 by Nebraska Extension, is being implemented internationally at the University of Lisbon in Portugal. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/ca47.

  • Horticulturist Bailley Liddick leads a tour through Omaha’s Lauritzen Garden as part of a Plant Diseases Across Nebraska course. Members of the course represent seven countries and four U.S. states. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/7qjh.

  • The College of Law celebrated Ann Reese (middle) being named the 2024 recipient of the Staff Senate’s Professional Development Award on June 4. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/kxev.

  • Animal Science hosted education sessions for the Niman Ranch Beef Educatoin Summit on June 5. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/enyx.

  • Twenty students seeking master’s degrees in student affairs administration participated in a recent poster session. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/jgwk.

  • At the June 4 planting of a Moon Tree on East Campus, the Lincoln Journal-Star’s Chris Dunker captured this image of Jonas Salk, a therapy dog from the School of Natural Resources, helping dig the hole. Jonas’ handler (kneeling, at left) is Kenneth Pyle, a student success coach. Learn more about the tree planting at https://go.unl.edu/revo.

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