Glamour shots | Photo of the Week
Nebraska's Annie Albin and Troy Fedderson pose for updated portraits in the University Communication photo studio. The photos are among images being used to update the University Communication webpage. Campus units and individual faculty/staff can request professional portraits for university business by contacting Greg Nathan at 402-472-2666 or email@example.com.
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Megan Groth, a sophomore speech-language pathology major, reads to first-grade students at Saratoga Elementary school as part of the America Reads/America Counts project. The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid recently celebrated 20 years of partnership with the national program.
Yijun Liao (clockwise from upper left), Richard Wood and Dylan Downes raise a light detection and ranging unit as part of a project to generate a 3D map of Robber's Cave. The local sandstone cave, which features thousands of names etched into its walls, has inspired legends involving Jesse James and the Underground Railroad. The mapping method is being used to digitally preserve the cave, whose soft sandstone is slowly degrading.
Carly Brotherson pulls a sock block outline from the laser cutter at Nebraska Innovation Studio on Nov. 25. Brotherson made the sock blocks for a yarn store, which requested the project through a new 'Request a Maker' button, which matches makers to projects.
Niyukta Kanjariya performs a traditional Indian dance during the Global Huskers Festival on Nov. 20. Held as part of International Education Week, the festival offered the opportunity to explore the rich cultural background of Nebraska students.
Students launch confetti from the stairs of the new Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts during a grand opening celebration on the weekend of Nov. 15. Funded by a $20 million gift from the foundation of Tonight Show icon and Husker alumnus Johnny Carson, the center offers students the chance to learn skills in new and emerging technologies for careers in entertainment, film and beyond.
Ramarro Lamar, a senior political science major, stays busy in his pursuit of a degree by recording music, cheering for the Huskers and leading other students in the Naval ROTC program. Read more about Lamar, other campus veterans and programs that support them and military-connected students.
Snowflakes fly as a pair of Huskers engage in a discussion outside the Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts on the corner of 13th and Q streets. The duo fluttered away before they could be identified. However, Huskers can stay in touch with details on inclement weather-related shutdowns and campus emergencies by registering for UNL Alert.
Adrianna Vang, a junior in the Department of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design, cuts muslin for a bodice she made for a flat pattern course. The department offers four majors and is part of the College of Education and Human Resources.
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