Lying down on the job

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Lying down on the job

Photo of the Week
A Husker smiles while petting a dog that's lying on the floor
Jonah Tran | University Communication and Marketing

Huskers enjoy the company of therapy dogs during a Big Red Pawp-Up. Formed in 2022, the program aims to help students, faculty and staff decompress with the aid of monthly visits from some furry friends.

A cream-colored golden retriever sits and looks into the camera
Jonah Tran | University Communication and Marketing
A cream-colored golden retriever sits and smiles for the camera.

Social media photos of the week

  • Jayla Dagen wearing a hard hat and wader while working in waist-deep water
    Career Services recently spotlighted Jayla Dagen, a junior in fisheries and wildlife. Dagen spent the past summer interning with the Missouri Department of Conservation, where she got her feet (and legs) wet while learning the basics of fish hatcheries. Learn more at
  • Three Husker scientists stand behind bags filled with harvested sorghum
    The labs of Husker faculty Tom Clemente and Ed Cahoon harvested sorghum for a project aimed at improving the crop’s use as a renewable biofuel. Learn more at
  • Michael Burton sits in front a projection that reads "Animating History"
    Michael Burton, assistant professor of art and design, is leading an interdisciplinary project that uses animation and film to tell stories from American history. Learn more at
  • Cadets with Air Force ROTC run up and down steps at Memorial Stadium
    Nebraska’s Air Force ROTC shared a few early-morning photos from the 22nd anniversary of 9/11, when cadets joined others in climbing Memorial Stadium’s steps to commemorate the first responders who died in 2001. Learn more at
  • Members of Nebraska 4-H and IANR hold up colorful signs and animal masks while posing for a group photo
    Members of Nebraska 4-H and the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources pose for a photo during the annual Husker Harvest Days. Learn more at
  • Husker students sit in circles while talking on the floor of the Nebraska Coliseum
    “On Wednesday we came together at UNL to do something special!” Charlie Foster, special assistant to the vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion, celebrated the 1,400-plus first-year students who assembled at the Nebraska Coliseum for the latest edition of Husker Dialogues. Learn more at

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