In his first official visit to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, new NU President Ted Carter toured campus facilities, meet with administrative leaders and talked face-to-face with students, faculty and staff.
The two-day tour showcased the growing momentum of the NU system's flagship institution, featuring overviews of capital projects on City, East and Nebraska Innovation campuses. Carter met one-on-one with Chancellor Ronnie Green, discussing the N2025 strategic plan and N150 vision; and received briefings from members of the chancellor's executive leadership team. The schedule also included focused discussions with students, faculty and staff, and attending the MLK Freedom Breakfast on Jan. 17.
Terrific start to my @UNLincoln visit. Kicked off with a meeting with Chancellor @RonnieDGreen's leadership team, braved the cold for a tour of important capital projects on East Campus, enjoyed lunch with staff. So much momentum & excitement here as UNL begins its next 150 years pic.twitter.com/dz5CRbYrfE
— Ted Carter (@UofNE_President) January 16, 2020
Carter, who started as NU's 8th president on Jan. 1, also plans to visit the University of Nebraska Medical Center, University of Nebraska at Omaha and University of Nebraska at Kearney campuses. Details of those visits will be announced.
— Ronnie D. Green (@RonnieDGreen) January 17, 2020