Rising freshmen | Photo of the Week
Craig Chandler | University Communication and Marketing
A New Student Enrollment group of first-year engineering students catch a bit of air outside of Morrill Hall during their tour on June 28. The image was captured as the Huskers shot a photo for their
NSE leader, Santiago Giraldo. The university’s 2022 New Student Enrollment sessions conclude on July 8. Social media photos of the week
1- Mandela Washington Fellows pose for a group photo after planting a tree in honor of Nelson Mandela’s birthday. The tradition was started by Mandela when he planted a tree during a visit to London in 1996. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/tf39.
Representatives from the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and teachers from Lincoln Northeast High work together as part of an Early College and Career STEM program. The project’s ultimate goal is to assist with workforce development and student success. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/3zur.
Larkin Powell | Natural Resources
Working through Nebraska 4-H, members of the university’s rodeo team traveled to Geneva on June 29 to teach children about the fundamentals of roping. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/4sip.
Laynie Berkey (center), an emerging media arts student celebrated a successful Power-Up Weekend with a series of photos capturing the experience. The event, held June 24-26, helps prepare first-year Huskers for the start of college in the fall. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/ygaq.
Staff at Nebraska’s Ruth Staples Child Development Lab got hands-on and celebrated International Mud Day on June 29. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/gw50.
Ruth Staples Child Development Lab
Mark Griep, professor of chemistry, poses next to a plaster medallion of Leopold Gmelin, a German scientist. The medallion is one of two on display on the fourth floor of Hamilton Hall. They once decorated Chemical Laboratory, the Department of Chemistry’s first home. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/p4y5.
Mark Griep | Chemistry