PotW 6/3/22

  • Namibia
    Husker students gather round a fire on a private farm in Namibia. The students are visiting the African nation as part of a conservation-focused trip co-led by Larkin Powell, professor of natural resources and interim associate director of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Larkin called the Namibian farm “among my favorite places on earth.” Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/i2vx.
  • Undergrad researchers
    Nebraska’s Marianna Burks shared photos of the newest participants in the Upward Bound Math-Science Research Bridge Program, which offers first-generation undergrads from underrepresented backgrounds the chance to research with faculty mentors. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/fq8r.
  • Engineering tree
    The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering encouraged its members, “from continental to international,” to hang ornaments on a specially fabricated tree as a way of representing their home countries and cultures. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/rkyv.
  • Student Athlete Advisory Committee
    The Instagram account for Nebraska’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee shared photos of Husker athletes — from left, Samuel Phillips, Sadio Fenner, Micaylon Moore and Madesyn Ronquillio — planning events for the upcoming year. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/cwx8.
  • Formula SAE team
    The Office of Student Affairs posted a photo of Nebraska’s Formula SAE team, an open-wheel racing group that finished 12th at a recent event in Brooklyn, Michigan. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/wxd8.
  • Kaitlyn Richards
    Kaitlyn Richards, a junior in environmental studies from Ankeny, Iowa, shared highlights from her trip to Namibia’s Daan Viljoen Game Reserve, which inspired the caption “earth will never not be amazing.” Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/u2z9.