Nebraska U opportunities carry Azurduy from Bolivia to Wall Street

Mariano Azurduy of Tarija, Bolivia, graduates May 18 and will work as an investment banking analyst at Jefferies Group on Wall Street in New York City.

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Ngaruiya Family Fund for Undergraduate Research

The Ngaruiya (pronounced Gar-ee-ya) Family Fund for Undergraduate Research is open to any undergraduate student with an international background who has demonstrated interest in research in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) field. This scholarship is a one-time award to one recipient.

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6 Husker students earn Fulbright awards

Four University of Nebraska–Lincoln graduating seniors and two alumni have accepted Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards for the 2024-25 academic year.

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Students attend Fireside Chat with Canadian Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry

François-Philippe Champagne, Canada’s minister of innovation, science and industry, speaks with Jill O'Donnell, director of the Yeutter Institute, during a May 3 event at Swanson Auditorium. As the U.S. looks to strengthen supply chain resiliency, it makes sense to look to Canada, he said.

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Canadian cabinet minister to discuss trade, geopolitics during Nebraska visit

François-Philippe Champagne, Canada’s minister of innovation, science and industry, has broad experience in the private sector and in government. His May 3 address on City Campus is cosponsored by the Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance and the Association of Students of the University of Nebraska.

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Nebraska on course to offer every grad a hands-on, real-world experience

“Experiential learning has truly become a strategic focus at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln,” Goodburn said. “We are preparing our students to be world ready, to have the skills they need to excel in their career fields and benefit communities across Nebraska, the nation and world.”

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Ho earns Fulbright to study weather impacts on Finland roadways

Nebraska's Chun-Hsing (Jun) Ho will study how the freeze-thaw cycle impacts Finnish roadways and their work to repair the damage as part of a Fulbright Scholar award.

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Vuran developed love of wireless communications as a child disassembling radios

As a young boy growing up in Ankara, the capital of Turkey, Mehmet Can Vuran would disassemble radios for fun to see what was inside and then put them back together.

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Husker gymnast balances classes, Olympics training

Husker gymnast Csenge Bácskay of Budapest, Hungary, looks forward to competing in the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, representing her home country.

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Mom’s advice leads Erickson to study abroad, expand horizons

The College of Business’s Study Abroad Australia program connects students with global business leaders in Sydney, Australia for two weeks of intensive learning.

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