Wang’s lab is at forefront of food safety science

The analytical methods her lab employs have broad, practical utility — from Chilean farmers who learned the source of E. coli bacterial contamination of their raspberry production thanks to Wang’s analysis, to soy sauce company Kikkoman, which improved its food storage procedures as a result of her work.

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Chancellor Bennett kicks off International Education Week

Chancellor Rodney Bennett marks the opening of International Education Week by encouraging attendance at a variety of events open to students, faculty and staff. With the goal of sharing cultures, exploring new perspectives and preparing students for an increasingly globalized work force, International Education Week is a celebration of worldwide opportunity and exchange. Use the hashtag #IEWatUNL to show us how you are celebrating!

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Partners sought for International Education Week celebration

The division of Global Affairs invites all departments, colleges and student organizations to host an event in celebration of International Education Week, which the university will be celebrating Nov. 13-17.

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Husker gymnast, Hungary native prepares for season post-Olympic qualifying

Sophomore gymnast Csenge Bácskay will head back to the global stage in 2024 at the Paris Olympics to represent Hungary. She qualified for vault at the 2023 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships on Oct. 7.

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From Homesickness to Success: A Journey of an International Student

Welcome to your new international family! First, I want you to give yourself a little pat on your back for making this life-changing decision to travel so far from home! Congratulations!

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Thompson Forum, with theme ‘Uprooted,’ opens Sept. 18

The 35th season of the E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will feature three mainstage speakers, as well as a youth panel.

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Not to brag but being a student, faculty or staff member at Nebraska is a one-of-a-kind experience fueled with extraordinary opportunities. From majors, programs, academic excellence and athletics, being a Husker is something to be proud of. Learn more about some of the most unique spaces to learn and grow at Nebraska.

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Huskers experience nutrition, culture and quilts in Japan

The International Quilt Museum alongside Saitama University teamed up with University of Nebraska–Lincoln students earlier this summer for an opportunity to explore nutrition, culture and textile arts in Japan.

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Studying abroad immerses Uehling in design, architecture

A once-in-a-lifetime experience filled with immersive learning, collaborative creativity and traveling the world — does it get any better?

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Czech Armed Forces Central Band to perform free concert Aug. 23

Czech Armed Forces Central Band will feature a diverse program that showcases the band's virtuosity and versatility on Aug. 23.

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