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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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.
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?
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.
International media amplify Husker study on dangers of microwaving plastic
A recent story published by Wired is one of dozens that have spotlighted a study from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Vrbka furthers passion for serving abroad though CAST trip
Cordell Vrbka, a senior pre-veterinary medicine and fisheries and wildlife major from Malcom, Nebraska, came to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with the goal of being the first in his family to graduate from college.
Lu’s book examines German diplomacy during, after violence in Nanjing
University of Nebraska–Lincoln scholar Suping Lu has spent his career researching and writing about the Nanjing Massacre, and has sourced new documents from Germany for his latest book exploring the atrocities committed during the Japanese occupation of Nanjing in 1937 and 1938.
Morocco collaboration to boost wheat research, grad study opportunities
Plant scientists Fatiha Bentata of Morocco and Intissar Zarrouk of Tunisia screened these wheat samples for resistance to root rot caused by the Fusarium fungus as part of greenhouse research at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln last fall. The scientists, visiting the university through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Scientific Exchanges Program, analyzed 13 wheat varieties grown in Nebraska for disease resistance. At left are non-inoculated control plants. At right is a soil mix inoculated with isolates of the Fusarium fungus.