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Visiting Brazilian scholar to discuss early childhood development

To mark the start of an emerging partnership between the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Brazilian early childhood researchers, the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools will host Ricardo Paes de Barros, a leading Brazilian economist, for a 10 a.m. presentation Aug. 11 at the Nebraska Union.

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Hawley eyes international data to answer education policy questions

International data analysis, with its steep barrier to entry, remains uncharted territory for many researchers.

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Sheldon adds Shonibare sculpture to collection

A billowing sculpture by British-born and Nigerian-raised artist Yinka Shonibare is now showing on UNL's City Campus.

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Burnett earns Humboldt Prize

Stephen Burnett has a unique skill set: he is fluent in Hebrew, German and Latin and has research expertise in Hebrew Bible texts.

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Hamann earns national public policy award

Research has many purposes, but one of its highest callings is to influence public policy.

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International Cather Seminar coming to UNL June 8

Willa Cather poses in front of an engraved boulder on the University of Nebraska campus in the early 1890s. Scholars from around the world will be at UNL June 8-12 to attend the 15th International Cather Seminar.

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Students earn Gilman scholarships

Twenty UNL students were awarded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to study abroad during the 2014-15 academic year.

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Zempleni to represent UNL at international research workshop

The workshop, entitled Non-Coding RNAs: A New Frontier in Biomedical Research, aims to not only further our understanding of microRNAs, but also to foster relationships among participants. 

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Kelsey Lee to travel to Thailand on Fulbright grant

Since graduating from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in spring 2013, Kelsey Lee has been working as a youth coordinator for Americorps, putting her anthropology major and minors in human rights and humanitarian affairs to good use.

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UNL Nepalese students rally in wake of massive quake

After a stunned weekend spent scrolling through Facebook looking for earthquake survivors’ names, Nepalese students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have mobilized to help their stricken homeland.

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