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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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UNL faculty survive earthquake in Nepal

Roger and Sylvia Wiegand, professors emeriti of mathematics, were attending the First International Workshop and Conference on Commutative Algebra in the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu when the earthquake struck about 50 miles northwest of the city.

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Fulbright winner to teach English, theater in Indonesia

Winning a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship presents Bryan Howard with an opportunity to take his interests to Indonesia and combine them into a unique cultural exchange experience.

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Fulbright student Jennifer Gotrik to return to Turkey

She has studied and traveled in India, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Dominican Republic, Norway, Sri Lanka and Turkey. This fall, she will return to Turkey on a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship. She is one of five UNL students who have earned ETA grants for the 2015-2016 academic year.

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