News Archive

UNL begins fundraising for international trade, finance institute

To prepare skilled graduates for in-demand careers in global trade and finance, UNL has announced the start of a private fundraising initiative to establish an interntional trade and finance institute at the university.

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Lu receives international honor for Nanjing massacre research

Suping Lu, professor and liaison librarian for economics, political science and law, was awarded the Special Contribution Award Medallion by the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Museum in China for his research and publications.

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'African Week' events open with poetry reading, discussion

Poet Tsitsi Jaji opens a series of UNL events that highlight African culture.

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Quilt museum expands international ties to India

A recent trip to India is helping UNL's International Quilt Study Center and Museum expand global connections as it builds a world-class collection of quilts.

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Visiting Czech scholar brings research to UNL students, public

The Department of History has established a visiting professorship in one of the cornerstones of Nebraska’s collective heritage: Czech history.

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International Engagement launches visa info website

Launched by the Office of International Engagement, the UNL visas website is designed to make the visa process easier to navigate.

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Love Library hosts Asian artifacts from Lentz Collection

Art from UNL's Lentz Collection for Asian Culture is on display in a new exhibition space within Love Library.

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Annual research report is online

The 2013-2014 Research Report is now available online.
The stories, photos, videos and other information found online offer glimpses into the diverse research, scholarship and creative activity at the heart of UNL’s growing research enterprise.

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Gardner, team ID parasite that infected mammals' ancestor

An egg much smaller than a common grain of sand and found in tiny piece of fossilized dung has helped scientists identify a pinworm that lived 240 million years ago.

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Education Abroad offers new opportunities to students

Education Abroad has created three new scholarships — Early Abroad, AMP, and Global Internships — and a new study in Canada program with money from UNL's new contract with Union Bank.

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