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Nebraska celebrates International Education Week

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is celebrating International Education Week with a series of events through Nov. 18.

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Housing to host International Education Week festival

As part of International Education Week, University Housing is hosting an Intercultural Education Festival, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 18 in the University Suites Multipurpose Room.

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Undergrad pursues research with German fellowship

Sierra Hansen earned a highly competitive fellowship through the German Academic Exchange Service’s Research Internships in Science and Engineering program, similar to the United States’ Fulbright program. The program aims to create goodwill and professional relationships between Germany and North America.

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British historian visits Nebraska

In 2015, a Fulbright award allowed University of Nebraska-Lincoln historian Carole Levin to travel to the United Kingdom and ensconce herself in the University of York. That Fulbright is still paying dividends to students with a visit of well-known Tudor historian John Cooper.

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Jha presents at Corvinus Business School in Hungary

In an intensely competitive marketplace, how do hotel brands remain fresh and relevant? How can they predict what guests might want and consistently deliver a high-quality experience? These were some of the questions addressed during a recent presentation by Dipra Jha in Budapest, Hungary.

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Shah's E.N. Thompson lecture rescheduled

The E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues lecture by Sonia Shah that was scheduled for Nov. 9 has been postponed until Jan. 24, 2017.

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Investigative science journalist Sonia Shah to speak Nov. 9

Investigative science journalist and author Sonia Shah will close the 2016-17 E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues with "Pandemic: From Cholera to Ebola and Beyond" at 7 p.m. Nov. 9 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.

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Nebraska Lecture to feature African Poetry Book Fund

In four years, what started as a small literary project at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has become an award-winning organization lauded for raising the international profile of African poetry. During the fall Nebraska Lecture, English professor Kwame Daweswill share the brief, yet exciting, history of the African Poetry Book Fund.

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African leaders approve drought management framework

Nebraska-based drought mitigation researchers are helping African leaders develop plans to combat future drought events.

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Nebraska lands in top quartile of U.S. News global rankings

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is in the top quartile of U.S. News & World Report’s newest ranking of the world’s top universities.

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