Rodeo Teams Will Compete for Scholarships at Nebraska State Fair

The third annual Nebraska High School Rodeo will take place Sept.7 at the Nebraska State Fair. For the first time, the fair will co-host the rodeo with college rodeo teams from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture-Curtis, Chadron State College, Hastings College and Mid-Plains Community College.

Plant Pathology Professor Awarded Grant to Study the Involvement of Blue Light in Plant Immunity

Jim Alfano, professor in the Plant Pathology Department has been awarded a two-year, $264,889 grant from the National Science Foundation.

Faculty Spotlight: Yuzhen Zhou

Meet Yuzhen Zhou, an assistant professor in the Department of Statistics.

Student Spotlight: Liz Uehling

Meet Liz Uehling, a senior Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communications major.

IANR Hosts Undergraduate Research Experience for International Students

Over the summer, the Office of Global Engagement in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln hosted an Undergraduate Research Experience for students from the Northwest Agriculture & Forestry University located in Yangling, China.

Freshmen Discover Strengths, Develop Leadership Skills in CASNR Seminar

The Dean's Scholars in Experiential Leadership seminar is a weekly non-credit seminar available to CASNR freshmen at no cost. The seminar helps participants develop leadership skills, become active in the community and meet fellow students.

Faculty Spotlight: Yue Zhang

Meet Yue Zhang, an assistant professor in the Department of Food Science and Technology.

Student Spotlight: Amanda Clymer

Meet Amanda Clymer, an agricultural economics student from David City.

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