With Climate Change, the 2012 Summer Could be Normal by End of Century

Nebraskans who wonder what climate change could portend for the state have a recent reference point: the summer of 2012.

State High School Students Attend World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute

Nebraska high school students attended the World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Sept. 19.

UNL Report Outlines Impact of Climate Change in Nebraska

The scientific debate over whether human activities are the principal cause of climate change is over, a new report from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says.

Broadband Connecting Nebraska Conference Oct. 1-2 in Kearney

The 2014 Broadband Connecting Nebraska Conference Oct. 1-2 will give people a chance to share their success stories, as well as hear from experts about the latest developments in Internet technology.

Poll: Majority of Rural Nebraskans Not Worried About Crime in Their Communities

A majority of rural Nebraskans are not worried about crime in their communities, and concerns about certain specific crimes, though still significant in some cases, have dropped in the last decade, according to the Nebraska Rural Poll.

UNL Dedicates Statues of Former Secretaries of Agriculture

On a day when four former U.S. secretaries of agriculture from Nebraska were honored in bronze on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's East Campus, Ronnie Green already was looking ahead to the need to make room for a fifth and sixth – who knows how many? – statues.

"Pickin' up Pawpaws"

You may know the song better than the tree or the fruit – "Pickin' up pawpaws, puttin' 'em in your pocket..." But pawpaw trees are actually native to Nebraska.

Nebraska Corn Board Partners with UNL for Distinctive $2 Million Presidential Chair

The Nebraska Corn Board has made a $2 million commitment to the University of Nebraska Foundation to establish the permanently endowed Nebraska Corn Checkoff Presidential Chair.


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