CASNR Experience the Power of Red visit day March 30

East Campus
During the Experience the Power of Red Visit Day, attendees will explore UNL’s East Campus, and meet current CASNR faculty, staff and students.

January 20, 2017

Lincoln, Neb. — There is a growing demand for college graduates with a degree in an agricultural field. High school and transfer students can take their first step towards a career in food, water and the natural resources that sustain them by attending the Experience the Power of Red Visit Day on March 30. The event is an opportunity to learn more about the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

During the Experience the Power of Red Visit Day, attendees will explore UNL’s East Campus, and meet current CASNR faculty, staff and students. Students can learn about the college’s 30 academic programs and one pre-professional program in areas such as animals, plants, soil, climate, golf, business, mechanization, leadership, food and forensic science.

 “CASNR students are preparing to create solutions, develop innovations and make discoveries that will change the world,” said CASNR College Relations Director, Sue Ellen Pegg. “Those who attend Experience the Power of Red Visit Day will get a true sense of the CASNR experience.”

The visit will begin at 8:30 a.m. with refreshments and a browsing session, where students get a brief introduction to each department in the college. Following a welcome at 9:15 a.m., students and parents will attend academic sessions that offer more in-depth information about each academic program. The event concludes with lunch and a scholarship drawing at 11:15 am. Optional tours of UNL’s City Campus and East Campus will begin at noon.

Advance registration is required by March 23. To register, visit http://go.unl.edu/casnrspringvisit.

For more information, visit http://casnr.unl.edu or contact Pegg at 402-472-0615 or spegg2@unl.edu


Sue Ellen Pegg
College Relations Director
College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
402-472-0615
spegg2@unl.edu