People in the News

People in the News

Hejny receives Agri-Award at Triumph of Ag Show

Terry Hejny, director of the Nebraska LEAD Program was honored with the Agri-Award on March 8 at the Triumph of Agriculture Exposition Farm and Ranch Machinery Show in Omaha.

Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement to honor two, induct new members

The Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement will honor Robert Andersen and Eugene Glock at a banquet on March 16 in the Great Plains Room of the Nebraska East Union in Lincoln.

Epicrop Technologies announces $3.2 million Series A-2 Equity raise

Epicrop Technologies Inc., a company co-founded by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Ralph and Alice Raikes Professor Sally Mackenzie, announced it has closed a $3.2 million Series A-2 financing round.

New report highlights pig fertility research by Ciobanu

Research conducted by Daniel Ciobanu, associate professor in the Department of Animal Science is highlighted in a new report calling for stronger federal support of the food and agricultural sciences.

Riley to be inducted into elite group of medical and biological engineers

Mark Riley, professor and head of the Department of Biological Systems Engineering at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, will be inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE).

Nebraska LEAD 36 fellows travel to Kansas City, Washington D.C., Chicago

Twenty nine Nebraska LEAD 36 Fellows recently returned home after participating in a 10-day National Study/Travel Seminar conducted by the Nebraska LEAD Program.

Forsberg photo featured on Nebraska's sesquicentennial stamp

A photograph taken by Michael Forsberg, wildlife and conservation photographer and assistant professor of practice in the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication is featured on the Nebraska Statehood Forever Stamp celebrating the state’s sesquicentennial.

'We can grow Nebraska' : President Hank Bounds, NU stakeholders testify at legislative budget hearing

University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds and Board of Regents Chairman Bob Whitehouse were joined by key NU stakeholders in asking the Legislature’s Appropriations Committee for support in growing Nebraska’s economy and providing affordable education for students and families.