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Wildflower Week Will Feature Tours, Speakers, More

Wildflowers are an important part of any region's identity. Nebraska Wildflower Week celebrates this sense of place through wildflower-related events and activities the first week in June, when many of Nebraska's prairies and gardens are at their prime.

IANR Staff Honored with Awards

Four University of Nebraska-Lincoln staff members received awards today for their service in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Ronnie Green, Harlan Vice Chancellor of IANR presented the awards during a luncheon held at the Nebraska East Union.

Bill Rishel Named Block and Bridle Honoree

Bill Rishel of North Platte will be recognized as the newest University of Nebraska-Lincoln Block and Bridle honoree.

Nebraska Extension's Lodl Honored by National Afterschool Association

Kathleen Lodl, associate dean for Nebraska Extension, has been selected as one of the most influential in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) by the National AfterSchool Association.

UNL Rodeo Association to Host 57th Annual Rodeo

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Rodeo Association will host the 57th annual UNL Rodeo April 17-18 at the Lancaster Event Center.

Speaker to Examine Life as a Woman Under Socialism

As an author, poet and cultural ambassador, Brenda Flanagan has traveled the world, but only the Czech Republic has endeared itself to her so much that she considers the country her second home.

Niemeyer seminar explores home hazards and human relationships

The interaction between humans and their built environment can create health hazards that are not always visible yet have serious ramifications. The Charles and Shirley Niemeyer Healthy Housing Seminar, 1-3 p.m., March 5 at the East Campus Union Great Plains Room, will explore this health connection between housing and families.

Rural Poll: Self-Employment Becoming More Common in Rural Nebraska

Many rural Nebraska households utilize self-employment and multiple job-holding to piece together their incomes, according to the Nebraska Rural Poll.

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