by Laurent Ikuzwe | IANR Communications
Lincoln, Neb. —The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska is set to celebrate its 23rd annual CASNR week from April 17-21, 2023. The week-long event aims to recognize and celebrate the achievements of CASNR students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
“CASNR Week is an annual event where we celebrate the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and bring together our amazing community, said Clare Hornung, CASNR recruitment specialist.
"There are activities the whole week including events from IANR Global, our CASNR Ice Cream Social, CASNR Community Night, and more. We are so happy to be commemorating the 150th anniversary of CASNR this academic year, so that’s even more reason to come together and remember all our accomplishments and look forward to all the innovations we are creating for the future.”
CASNR Week Schedule:
AGH 202 - 11:30 am–1:00 pm
It’s CASNR Week! We are excited to celebrate in our own global way!
¿Hablas español? Fluent native speakers, heritage speakers, language learners—all are welcome to stop by AG Hall 202, grab a coffee, tea + treats, network with others on campus, and talk about your studies/work/research in Spanish!
Not a Spanish speaker, but have questions about global opportunities and learning? Come anyway and chat with Global Learning Lead Brianne Wolf, Global Experiences Coordinator Shannon Smith, Global Hub GA Shabani Muller, and other global staff; who knows, you might leave the event with “un poco español,” too!
Massengale Residential Center Room - 3:30 pm– 5 pm
Attention graduate students: Interested in global food security, promoting U.S. agriculture exports, or engaging in other international work? The U.S. Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) is hiring and wants to chat with you. Learn about the variety of jobs & internships in the FAS, what working there is like, and how to pursue a career there from representative Jim Suits during his one-day visit to the UNL (University of Nebraska Lincoln) campus. Stop by to meet other graduate students and get a chance to casually chat with Jim about these exciting career possibilities.
Dinsdale Family Learning Commons - 7:30 am–9:00 am
Join us for donuts and bacon to help celebrate CASNR week!
Nebraska East Union Room: Great Plains Room - 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
B 4 you hit the hay on Tuesday come on out for some BINGO fun as part of the CASNR week celebration!
Animal Sciences Complex Commons - 11:30 am–1:00 pm
Come grab some grub and enjoy a lunch of grilled hamburgers and hot dogs in the Animal Science Commons.
Food Industry Complex 114D -12:30 pm–2:30 pm
Get a FREE scoop of your favorite ice cream from the Dairy Store! While you’re enjoying your sweet treat, check out the new FEWSS space and interact with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Midwest Dairy.
Hardin Hall - 5:00 pm–7:00 pm
Let’s celebrate CASNR and the community with good food, fun activities, and nifty prizes!
Online (Zoom) - 3:00 pm–4:00 pm
Summer internship opportunity at De Hoge Veluwe National Park in the Netherlands assisting with research projects related to natural resource conservation, wildlife management, and ecology
Internship with the Bimini Shark Lab at the Bimini Biological Field Station in the Bahamas, including but not limited to hands-on research, learning how to operate at a remote field station, various education and outreach experiences, and day-to-day station duties.
Experience German science and engineering and be part of a professional research team at Leibniz University Hannover, one of the 9 top technical Universities (TU 9) in Germany.
A three-month virtual program (Aug-Oct) focused on issues of leadership, sustainable agriculture, climate change, English language development, and the importance and value of the bilateral US-Japan partnership in youth leading the next generation of social and environmental solutions. Program ends with a five-day workshop at the Asian Rural Institute, a few hours outside of Tokyo, from November 1-5, 2023.
Internships in a wide array of areas with faculty at our partners with the University of São Paulo in Brazil (often alongside attendance at their summer school learning opportunity)
Internships with the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service in embassies and consulates around the world
Take part in globally relevant research with partners in CGIAR research centers (current opportunities include Bangladesh, Nepal, Laos)
Globally focused internships based in Nebraska and Colorado with the Corn Board, U.S. Meat Export Federation, Department of Economic Development, Lindsay Manufacturing, and more.
For more information about CASNR Week, contact Meg Kester at 402-472-7909 or email@example.com.