Global Engagement

Nebraska ranked among world’s top ag and forestry universities

For the second year in a row, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has been named one of the top 50 universities in the world for agriculture and forestry, according to the 2018 QS World University Rankings released Feb. 28.

Heuermann lecture highlights the impact of trade on daily life

The final Heurmann Lecture of the 2017-18 season featured a practical discussion on informing the general public about trade and why the issue is so important to rural America.
Heuermann Lecture

Symposium to highlight issues of international trade in Nebraska

An upcoming symposium at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will highlight the importance of international trade to Nebraska's economy. The Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance is hosting the inaugural CME Group Foundation Symposium, "Changing Governments, Changing Trade: Impacts from Global to Local," March 13 in Lincoln.

University, state officials collaborate on trade mission to Japan

A collaboration between the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Nebraska Department of Economic Development is helping strengthen international trading ties between the Cornhusker State and Japan.

Regents approve Yeutter Institute at Nebraska

The creation of the Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln was approved Dec. 5 by the Board of Regents.

Is sub-Saharan Africa the world's next breadbasket? Nebraska study says it's unlikely

While there is huge potential for sub-Saharan Africa to increase agricultural productivity, the odds that the region will become the world's next breadbasket are low, according to a new study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Sub-Saharan Africa

Extension NEP team participates in cultural immersion workshop

Diversity and inclusion are central to the University of Nebraska’s mission and Nebraska Extension is doubling down. Recently, 45 members of extension’s Nutrition Education Program (NEP) participated in a day-long cultural immersion workshop.
Patricia Luck

Expert: Immigrants have played a key role in Nebraska’s development

Immigrants have shaped Nebraska's society for the past 150-plus years and are critical to its continued development, according to Lourdes Gouveia, professor emerita of sociology and co-founder of the Office of Latino/Latin American Studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.