Global Engagement

Yeutter Institute kicks off podcast with Gov. Ricketts

The first episode of Trade Matters, a podcast of the Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, has been released, with Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts discussing his views on trade.
Trade Matters

‘Defamation Experience’ explores diversity, inclusion issues

The University of Nebraska Diversity Officers Collaborative, the UNL Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources is bringing “The Defamation Experience” to campus Sept. 24-25.
Campus

Registration open for international trade conference

Registration is open for a one-day international trade conference hosted by the Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, in collaboration with the Nebraska Farm Bureau.
Trade Conference

IANR Office of Global Engagement under interim leadership

IANR Assistant Vice Chancellor for Global Engagement, Josh Davis has transitioned to a new role at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, now serving as associate vice chancellor for global affairs and senior international officer.
Global

Panelists stress importance of trade to farm economy, rural communities

Proposed tariffs, sanctions and other trade barriers are leading farmers and agribusinesses into a new era of unpredictability. This was the message a panel of trade experts delivered at a symposium June 4 in Lincoln.
Trade symposium panel

Beghin Named Michael Yanney Chair at Nebraska

The Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance and Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln announced May 13 that John Beghin has been named the Michael Yanney Chair of International Trade and Finance. Beghin will start June 1.
John Beghin

Yeutter Institute announces inaugural advisory council members

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance has announced 13 inaugural members of its advisory council.
A student walking out of the Agricultural Engineering building. Links to larger image.

Student research on patient health factors to be presented at national conference

A University of Nebraska–Lincoln pre-med student’s research project is shedding light on how a patient’s healing often may be affected by social factors not directly addressed by a hospital visit.
Jocelyn Daubendiek

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