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December 17, 2018

Student Spotlight: Alex Stocker

Meet Alex Stocker, an Agricultural Education major from Grand Island, Nebraska.
Alex Stocker

Public conference offers university students opportunity to learn from trade experts

Students from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln had the chance to discuss timely and serious topics concerning international trade during a one-day conference hosted Oct. 10 by the Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance.
Conference Panel

Board of Regents names Walter “Ted” Carter priority candidate for University of Nebraska president

Walter “Ted” Carter Jr., a higher education executive with an extensive record of growing student and academic success, has been named the priority candidate to serve as the University of Nebraska system’s eighth president. The selection was announced Oct. 25 by the NU Board of Regents.
Varner Hall

University to offer Voluntary Separation Incentive Program to faculty

Eligible University of Nebraska faculty will have the opportunity to choose early retirement under a Voluntary Separation Incentive Program being offered this fall.
University

‘U.S. Farm Report’ to bring college road show to Nebraska

“U.S. Farm Report” a syndicated television show focused on news from the agriculture and agribusiness industries will bring its college road show to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln on Oct. 24.
East Campus Mall

Soil Judging Team again sweeps regional competition

In a demonstration of their grit, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Soil Judging Team for the second time in three years swept the Region 5 competition Oct. 3 in Grand Island, Nebraska, beating out six other teams to earn first place finishes across the board.
Soil Judging Team

Veterinarian who reversed the paws on Milo the puppy will be on campus Sept. 25

Erik Clary, the veterinarian who reversed the paws on Milo the puppy, will be on campus to present two seminars on Sept. 25.
Erik Clary

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