People in the News

People in the News

State forester Scott Josiah to retire

Scott Josiah, state forester and director of the Nebraska Forest Service (NFS), will retire on July 28 after 18 years of service to the University of Nebraska.

Student-driven series brings science to the masses

A new program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is giving the public an inside look at scientists' lab and field work.
Streaming Science

UCARE student relies on military experience to advance UAS research

Galen Kreifels, a freshman mechanized systems management major from Nebraska city, is conducting a summer undergraduate research project using an unmanned aircraft system to measure water turbidity. Kreifels first became interested in unmanned aircraft while serving as a Cavalry Scout in the Army.

Nebraska student chosen to work PGA Championship

Vincent Bachteler, a PGA Golf Management student at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, will shadow a rules official at the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow in North Carolina on August 7 - 13.

Faculty Spotlight: John Porter

Meet Extension Educator John Porter, who holds a joint appointment with Nebraska Extension and Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture as the Urban Agriculture Program Coordinator.
John Porter

Student Spotlight: Catherine Jones

Meet Catherine Jones, an agricultural and environmental sciences communication major from Bellevue, Neb.

Darci Vetter named Yeutter Institute diplomat in residence

Ambassador Darci Vetter, former chief agricultural negotiator at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, has been named diplomat in residence at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Husker finishes as college rodeo reserve champion

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Reed Kraeger earned a reserve championship at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming earlier this month.