People in the News

People in the News

‘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.

Husker entomologist receives early career innovation award

Joe Louis, associate professor in the Department of Entomology at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has received an Early Career Innovation Award from the Entomological Society of America.
Joe Louis

University celebrating longtime connections to Nebraska landowners

In 2019, as the University of Nebraska–Lincoln reflects on its 150-year legacy of improving the quality of life for Nebraska and beyond, it’s also celebrating its longstanding connection to the people of the land.
Land Grant Connects family

Corner Express now open, offers coffee to IANR faculty/staff

While the Nebraska East Union is completing renovation, IANR faculty and staff are invited to bring their travel mugs to the Corner Express, a Dining Services pop-up café on the first floor in the Nebraska East Union, for a free cup of coffee.
ECU Renovation

Faculty Spotlight: James Schnable

Meet James Schnable, an associate professor in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture
James Schnable

Huskers give back to Nebraska through flood work

It’s been months since record-setting floods swept into Nebraska communities and recovery efforts continue to show progress.

Town hall to feature USDA Secretary of Ag

As part of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s 150th anniversary celebration, Chancellor Ronnie Green will host U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue for a public town hall discussion during the Nebraska State Fair in Grand Island.
Sonny Perdue

Powers cultivates sense of community at Backyard Farmer Garden

Powers, research technician in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture and graduate student in applied sciences, took the Backyard Farmer Garden job after a decade of working with Landscape Services.
Ann Powers