People in the News

People in the News

President Bounds, NU supporters testify at budget hearing

Joined by students, leaders in business and agriculture, and other supporters, University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds and Board of Regents Chairman Tim Clare on March 5 asked the Legislature’s Appropriations Committee to invest in the future of the state by supporting affordable, quality education for NU’s 52,000 students.
A regents hearing. Links to larger image.

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 organization plans weeklong celebration of CASNR

The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has designated March 4-8, 2019 as CASNR Week.
East Campus

Student Spotlight: Alexa Johnson

Meet Alexa Johnson, a senior animal science major from Sutton, Nebraska.
Alexa Johnson

Faculty Spotlight: Yufeng Ge

Meet Yufeng Ge, assistant professor of advanced sensing systems in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering
Yufeng Ge

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

Faculty Spotlight: Matt Kreifels

About Matt Kreifels: 

Matt Kreifels

Student Spotlight: Brett Storer

Name: Brett Storer Major: Agribusiness Hometown: Arthur, Neb.
Brett Storer