People in the News

People in the News

New web site provides resources for IANR employees temporarily working from home

Many employees from across the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources are temporarily working from home as they practice recommended social distancing measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. Temporarily working from home can take a toll on mental, emotional, relational, physical, and nutritional health.
IANR faculty and staff resources website

Student Spotlight: Lily Steen

Meet Lily Steen, a senior animal science major and Nebraska Beef Industry Scholar from Minden, Neb. 
Lily Steen

Staff Spotlight: Sarah Polak

Meet Sarah Polak, a Nebraska Extension assistant.
Sarah Polak

Three IANR faculty members complete LEAD21 leadership training

Lincoln, Neb.

LEAD21 IANR graduates

Sunderman soars in virtual dissertation defense

Hannah Sunderman will always remember March of 2020, as she celebrated her 26th birthday and successfully defended her dissertation, “The Development of Generativity Among College Student Leaders Who Mentor: A Growth Curve Analysis,” virtually via Zoom.
Hannah Sunderman

CASNR student balances remote Nebraska education and working on family ranch

As students across Nebraska and beyond are transitioning to a new normal at home, many in CASNR are balancing their education with chores at home in production agriculture.
Shaylee Jones

Weld your way at NCTA

A challenge issued last fall to six students in a college welding lab scored an A+ for success.
NCTA welding

Link honored as unsung hero of plant biology

Samantha Link, research manager for plant science in the Agricultural Research Division in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, was recently recognized as an unsung hero of plant biology by the American Society of Plant Biologists.
Samantha Link