‘An Interview, a Brothel and a Baseball Great’: UNK professor sharing three tales from early Kearney

Nathan Tye's presentation is scheduled for noon July 12 at Kearney Public Library.

Learn about Nebraska’s rural school past at upcoming event

Rural education posed singular challenges but studying it also opens a unique window into life in…

UNK professor Mary Beth Ailes explores diplomatic tensions in the North Atlantic at April 12 event

The Brown Bag Lecture Series presentation is free and open to the public.

UNK hosts district History Day contest, with 125 middle and high school students competing

Students presented projects in categories such as performance, website design, research paper, documentary film and poster…

UNK history professor uncovers Willa Cather’s connections to campus, Kearney community

Nathan Tye's research was published in the fall 2022 edition of Willa Cather Review.

UNK grad Autumn Langemeier discussing new Historical Marker Equity Program at March 8 event

The program was developed to offer improved access for underrepresented communities and fields of Nebraska history.