The National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program for Addictions Counselors provides financial support and training for master’s-level counseling students who are committed to serving minority populations.
These outages are necessary so contractors can connect Village Flats and the Plambeck Early Childhood Education Center to UNK’s high-voltage electrical grid and provide a redundant power supply for other buildings located west of the canal.
“I want to see agriculture in a different light,” said Janicek, who graduated last week with a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness. “Here in Nebraska, it’s heavy production and big operations. I’m going to a really small farm to focus on research and development.”
Established in 2003, the award is presented to individuals in recognition of their community service and support of UNK, the Kearney area, state of Nebraska and higher education. It is UNK’s highest honor.