“In building this plan, we knew had a rare opportunity to take advantage of the market, solve a challenge that has plagued our university for far too long, and deliver a major win for Nebraska taxpayers, all at the same time,” NU President Ted Carter said.
Launched in 2017 by UNK faculty members Michelle Warren, Laurinda Weisse and Jacob Rosdail, “Coming to the Plains” examines immigration through the eyes of Latin Americans who settled in central Nebraska.
Madsen’s career has spanned many settings, including outpatient rehabilitation, high school outreach and collegiate athletics. He currently serves as the clinic administrator at Prairie Meadows Dental.
Scheduled for July 12-16 in Discovery Hall, the Super GenCyber Girls camp uses hands-on activities to teach cybersecurity concepts, then participants learn about the technology by spending time in the lab.
University of Nebraska leaders have approved a new system-wide policy that clarifies pay practices and who is required to work when a major administrative unit is closed because of inclement weather. The policy applies to all regular, temporary and on-call employees holding non-academic positions across the NU campuses, including employees in administrative, managerial/professional and office/service […]
UNK is removing four vacant buildings this spring and summer as part of its campus master plan. The former Luke & Jake’s Bar-B-Q restaurant and east heating plant were already removed and the Otto C. Olsen building will be torn down in July.