The University of Nebraska system would implement a three-year plan for addressing fiscal challenges brought on by COVID-19 while also laying the groundwork for long-term growth and success under a proposed budget announced today by President Ted Carter. The proposed 2020-21 operating budget, which will be considered by the Board of Regents at its June 26 meeting, reflects the unprecedented moment that higher education is experiencing because of the pandemic, Carter … [Read more...] about At ‘unprecedented moment’ for higher ed, NU budget plan lays groundwork for growth
The University of Nebraska is reminding students, faculty, staff, and friends and supporters that they are invited to the third annual “I Love NU” Day, scheduled for Tuesday (March 10) at the Nebraska State Capitol. The event is an opportunity for individuals to show support for the university and visit with state senators about the work and impact of NU’s campuses. All members of the public are welcome. The day will begin at 1:30 p.m. in the Capitol’s Hearing Room … [Read more...] about Reminder: “I Love NU” Day is March 10
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_y67QYxy_s Students, faculty, staff and friends and supporters of the University of Nebraska are invited to the third annual “I Love NU” Day on Tuesday, March 10, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Nebraska State Capitol. The event is an opportunity for individuals to show support for the university and visit with state senators about the work and impact of NU’s campuses. All members of the public are welcome. The day will begin with … [Read more...] about Third annual “I Love NU” Day is March 10
By MELISSA LEE University of Nebraska Communications LINCOLN – In his annual State of the State address Wednesday, Gov. Pete Ricketts proposed a new scholarship program that would support students at the University of Nebraska, state colleges and community colleges pursuing degrees in high-demand fields such as engineering, mathematics, health care and information technology. The governor’s proposed Nebraska Career Scholarships Program would invest $16 million … [Read more...] about Governor proposes scholarship program supporting students in high-demand fields
Economy, arts, architecture and more all 'enhanced by UNK,' Chancellor Kristensen says By MIKE KONZ Kearney Hub KEARNEY - What would Kearney be like without UNK? “That’s almost so large it’s unthinkable,” University of Nebraska at Kearney Chancellor Doug Kristensen said. He believes a better question might be, what would Nebraska be like without UNK? In 1903 the Legislature voted 111 times before finally mustering enough votes to build the state’s new … [Read more...] about What would Kearney be like without UNK?