University of Nebraska Interim President Dr. James Linder has announced the seven recipients of 2014-15 Presidential Graduate Fellowships. These prestigious fellowships honor a select group of NU graduate students each year on the basis of high scholastic performance and personal accomplishment. Fellows receive a stipend provided through the University of Nebraska Foundation that allows them to pursue their studies full-time.
New round of Virtual Scholars awards to address needs of Nebraska students, schools
The University of Nebraska announced today that it will continue its highly successful Nebraska Virtual Scholars program in 2014-15 by offering 150 scholarships for students in the state to take courses from the University of Nebraska High School for free.
University of Nebraska distance learning initiatives continue significant growth
The University of Nebraska is continuing its success in expanding distance education initiatives that meet the needs of students and help to build a skilled workforce for Nebraska, according to a report presented today to the Board of Regents.
Dr. Gabrielle Banick named to lead P-16 efforts
The University of Nebraska announced today that Dr. Gabrielle Banick, a longtime educator with experience in improving student outcomes and connecting education to workforce needs, will join NU on Aug. 1 as assistant vice president for P-16 initiatives.
Interim President Linder speaks at regional conference on universities’ role in economic development
What do fuzzy photos of typewriters tell us? That change is inevitable – and that to thrive in an era of extraordinary technological innovation, an entrepreneurial mindset is required.