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Clubs & Organizations

Get involved in our vast line-up of clubs and organizations.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers students more than 500 clubs and organizations. In addition to the University-wide organizations, CASNR supports a number of organizations that relate directly to our student's interests. Each of these experiences offers students a way to learn more about their major, their community or themselves. Engaging with other students through these opportunities opens your mind to new possibilities for career or life outside the university.

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Morrill Scholar

Justin Smith Morrill Scholars

Follow the footsteps of a leader in agricultural education.
The Justin Smith Morrill Scholars program offers participants the opportunity to emulate the powerful model Sen. Morrill offered as a key figure in establishing land grant institutions. Through the program, students will build their engagement in lifelong learning, leadership development, and civic engagement.

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2014 members of the Dean's Scholars for Experiential Leadership.

Dean's Scholars in Experiential Leadership

A weekly freshman seminar that helps you hit the ground running in terms of leadership, involvement and success.
Experience and leadership are two key characteristics employers seek when hiring. So CASNR has made it easy— and free—to discover your strengths, connect you with opportunities to develop your leadership skills, and provide the real-world experience you’ll need to compete in your chosen career. Regular opportunities to meet with Dean Waller and other outstanding faculty and staff leaders provide an outstanding resource for your future.

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Biochemistry students conducting research with the department chair.

Research Opportunities

Important contributions come from CASNR every year to improve agriculture, food industries, environment, well-being of families and community development. Research for these areas occurs in fields, feedlots, nature, homes, yards, cities, and towns. Students are invited to work side-by-side with faculty in many areas to improve life in the state, nation, and world. Research is done in the classroom, through the UCARE program, Discovery Corps, and the Undergraduate Honors Student Research Program.

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