Global Learning Hub

Explore Global Learning Opportunities

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Through the Global Learning Hub, in-person and online learners can explore global learning opportunities in Nebraska and beyond. The Hub is a learning platform with both physical and virtual components that highlights the expanse of international programming, activities and engagement within the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR). Students, faculty and staff can further expand their global network by utilizing it as a resource that will work to facilitate international teaching and learning, connections with scholars from around the globe, and campus/community engagement and programming to enhance the global mindset of the next generation of leaders. The Hub will also facilitate an increased sense of belonging and wellness for both domestic and international students as well as a platform for our global community of learners to interact with and learn from each other.

Services

  • Inspire global curiosity
  • Connect students, faculty, and staff to global opportunities
  • Support international students
  • Promote and advise students on global learning opportunities
  • Build international community
  • Provide global learning programming and resources
Kaitlyn Waller
Kaitlyn Waller
202 Ag Hall
kwaller4@unl.edu
Sylvana Airan
Sylvana Airan
202 Ag Hall
sairan1@unl.edu
CASNR Education Abroad

Find overseas international opportunities

IANR Global Engagement

Connect with internationally focused faculty and staff

Global Opportunities

Discover avenues to global education and careers

Seminar Series

Session I – Global Opportunities ExploreFest Week (February 14-18)

Still searching for a learning or professional experience for summer 2022 to gain global experience? Attend one or more of these info sessions to learn about more options for in-person international or remote with global partners.

  • Monday, 2/14 at 11am: Tropical Biobased Production Systems Summer School (Brazil summer 2022) Info Session. Register to attend.
  • Thursday, 2/17 (during career fair + after at 4pm): International Youth Farm Exchange Program Info Opportunities: IFYE booth at career fair feat. Alan Lambert and program alumna Barb Batie; Q&A with Alan from 4-5pm at the CASNR Global Learning Hub (Agricultural Hall 202, East Campus).
  • Friday, 2/18 at 11am: Food Academy Bootcamp Info Session.
Register to attend
Session II – Climate and Migration Panel: An interdisciplinary discussion

3/3 11 am CASNR is proud to partner with the Department of Modern Languages to host an interdisciplinary panel exploring the many complexities at the intersection of climate change and migration.

Register to attend
Session III – Rural Challenges & Solutions Around the World - Coming Spring 2022

April TBD
The team will bring together voices from several disciplines and life experiences to discuss rural issues in the global context: from entrepreneurship to trade to agribusiness. Panelists will include Laban Njuguna, CEO and Co-Founder of Zabuni Specialty Coffee in Grand Island, Nebraska; Surin Kim, Extension Specialist and Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship with the Department of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design at UNL, and others.

Contact Brianne to be notified once the date is finalized
Previous Sessions
Why does “global” matter to a Husker (part 1)

Hear from CASNR alumna (Ag Economics, ’21) Cicely Batie, newly named assistant director of the Nebraska Department of Agriculture, on how her global experiences have set her up for success in her career plus from CASNR Careers Director Julie Bray-Obermeyer on how to strategically use your global experiences on your resume, interview, or in a position (good prep for the career fair later this month!)

View "Why does “global” matter to a Husker (part 1)"
Why does “global” matter to a Husker (part 2)

Friday, October 8th 12:15 p.m. (Zoom)
Join us for a panel discussion featuring members of the Nebraska community on how they use their global experiences right here in Nebraska/U.S. to be better in their academics, professional work and lives. Panelists include senior Ag Economics major & former IANR Student Diplomate Brock Vetick, Extension Educator Sandra Barrera Fuentes, CASNR Coordinator for Graduate Student Professional Development Jocelyn Gordon, and Southeast Community College Biology Instructor (and CASNR Ed Abroad Alumna) Sarah Spier.

View "Why does “global” matter to a Husker (part 2)"