• Husker Weed Science Teams take top honors at student competition
    Husker weed science team
    September 28, 2017

    The University of Nebraska–Lincoln graduate student Weed Science Team took first place and the undergraduate team second in the North Central Weed Science Society Student Weed Contest held July 27.

    Hosted by Iowa State University, the contest was held at the ISU Field Extension Education Laboratory west of Ames, Iowa. The Nebraska team, represented by 14 undergraduate and 12 graduate students, had a successful showing, bringing home 16 team and individual plaques.

  • Overall CASNR enrollment increases for fall 2017
    CASNR enrollment increases
    September 8, 2017

    September 6, 2017

    Lincoln, Neb. — The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln announced Sept. 6 that total enrollment in the college has increased for the 2017 fall semester. The total number of CASNR undergraduate, graduate and professional students is 3,094.

  • Samantha Teten awarded national scholarship
    Samantha Teten wins national scholarship
    September 8, 2017

    Samantha Teten, a University of Nebraska–Lincoln agronomy major minoring in agribusiness, has been awarded a $2,000 scholarship from the Independent Professional Seed Association. The IPSA created the scholarship program to support and encourage the education of future ag professionals. Teten, who will be a junior this fall, was one of five agriculture-related degree students selected nationally out of 180 applicants.

  • The new Massengale Residential Center offers more than just a room
    East campus hall room
    July 3, 2017

    For many college students, a residence hall is their first home away from home. It's not often that they get to live in a brand new space, but students living on East Campus will have an opportunity to do just that beginning this fall. 

    In the heart of East Campus, the new residence hall will have many amenities that the 1950s-era Burr and Fedde residence halls, the current East Campus housing, don't have, said Steven Jara, East Campus residence director. 

  • Waller celebrates 17 years as dean, looks to future
    Salute to Steve
    April 19, 2017

    Steven Waller will transition to a new role this summer after 17 years as dean of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. He will become interim director of the Center for Grassland Studies on July 1.

    Tiffany Heng-Moss, the college's associate dean, will become interim dean on July 1. A search committee will be assembled in the fall to begin the search for a permanent leader.

  • 40 students honored for research projects
    Spring Research Fair
    April 18, 2017

    The 2017 Spring Research Fair featured more than 200 undergraduate research posters, 10 undergraduate creative exhibits, and 160-plus graduate research posters and exhibits on April 4-5 in the Nebraska Union.

    More than 400 students participated over the course of the two-day fair. To recognize students’ creative and scholarly achievements and accomplishments, prizes were awarded to the top undergraduate and graduate posters and exhibits.

  • Erin Blankenship, CASNR associate dean, receives an Outstanding Teaching & Instructional Creativity Award
    Erin Blankenship - Outstanding Teaching and Instructional Creativity Award
    April 13, 2017

    Four University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty have earned the University of Nebraska system's most prestigious awards for research, creative activity, teaching and engagement.

  • University recognizes future Huskers during FFA convention
    FFA signing ceremony
    April 13, 2017

    April 7, 2017

    Lincoln, Neb. — The University of Nebraska-Lincoln recognized 78 students from Nebraska FFA chapters April 6 who have committed to attend the university in the fall. The inaugural signing ceremony was part of the 89th Nebraska FFA State Convention in Lincoln.

  • Decision-making models help students master science skills
    Jenny Dauer teaching
    October 12, 2016
    In a forthcoming study, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Jenny Dauer demonstrates that teaching and using a seven-step decision-making model helps students become more scientifically literate, and has the potential to overcome subconscious biases and make better-informed decisions.

  • Honoring the past, celebrating the future
    Burr Fedde in winter
    October 10, 2016
    The year was 1957. Dwight D. Eisenhower was in the White House, Elvis Presley was on the big screen in Jailhouse Rock and you could get a gallon of gas for less than a quarter.