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What’s it like? Experience animal science at UNL!

Animal Sci ArtworkThe University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Animal Science is hosting the 2015 Animal Science Experience Event on January 23rd!  This event is open to all high school and transfer students who are interested in the animal science major.  Come see firsthand what it’s like to be an animal science student at UNL! Participate in an animal science class as well as have a hands-on lab experience with a professor. Eat lunch in the dining hall and tour the animal science complex. Socialize with current faculty, staff, and students to learn more about the opportunities available as an animal science major. The registration deadline is January 16th, but space is limited.  More details and a link to the registration form: http://goo.gl/forms/RqpLn6drWf

Watch and see why you should be an Animal Science major at UNL!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=TJzBQA7gnIg

For a downloadable PDF to print and share: ASCI Experience Flyer 2015  (pdf, 412 KB)

Contact Information

Alli Raymond, Admissions Coordinator, Animal Science Department
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, P.O. Box 830908, A103 Animal Science Building, Lincoln, NE  68583-0908
Phone:  402-472-0204     Fax:  402-472-6362


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Community Vitality Invites You…

CommunityVitalityLogoCommunity Vitality Initiative fosters the Future of Nebraska through:

  • Community-centered capacity building
  • Educational Opportunities that are relevant and research-based
  • Collaborative networks to address opportunities and challenges of rural people and places
  • Collective impact – together we make a difference
You are invited to join the
Community Vitality Initiative (CVI)
All-Inclusive calls -First Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m. CT/8:30 a.m. MT
http://connect.unl.edu/community-vit​
​1-888-820-1398 – Attendee Code – 6058218#
​Please join the CVI listserv – cvi@listserv.unl.edu


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Hands-on experiences in Nebraska’s natural resources!

MasterNatPicJoin the Nebraska Master Naturalist revolution and become part of the legacy!  Nebraska Master Naturalist is excited to announce its upcoming 2015 training schedule.

The Nebraska Master Naturalist Program is an adult education program, focused on providing volunteers with hands-on experiences in Nebraska’s natural resources.  The Master Naturalist program offers the opportunity to get up close and personal with Nebraska’s natural legacy.  Participants will undergo sixty hours of in-depth training, led by experts in their fields.  Learn about Nebraska’s Flora and Fauna, native ecosystems, natural resource interpretation, citizen science, and so much more!

Explore Nebraska alongside scientists, faculty and natural resource professionals.

Contribute your time and expertise through exciting & rewarding volunteer opportunities in habitat conservation, environmental education, citizen science, and more.

Most importantly, connect with Nebraskans who share your passion for nature.

Click here for more information and the 2015 training schedule: http://snr.unl.edu/naturalist/


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First Lego League Volunteers Needed!

Many volunteers are needed to make the Nebraska City First Lego League State Qualifying Tournament on January 17th a success.  There is a job for everyone….whether you are in to robotics or not!  Here’s a list of Volunteer Positions.

To volunteer, create a user account on the FIRST Volunteer Information and Matching System (VIMS). The FIRST VIMS will guide you through:

  • creating a FIRST volunteer user account
  • indicating the event in which you would like to volunteer (Pick Nebraska City on January 17th please!)
  • selecting a preferred volunteer position

New this year, all volunteers must be screened through the FIRST Youth Protection Program. Once logged into the FIRST VIMS, volunteers will be linked to the Verified Volunteers system; you do not need to provide your social security number nor pay the $2.50 to volunteer for the Nebraska FIRST Program.

Thank you for volunteering to make a difference in the lives of our youth!

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