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One-to-One | The Power of Our Connections
When the world went remote, we stayed connected. See the power of our connections at one-to-one.unl.edu
2018 Institutional Spot - In Our Grit Our Glory
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The National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln helps the world build resilience to drought.
Severe Weather Research
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is leading the most ambitious drone-based investigation of severe storms and tornadoes ever conducted. The project will exceed $2.5 million, with the National Science Foundation awarding a three-year, $2.4 million grant and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration providing additional financial support.
Nebraska Leads Rural
Drug Addiction Research
University of Nebraska–Lincoln researchers lead the Rural Drug Addiction Research Center. With NIH funding, the center works to reduce drug misuse and overdoses.
University of Nebraska College of Law was first in the nation to offer a doctoral degree in space, cyber and telecommunications law. Now they're answering tough space law questions. In the race to develop laws and manage conflict in space, Nebraska is out front.
The Clifton Strengths Institute at Nebraska empowers students to discover what they naturally do best with the same tools used by most Fortune 100 companies.
Food for Health Research
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is discovering new ways food can improve health.
Drones are changing journalism and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is in the forefront with a first of-its-kind academic program in drone journalism.
Nebraska is improving
Nebraska is engineering the future of surgical care with broken bone-mending pins that dissolve and robots that perform surgery inside the body.
Nebraska Leads Water
for Food Research
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is addressing the challenge of feeding massive population growth while using less water for food production and adapting to the changing climate.
Nebraska Gives Voice to American History
Nebraska brings American history and literature to life, ranking 17th in National Endowment for the Humanities funding over the past decade.
Nebraska Leads Biosecurity Research
The University of Nebraska's new collaborative biosecurity lab is leading research to safeguard America's food supply.
The University of Nebraska partners with the Pentagon to combat some of the world's most serious threats.
Nebraska Leads Computer Science and Business Education
Nebraska's Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management creates world-class innovators.
Nebraska Leads Fire
University of Nebraska researchers build drones to aid in agriculture and wildfire fighting.
Early Childhood Education
The University of Nebraska transforms the lives of young children with nation-leading research and practice in early childhood education.
Nebraska’s Critical Virology Research
Nebraska scientists were the first to identify a vaccine that could defend against Zika without producing antibodies.
Nebraska’s Leading Laser Research
Nebraska physicists created the brightest laser light in the history of the world, with the power to revolutionize X-rays for medical and national defense purposes.
Nebraska Leads Governance and Technology
The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center is among the first the bring together scholars in law, business, engineering and media to investigate questions at the forefront of technology policy.
Nebraska Leads Subatomic Physics
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has earned a $51 million grant to advance subatomic physics work.
Only in Nebraska:
Nebraska’s Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts earned HP/Educause designation, putting UNL in the company of MIT, Harvard, Yale, and Dartmouth.
Only in Nebraska:
Nebraska's Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools has made a positive impact on 50,000 students and 500 schools across the U.S.
Kiewit Join Forces
Omaha-based Peter Kiewit Sons’, Inc., announced a $20 million commitment toward an estimated $85 million engineering facility planned for Lincoln. To be named Kiewit Hall, the building will serve as engineering’s academic hub and will house Lincoln-based construction management programs.
Grit and Glory
Grit is determination, resilience. It propels you forward. It's a passion for progress that is bigger than any obstacles that stand in the way. And it is ingrained in everyone at Nebraska. See how.