Tuesday, January 30, 2018 Discounted faculty and staff meal pricing offered
New this year, faculty and staff can sign up to receive discounted meal pricing at most dining centers and Grab-N-Go locations across campus. More than 170 employees have already signed up to participate.
Through the program University Housing and Dining Services hope to increase opportunities for students to engage with faculty and staff. The anticipated revenue will help provide lower-cost meal plan options for students.
Monday, January 29, 2018 Greek leaders meet with administrators at ‘Friday Afternoon Collaboration’
Fraternity and sorority presidents at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln kicked off the semester’s ‘Friday Afternoon Collaborations’ program by meeting with Assistant Chief of Police Hassan Ramzah and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Jake Johnson on January 26.
A result of the Greek Vitality movement, the session was an opportunity to increase communication and strengthen the relationship between the Greek organizations and the university.
Friday, January 26, 2018 Four new providers joined the University Health Center in the fall
The staff at the University Health Center grew last semester with the hiring of four new providers.
“We are excited to hire these exceptional new staff members so that the Health Center can continue to meet the needs of our students,” said Jeanine Soneson, student health operations manager.
Thursday, January 25, 2018 Presentation proposals requested for Assessment & Impact Summit
Staff at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln can learn fundamental assessment practices, review policies with campus collaborators and hear examples of the impact and change inspired by data collection at the Assessment & Impact Summit on May 9, 2018. The Summit seeks to build staff members' skills in assessment to increase data and analytical competencies to improve the student experience.
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 Johnson named assistant VC for student affairsJake Johnson joins the Office of Students Affairs as assistant vice chancellor for student affairs. He began his duties January 22.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 Health Center offers new diversion-approved alcohol education program
In an effort to continually enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of its services, the University Health Center (UHC) as expanded its alcohol and other drug programs by adding the Alcohol Psychoeducation Workshop.
Thursday, January 11, 2018 Vicki Highstreet honored with national award
Associate Director for Campus Recreation Programming Vicki Highstreet has been selected as the 2018 NIRSA Honor Award recipient. The honor recognized her exemplary services to the Association and her impressive achievements in the field of collegiate recreation. Read more about this honor
Tuesday, January 9, 2018 Huskers Helping Husker Pantry+ celebrates one year of serving Nebraska students
One year ago the Huskers Helping Huskers Pantry+ at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln opened on the third floor of the Nebraska Union. In its first year, the pantry has served 311 students with a total of 1,470 visits.
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Office of Student Affairs temporarily moves to old CBA building
On Monday, Dec. 18, the Student Affairs office in Canfield officially closed for renovation. Asbestos abatement will start immediately and renovations are targeted to be complete by Spring Break. In the meantime, Student Affairs has moved to the second floor of the old College of Business Administration, suite 214. The primary Student Conduct and Community Standards office has moved to Canfield 328.