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We are the flagship and land-grant university for Nebraska, and diversity and inclusion are central to our mission and pursuit of excellence. Each person has something to gain from and offer to our community of learning, discovery and outreach. All are welcome here.

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The University of Nebraska–Lincoln supports DACA students

“You are welcome here and we want you to be successful... It’s my hope that you engage, work hard and invest in getting the most from your educational experience as a Husker.” - Chancellor Ronnie Green

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Prospective Students - Raymond Ramirez | Current Students - Charlie Foster


Isabel Velázquez, a UNL professor of modern languages and literature, speaks to the audience at the Translating Women, Translating Feminism in a Globalized World panel discussion on April 12, 2018, at the Nebraska Union, in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Monday, April 16, 2018 Feminism panel explores transnational feminism with Hispanic figures
Faculty members at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln participated in a panel discussion about transnational feminism for the final event of the spring 2018 series, “Translating Women, Translating Feminism in a Globalized World.” Learn more about this event
Surin Kim (left) is leading a research team exploring ways to increase entrepreneurship in rural Nebraska. The project is supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 USDA grant supports rural entrepreneurship project
The project, which partners high school students with rural business owners, will be led by Surin Kim, assistant professor in textiles, merchandising and fashion design and a Nebraska Extension entrepreneurship specialist. Kim will serve as principal investigator and research the economic and social underpinnings of rural flight of youth and young adults in Nebraska. Learn more about this project
Members of the university's Mexican American Student Association talk during a rally on the Nebraska Union Plaza in November 2016. The student group is holding a series of Chicano awareness events the week of April 9.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 MASA offers Chicano Awareness Week activities
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln's Mexican American Student Association is holding a series Chicano Awareness Week events through April 14. Learn more about this event
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The University of Nebraska's incident reporting, or TIPS, system is an online tool for reporting campus incidents or positive acts of kindness. It is available through a link in the footer of every university web page.

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