A liberal arts education builds the knowledge and versatile skills necessary
to excel in a constantly changing world.
Aron Barbey and colleagues had their concussion research published in Brain Communications.
Kim Tyler earned funding from the National Institutes of Health to develop a data-driven, app-based just-in-time intervention for youth experiencing homelessness.
Beth Dotan was selected to receive the 2023 Sower Award in the Humanities from Humanities Nebraska in recognition of her efforts to increase understanding about the Holocaust.
Ken Price earned funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the digital humanities project "The Late-Life Writings of Walt Whitman."
Will Thomas was elected Vice President of the American Historical Association's Research Division.
Scott Stempson was featured on an episode of the History Channel's "The Mega-Brands That Built America."
Several of our faculty earned funding for, or are collaborating on, Grand Challenges projects.
The Nebraska Writing Project earned the 2022 National Park Service regional Education in Excellence Award for the "Write the River: Creative Writing Float and Art Experience."
Nebraska Writing Project
The STEM-POWER Research Program, led by Marianna Burks, Kristi Montooth, and Trish Wonch Hill, received national recognition through an Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT into Diversity magazine.
Biological Sciences, Sociology