Our quest for new knowledge takes us around the world and excites others to collaborate with Nebraska.
Creative alternatives to study abroad with experts in Ireland and the Middle East, among others.
Advancing magnetism with the Beijing University of Chemical Technology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the City University of Hong Kong, and the University of Science and Technology of China.
Giving women Irish poets a voice with Cork University in Ireland.
Cultural exchange between the U.S. and other countries
Recent graduates, graduate students and young professionals can conduct research, study or teach in one of 155 countries.
Greater cultural awareness for greater leadership
Undergraduate students are awarded up to $5,000 to study or intern abroad. They can gain a better understanding of other cultures, countries, languages, and economies -- preparing them for leadership roles.
Pinpointing tumor-related protein to improve cancer treatment with Moscow State Medical University, among others
Linking cervical microbiome and cancer with the Ocean Road Cancer Institute in Tanzania
Understanding Earth’s largest extinction event with the Swedish Museum of Natural History, Geoscience Australia, and Bocking Associates
Storing data and software for new Large Hadron Collider project with the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN), Switzerland
Launching Nebraska's Global Virtual Project with the University of Nizwa in Oman
Understanding high-altitude bird evolution with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Aarhus University in Denmark
Observing long-sought nanoscale phenomenon with Sungkyunkwan University and Pohang University of Science and Technology in South Korea
Designing clean-energy catalysts with Beijing University of Chemical Technology
Mapping barn swallow song with Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University in Turkey, State Darwin Museum in Russia, Babeş-Bolyai University in Romania, and Academia Sinica in Taiwan
Improving solar-cell material with King Abdullah University of Technology in Saudi Arabia
Exchanging culture with 20 students from Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Angola and South Africa
Engaging with Russian students with Tyumen State University
Discovering microbes under Antarctic ice with University of Venice in Italy and Aberystwyth University in the United Kingdom
Preventing HIV spread in Puerto Rico with the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine
Shedding light on Spanish history and culture with Museum of Fine Arts in Spain
Understanding ecosystem change with Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Sweden and James Cook University in Australia
Studying the Armenian Genocide with scholars from Armenia, Cambodia, Canada, Holland, Hungary, and Israel
Managing the particle accelerator in France
Furthering evolutionary science with Aarhus University in Denmark
Forging ahead in attosecond science with Aarhus University in Denmark and Voronezh State University in Russia
Measuring global population-energy relationship with Kent University in England
Taking X-rays further with Bar-Ilan University in Israel
Improving information technology materials with University of Twente in the Netherlands, National University in Singapore, and Trinity College in Ireland
Finding new materials for nanotechnology devices with the Korea Institute of Materials Science and Pohang University of Science and Technology in South Korea