Community Engagement

Spring Activity

Family Weatherfest
17th Annual Weatherfest is April 1, 2017 from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm at Nebraska Inovation Campus.

Movie Night & Discussion

Disruption Movie

March 2, 2017 from 7:00 - 9:00 PM in Hardin Hall Auditorium

Spring Activity

Big Event

Event: April 8 from 9 am to 1 pm

Sign Up Deadline: March 17, 2017

Registration: Sign-up with the School of Natural Resources

New Mission

The School of Natural Resources Community Engagement Committee is accepting requests from any SNR group planning outreach activities in need of help purchasing promotional materials, including copies, flyers and signs.

In 2017, the committee shifted from utilizing available funds for two annual outreach events to instead focusing on supporting outreach efforts from professors, staff or centers within.

Engage With Us

The School of Natural Resources regularly engages with the community through activities & public speakers.

News

Wardlow co-chairs world remote-sensing task force to provide guidance on new tech, new info


Wardlow co-chairs world remote-sensing task force to provide guidance on new tech, new info

Brian Wardlow, director of the Center for Advanced Land Management Information Technologies in the School of Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, was selected by WMO to be the global co-chair for the WMOs Task Team on the Use of Remote Sensing Data for Climate Monitoring

Teacher professional development program earns grant support


Teacher professional development program earns grant support

The Water Education Leaders for Secondary Science project at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln recently earned a second grant to foster science literacy about water resources issues among science teachers in Nebraska. The 15-month continuing education program, led by Cory Forbes, associate professor of science education with the School of Natural Resources at UNL, will focus on supporting teaching and learning about water that links food, water, climate, energy and environmental challenges related to questions of water quality and quantity.

Is spring springing early in Nebraska?


Is spring springing early in Nebraska?

Spring hopes are building as robins arrive, flowers bloom and forecasts call for extended stretches of 50-plus degree days. However, Nebraska agree it's too early to do more than enjoy warm temperatures in February.

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