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Today in Hardin Hall

Time Event & Contact Room
8:30 AM
to
1:00 PM
S. Sundstrom Defense Seminar
Wilma Gerena
901
9:00 AM
to
10:30 AM
Allen Lab Meeting
J. Burnett
207
1:00 PM
to
2:30 PM
ARD/DWFI Sustainable Irrigation Project Meeting
GengXin Ou
209
1:45 PM
to
3:15 PM
DBER Group: STEM-ED Seminar
P. Jimenez
202
2:30 PM
to
4:00 PM
FAC Meeting
Maria Hansen
207
3:00 PM
to
4:30 PM
SCIL-101 Interview
Citlally Jimenez
209

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Inside SNR Headlines

SNR Alumni: Carmen Thonson - Sometimes, it takes a little encouragement


SNR Alumni: Carmen Thonson - Sometimes, it takes a little encouragement

In 1998, Carmen Thomson, a fresh fish and wildlife graduate, was working as Dr. Ed Peters' laboratory assistant trying to decide whether to find seasonal employment to gain experience as a fisheries scientist or to attend graduate school

New publication highlights state's secondary aquifers


New publication highlights state's secondary aquifers

A new publication by hydrogeologists with the Conservation and Survey Division at the University of Nebraska delves deep into Nebraska's seven secondary aquifers and provides extensive detail about their characteristics, with a focus on water quantity, water quality, and water use. The educational circular, "An Overview of Secondary Aquifers in Nebraska," is the first comprehensive analysis of its kind in the state

Letting lawns go brown helps rural neighbors


Letting lawns go brown helps rural neighbors

People may assume drought always causes conflict between urban residents and farmers over water supplies. But a new study of Nebraska's Platte River Basin finds that cities can ease tensions during drought by reducing their consumption and allowing other users, such as agriculture, to take priority.