The 2015 Rural Futures Conference poster competition is open for undergraduate and graduate students who wish to present a poster on “big idea” research questions that showcase new knowledge and bold ideas.
Participants must submit a 250-word abstract by Sept. 18 to be considered for the competition. Up to $1,500 in cash will be awarded in the undergraduate category and up to $2,000 in cash in the graduate category.
The deadline for submission is Sept. 18. For more details on the submission guidelines, prizes and deadlines, phone 402-472-4977 or click here. Complete details on additional engagement opportunities and the entire conference agenda are available here. For the latest information follow Rural Futures on Twitter or Facebook.
Posters will be presented at the National Rural Futures Conference (RFC) set for Oct. 21-23. The conference aims to engage University of Nebraska faculty, staff and students — along with community and organizational partners — in envisioning a brighter future for rural communities.
August 26th, Noon
DRC1, Room 1005
Featured Topic: Recent OIG Audits
Join us this month for new items of interest, including lessons learned from recent Office of the Inspector General audits of other universities. Bring your questions!
Join us on Thursday, Oct. 15, as the McGoogan Library presents an inside look at the publishing process from those who know it best — the publishers and editors who decide what gets (and doesn’t get) published.
One of the best ways to advance your career is through scholarly publishing — yet it may also be one of the hardest, especially if you don’t have a lot of time to write.
Experts from leading publishing companies will be on hand to offer inside tips and tricks for how and where to get published, and ways to get your papers noticed. You’ll also learn about open access publishing and your rights as an author. Register online or call 402-559-5929 to reserve your spot or watch the live-stream webcast. If you have any questions, please contact Heather Brown, MA, Associate Professor and Head of Collection Services, McGoogan Library of Medicine.