Research Announcements

Student Opportunity: Washington D.C. Professional Enrichment Academy

The University of Nebraska’s Federal Relations Team is working with campus counterparts to promote the Summer 2020 D.C. Professional Enrichment Academy in Washington, D.C. Applications are being accepted now, with the final deadline on April 15.

This is the third summer for the Academy, which provides students from across the University of Nebraska who are interning in D.C. with a free, value-added program. The D.C. Academy meets once a week in the evening and connects students with prominent alumni and each other. Guest speakers cover topics such as “Policymaking in Congress” and “The News Media in American Democracy.”

This is a great opportunity for students to benefit from thoughtful mentoring and programming, expand their network and learn to transition from college into their professional careers.

Faculty who are interested in sharing this information with their students can find more details in this announcement.

Please contact the University of Nebraska Federal Relations Team with any questions at dcintern@nebraska.edu.

GP IDeA-CTR Annual Scientific Meeting

On behalf of the Great Plains IDeA Clinical and Translational Research Network (GP IDeA-CTR), you are cordially invited to join us for our second annual meeting.

There is no charge to attend, however, preregistration is necessary. We hope you can join us!
*CE Credits are available*

 

   GP IDeA-CTR 2nd Annual Scientific Meeting
                  October 10th-11th, 2018
                    Truhlsen Events Center

 

To register, click here.

For the agenda and additional information, please visit our website.

 

Forum to address evolving research resources, policies

As research continues to grow on the UNMC campus, research resources and policies are evolving to accommodate this growth.

Jennifer Larsen, M.D., vice chancellor for research, will give a short presentation on some recent changes at noon on Thursday, March 29th, in the Durham Research Center Auditorium.

The forum is open to all research personnel. Dr. Larsen will take questions after the presentation, and questions also may be submitted in advance:
https://unmcredcap.unmc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=E3DJD38MDN.

“The cutting-edge research at UNMC continues to expand,” Dr. Larsen said. “This forum is intended to answer any questions members of the research community have regarding research resources and policies as learn from them about any ways we can better work together so our research can be as successful as possible.”

This forum will be livestreamed:
http://www.unmc.edu/livevideo/unmc_live2.html.

If you have trouble viewing the stream during the event, call Video Services at 402-559-8090.

Questions during the forum can be emailed to Max Kuenstling.