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Women in STEM: Dr. Angela Pannier

Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communication Major, Kathryn Bagniewski sits down with Dr. Angela Pannier, an associate professor of Biological Systems Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in this episode of Streaming Science. Dr. Pannier explains the importance of her research, discusses her experience as a woman in STEM and gives advice for young girls interested ...

LIVE Tweet: 11/8 IANR Fall Summit

Hey everyone! This is UNL students Emily Hergenrader; Environmental Studies major with an Emphasis in Natural Resources and a minor in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communication, and Rylie Kalb; Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communication major from Wataga, Illinois. We are attending the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR) fall summit "Growing Nebraska: Leveraging Partnerships, ...

Post LIVE Tweet: 10/24 Hubbard Lecture: Tribal Economics

Last Tuesday, Bethany Vinton and Kodi Gehl had the opportunity to live tweet from the Hubbard Lecture: Tribal Economics. Below is their synopsis of the event. Ho-Chunk, Inc. is the award-winning economic development corporation owned by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. It was established in 1994 in Winnebago, Nebraska with one employee. Ho-Chunk, Inc. has ...

Biological Control Research: Graduate Student Scientist Profile

Jessica Soroksky is a graduate student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She studies in the Plant Pathology Department where her research focuses on biological control. In this video, Jessica talks about how she strives to make a difference in Nebraska agriculture and her passion for science. This video was produced by UNL student Mirissa Scholting ...

LIVE Tweet: 10/10 RED Talk: Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day

Hello fellow science communicators! It’s Katy Bagniewski and Riley Nichols! We are both Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Communication majors at UNL. We will be live tweeting from UNL’s RED Talk: Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day on October 10, 2017. We chose this event because both of us are women in science, and we would love to ...

Agricultural Economics: Dr. Simanti Banerjee

In this episode of Streaming Science, AESC student Breanna Jakubowski talks with Dr. Simantee Banerjee about her research in behavioral economics and how her interest was sparked in Eastern Indian and what brought her to Nebraska to continue her research. Dr. Banarjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University ...

LIVE Tweet: Fossil Day at the Museum

From the Flintstones to Friends, dinosaurs and fossils are no stranger to pop culture. UNL is fortunate to have our own Morrill Hall on campus to serve as a facility of learning and growth in both science and history. Three ALEC Students: Ashley Neujahr, Katie Nolles, and Chelsea Sidel will be live tweeting from Fossil ...

LIVE Tweet: 10/3 Heuermann Lectures

ABOUT US Hannah Borg - I was raised on a diversified farm operation near Wakefield, Nebraska where my family grows corn, soybeans, alfalfa and feed cattle. Currently, I am a junior majoring in Agricultural Sciences and Environmental Communications with minors in Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship and Nebraska Beef Industry Scholars. My future career plans involve being in ...

LIVE Tweet: 9/28 IANR All Hands Meeting

Welcome to the Streaming Science page! On September 28th 2017, the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources will host the bi-annual All Hands Meeting for all those leaders involved in the industry!  Elena Montemagni and Kailey Conway will be keeping you updated throughout the event by live tweeting pictures, quotes, and other important information.  At ...

LIVE Tweet: 9/24 BugFest

Hi! My name is Catherine Jones; I am a junior Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communication major. I grew up in Bellevue, Nebraska on a small acreage with horses and livestock. I participated in 4-H and that is how I got interested in agriculture and the environment. I saw everywhere around me the potential for people ...