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LIVE Tweet: 9/23 SNR 20 Year Celebration

My name is Jane Werner. I am majoring in Animal Science and minoring in Agricultural Economics/Agricultural Business. I chose this event because I personally have never been to the School of Natural Resources, and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to learn more about it. I hope to learn how to communicate through ...

LIVE Tweet: 9/21 Science Café

We are AESC students Breanna Jakubowski and Katherine Mundorf, and we will be tweeting live from the Happy Raven Bar on September 21 for the Nebraska Archeology Science Café event sponsored by Morrill Hall! This event is a great way to get to know local scientists and to ask questions about their adventures along with ...

LIVE Tweet: 9/18 & 9/19 FAPESP Week

Hello everyone! My name is Natalie Jones and I am a sophomore at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. My major is Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communication and my minor is Nebraska Beef Industry Scholars. I am the fifth generation family operator of the Diamond Bar Ranch, which is located north of Stapleton, Nebraska. In the future, ...

LIVE Tweet: 9/17 Sunday with a Scientist

Hi!  My name is Camryn Wiens, and I am a sophomore at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln.  I am studying animal science with a focus in companion animals.  I am also minoring in business management.  When I graduate from school, I want to open a dog boarding and training facility somewhere in Nebraska. My ...

ALEC 350: Fall 2017 Live Twitter Projects

Hello and welcome to the Streaming Science blog! We’re excited to show you what the AESC students are up to this Fall 2017. For this semester, the blog will be run by students in the ALEC 350: Agriculture, the Environment, and Science in Media class. This class is designed to examine how agriculture, the environment, ...

Nothing Sheepish About Research: Graduate Student Scientist Profile

Taylor Barnes is a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Animal Science graduate student. Taylor is from Gretna, Nebraska, and she is focusing on physiology. Taylor says this topic has always been a passion of her’s. She is studying stressors on fetal and muscle development on sheep as part of doctoral research. In this graduate student profile, we ...

Women in STEM: Dr. Jamilynn Poletto

Dr. Jamilynn Poletto will make you want to go out and hug a fish today. Dr. Poletto is an assistant professor of fish physiology in the School of Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Dr. Poletto shared with AESC student Lauren Stohlmann her passion for fish physiology and how researching and educating students motivates ...

Bacterial Leaf Streak Research: Graduate Student Scientist Profile

In the Plant Pathology department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, graduate student Terra Hartman researches bacterial leaf streak. Terra's goal is to simply learn more about this new type of bacteria that was discovered in Nebraska corn. She is searching for other plants that could also be potentially affected. Terra shares her passion for science ...

Women in STEM: Dr. Jenny Dauer

This episode of Streaming Science features scientist and professor, Dr. Jenny Dauer. Dr. Dauer currently researches science literacy, and how students learn science, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Before Dr. Dauer came to UNL, she was a post-doctoral reasearcher in the Environmental Literacy group at Michigan State University. She earned a Ph.D. in Forest Science ...

Behind the Scenes: Michael Ferguson

Go behind the scenes of Streaming Science with AESC student Michael Ferguson. https://youtu.be/p4hfeFjCbq8