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04 Nov 2013    

HRTM students host Mocktail Masterpiece Nov. 6, 7 p.m.

On Nov. 6 at 7pm in the Union Ballroom, HRTM students will host Mocktail Masterpiece, a night of painting a 12x16 masterpiece, and enjoying mocktails and appetizers. An instructor will walk you through how to make a beautiful painting, or you can create your own! All proceeds go to HRTM student scholarships.


 

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31 Oct 2013    

Harris to give next NGN Series talk Nov. 13

Edward Harris, assistant professor of biochemistry, will present a talk titled, “Early Events in Fatty Liver Disease.” The talk will be Nov. 13 at noon in the East Campus Union. This brown bag talk is sponsored by Nebraska Gateway to Nutrigenomics, part of nutrition, health, and science.

Harris’ research focus is on a small family of Stabilin receptors, which are primarily responsible for the clearance of GAGs from both lymphatic and circulatory systems.

 

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16 Oct 2013    

Jha to present for Nebraska Tourism Commission Oct. 23-25

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management, has been invited by the Nebraska Tourism Commission to present two training sessions at its October 23-25 travel conference in Norfolk, NE.

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15 Oct 2013    

Causin selected as Research Development Fellow

Gina Fe Causin, assistant professor nutrition and health sciences, is one of thirteen UNL faculty members who have been selected for the 2013-14 Research Development Fellows Program, an initiative to help pre-tenure faculty successfully compete for grants.

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15 Oct 2013    

Thompson to present NGN Series talk October 30 at noon

Henry Thompson, Professor and Director of the Cancer Prevention Laboratory, Colorado State University, will present a talk titled, “The Importance of Common Bean in Human Health: Building the Case for Increased Emphasis in Dietary Guidance.” The talk will be October 30 at noon in the East Campus Union. This brown bag talk is sponsored by Nebraska Gateway to Nutrigenomics, part of nutrition, health, and science.

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25 Sep 2013    

Ramer-Tait to present talk on efficacy of botantical supplements as part of the NGN Seminar Oct. 16

Amanda Ramer-Tait, assistant professor Food Science and Technology at UNL, will present a talk Oct. 16 entitled " Efficacy of Botanical Supplements in Experimental Animal Models of Inflammatory Bowel Disease." Her talk will be held over the noon hour as part or the NGN Seminar Series at the Nebraska East Union.

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13 Sep 2013    

Davis to Present NGN Seminar Sept. 18

John Davis, UNMC/VA Medical Center, will present a talk entitled “Ovarian Lipid Droplets: Strategic Centers Controlling Steroidogenesis,” at noon on Sept. 18 at the Nebraska East Union.

Davis' research interests include understanding the mechanisms of action of hormones and other factors that control the function and fate of the ovary. All faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend this free, brown bag event.

 

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02 Aug 2013    

African art gala and auction funds CEHS scholarships for education abroad

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and the Malaika Foundation are hosting a Gala Celebration of African Art, Cuisine and Fashion from 6-9 p.m., Friday, Sept. 27, 2013 at Quilt House, home of the International Quilt Study Center and Museum, 1523 N. 33rd St. in Lincoln. The gala will raise funds for scholarships to support education abroad experiences for students in CEHS.

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11 Jul 2013    

Globe trotting HRTM students complete internships

Students in the Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management major at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln have spent the summer in internships across the U.S. and in points across the globe including Germany, France, Ireland, England, Africa, China and New Zealand. This week, 114 HRTM students are completing a required internship, as part of 700 hours of industry experience needed for their undergraduate degree.

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14 Jun 2013    

Jha invited to be professor in residence

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management has been invited to be professor in residence at the Venetian-Palazzo Resort in Las Vegas this summer. With more than 7,000 suites, the Venetian-Palazzo is the largest five diamond resort in the world. It also has the second largest convention facility in the world offering 2.25 million square feet of meeting space.

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