Posts Tagged ‘ Christine Jackson ’

Process to remove State Fair buildings begins

Feb 18th, 2010 | By | Category: Campus News, February 18, 2010, Issue

UNL officials release two RFPs, bids to be opened March 5 UNL issued two Requests for Proposals on Feb. 12 to accept bids to remove five historical and 16 movable metal buildings at the former State Fair Park. A third RFP to clear any remaining buildings will be issued later. The entire RFP process will […]

Audit prompts purchasing card program review

Nov 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Campus News, Issue, November 5, 2009

Purchasing cards save the university millions. But they also open the university to audit and public scrutiny. That was evident when the state auditor announced his review of the university’s purchasing card program on Oct. 29. Following the release of the report by auditor Mike Foley, a universitywide task force of procurement officers will address […]

Pepsi is UNL’s choice for next 10 years

Mar 5th, 2009 | By | Category: Campus News, Issue, March 5, 2009

New vending, pouring rights contract valued at approximately $18 million UNL officials announced Feb. 27 a new agreement with Pepsi as the exclusive soft drink provider on the UNL campus. The original 12-year pouring and vending rights agreement with Pepsi will expire June 30. The new 10-year agreement with Pepsi, which was reached through a […]

Board elects 3 UNL employees

Jan 29th, 2009 | By | Category: Employee News, Issue, January 29, 2009

Three UNL Business and Finance employees, including Vice Chancellor Christine Jackson, were elected in December to leadership roles in the Central Association of College and University Business Officers. Jackson was appointed Best Practice Program Coordinator. Brenda Ladd, assistant  accounting director, is serving on the Business and Finance committee for CACUBO. And Mary La Grange, director […]

Husker Cats assist UNL’s feral felines

Oct 16th, 2008 | By | Category: Campus News, October 16, 2008

‘Rogue feeders’ asked to stop as group begins work Marilyn Fenton was a rogue feeder. She was hooked two years ago. While venturing to a Lied Center Performance, she spotted three pathetic little kittens huddled under a rose bush; a fourth was dead nearby. “That’s when I decided to start feeding our Husker Cats,” said […]