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SERVICE AWARD - Minnie Stephens, a staff secretary with Animal Science, will be honored for 45 years of service to the...
 SERVICE AWARD - Minnie Stephens, a staff secretary with Animal Science, will be honored for 45 years of service to the university during the Employee Service Awards Recognition Program. Stephens was hired in 1961 and started working with Poultry Science in Mussehl Hall. Other employees receiving awards for 45 years of service are Robert DeGunia, Ronald Hull and Arthur McWilliams. Photo by Troy Fedderson/University Communications.

Stephens sows 45 years on East Campus
The university was to be a stepping-stone for Minnie Stephens.

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Campus readies for State of U, service awards
UNL Chancellor Harvey Perlman will deliver his annual State of the University address beginning at 11 a.m. Sept. 7 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.

UNL chemists research bomb detection options
In the fight against terrorism, one of the main goals of law-enforcement and security agencies is to stop terrorist attacks before they strike.

Faculty organize multi-faceted Hurricane Katrina retrospective
One year ago, thousands fled the Gulf Coast or awaited the predicted devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

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Student input fuels library updates
Student feedback has aided an update of the C.Y. Thompson Library.

Tickets for Bolton lecture available at three locations
Free tickets for the Sept. 8 E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues featuring U.S. United Nations Ambassador John Bolton are being distributed on a first-come, first-served basis at the Lied Ticket Office, the Nebraska Union and Westfield Gateway, 61st and O streets.

ANDRILL workshop draws scientists, educators from around the globe
Scientists and educators from the United States and partner nations will be in Lincoln Sept. 4-6 to prepare for the first Antarctic drilling season in the ANDRILL program.

From the Archives

The Extreme Light Laboratory, home of the Diocles laser, was officially dedicated during an Aug. 25 celebration. Pictured during the ribbon cutting are (from left) LeLand J. Olson, UNL physicist Donald Umstadter and U.S. Senator Ben Nelson. Umstadter holds the Leland J. and Dorothy H. Olson Chair. Funding for the endowed chair was provided by the Olsons and by Othmer Funds.

Employees to receive honors for dedication
On Sept. 7, more than 900 UNL employees will be honored for years of service during an event at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.

Staff Art Exhibition to be featured in Nebraska Union
Staff Art Exhibition to be featured in Nebraska Union

Other Arts News
Barger birthday recital is Sept. 12
Diane Barger will celebrate her 40th birthday in song.

Printmaker to lecture Aug. 31
Yoonmi Nam, assistant professor of printmaking at the University of Kansas, will deliver a public lecture at noon, Aug. 31 in Richards Hall room 218. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Guantanamo detainees, friends, punk rockers featured at the Ross
A triple play at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center is featuring the stories of three Guantanamo detainees, a reunion of friends and the punk rock career of conjoined twins.

American Life in Poetry
Of taking long walks it has been said that a person can walk off anything. Here David Mason hikes a mountain in his home state, Colorado, and steps away from an undisclosed personal loss into another state, one of healing.

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New Nebraska, Iowa program addresses veterinarian shortage
Partners in Pollution Prevention celebrates 10th anniversary
Chancellor's commission seeks applicants
Osher Institute offers fall events
Redox Biology symposium is Sept. 15
Rural research development topic of forum
Event to celebrate Hispanic heritage
UNOPA seeks parking lot assistance
Faculty Women's annual welcome tea is Sept. 6
Data Mart Project meeting is Sept. 12
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Husker fans set to eclipse attendance record
Poetry Bus stop to open verse-filled Sheldon series