Posts Tagged ‘ Hardin Hall ’

Herpetology Open House

Oct 21st, 2010 | By | Category: Arts & Entertainment, Oct. 21

Dennis Ferraro, professor of herpetology and UNL Extension herpetologist, and 25 of his closest reptilian associates greeted the public in a “reptiles in the round” format Oct. 12 in Hardin Hall. The selection of snakes and turtles – all native to Nebraska – included rare and elusive creatures that are seldom seen by humans — including […]

Sensing energy conservation

Dec 11th, 2008 | By | Category: Campus News, December 11, 2008

Hardin Hall opts for sensor control of lights, HVAC systems The School of Natural Resources is practicing what it teaches. With a focus on environmental sustainability, Natural Resources has volunteered to become UNL’s first building with individual occupancy sensors controlling lights and HVAC systems. The sensors – which are being installed in individual offices, meeting […]