The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR), a member of Bio Nebraska, has brought together scientists and private sector experts for a summer program offering opportunities to underrepresented undergraduate students in science and agriculture-related careers.
Article by Geitner Simmons, IANR Media
What is a key way to build a stronger U.S. scientific community for the future? By expanding learning opportunities to a broad range of interested students now.
That goal is the foundation for a well-rounded science education program in the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources this summer.
The 10-week program, with the theme “Expanding Opportunities in Agricultural Sciences and Crop-to-Food Innovation,” has brought together Husker scientists and private-sector experts to provide a wide-ranging curriculum to select undergraduate students from Nebraska and across the country.