The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is building on its land-grant mission.
Nebraska is one of the nation’s Top 50 public universities, located in one of the safest and most dynamic cities in America. Here on our website, you’ll find exciting opportunities for personal growth and achievement. Learn more about our robust academic programs, diligent outreach to our state and nation, and research leadership in areas as diverse as nanotechnology, digital humanities and water and food security.
We invite you to continue exploring here and to visit us in person – you’ll find there is truly “No Place Like Nebraska.”
Chancellor Ronnie Green
We should aspire to become a place known for our diverse, inclusive, innovative, challenging and rigorous educational environment and community.
I am looking forward to hearing from and learning with you as we roll up our sleeves and take on the work of building a world-class University of Nebraska–Lincoln. My thanks go out to you for all that you have done – and that you will continue to do – to enable us to continue fulfilling our tri-partite land-grant mission.”
As you probably know, I could not be happier with President Bounds’ decision to appoint Ronnie Green as my successor. He has the talent and skills to continue the upward trajectory of the university. We should all understand that he will set his own course and I’m sure set his own priorities and methods of operation. What we do share is a passion for this university and its role in the state of Nebraska. I hope you will join me in giving him your full support.
We are a profoundly good land-grant comprehensive research university and we are known around the world as a place growing in stature. UNL is not the same university that entered this century; we owe Harvey Perlman deep gratitude for his stewardship in leading us to new heights. He is a valued mentor and friend, and he will be a difficult act to follow.
He has a deep understanding of and commitment to the mission of a land-grant university. He recognizes UNL’s potential to reach an even higher level of excellence. And the feedback I’ve received from a range of university constituents – students, faculty, staff, leaders in agriculture and business and others – confirms Nebraskans’ confidence in Ronnie’s ability to lead UNL forward.