Gains and Losses from

School Consolidation in the Great Plains

   

 April 5-6, 2013

 University of Nebraska at Kearney

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM SPONSORS

Sponsored by the Center for Great Plains Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

 

SPONSORS

  • Cooper Foundation

  • Nebraska Humanities Council

  • Jerry and Jill Catlett, Bruning, Nebraska

  • Bruning State Bank


University of Nebraska

  • Office of the President

  • P-16 Initiative

  • Rural Futures Institute


University of Nebraska at Kearney

  • Office of the Chancellor

  • Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic
      and Student Affairs

  • College of Business and Technology,
      J.A. Baldwin Free Enterprise Lecture Series

  • College of Education

  • College of Fine Arts and Humanities

  • College of Natural and Social Sciences

  • Department of Political Science


University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • College of Education and Human Sciences

University of Nebraska at Omaha
  • Office of Academic and Student Affairs

 

 

2013 SYMPOSIUM COMMITTEE MEMBERS

CHAIR

  • Peter Longo, Professor, Department of Political Science, UNK

PLANNING COMMITTEE

University of Nebraska at Kearney
  • John Anderson, Political Science
  • Joan Blauwkamp, Political Science
  • Tim Burkink, College of Business
  • Satoshi Machida, Political Science
  • Kenya Tayor, Administration and College of Education

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Dave Aiken, IANR
  • Randy Cantrall, Nebraska Rural Initiative
  • Ted Hamann, College of Education
  • Anthony Schutz, College of Law
  • Steve Willborn, College of Law

University of Nebraska at Omaha
  • Robert Blair, Public Administration and Urban Studies
  • Jerry Deichert, Center for Public Affairs Research
  • Jeanne Surface, College of Education

University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Mary McNamme, Administration and Nursing
  • John Reinhardt, College of Dentistry

University of Nebraska
  • Marty Mahler, P-16 Initiative

 

Quick Links

  • Sponsors
  • Planning Committee