Radio Interviews

Baseball vs. IndianaSaturday, May 12, 2018

Ronnie Green discusses the May commencement, which featured the largest graduating class in university history, and specifically the undergraduate ceremony highlighted by an address by Oscar-winning filmmaker and Omaha native Alexander Payne. Ronnie Green also discusses the university's record number of student Fulbright awards and the first-ever Nebraska faculty member to be named a Carnegie Fellow.

Sports Nightly interviewWednesday, April 25, 2018

Ronnie Green and guest Shannon Rowen discuss unique opportunities at Nebraska for students to gain real-world experience, specifically to work on the hospitality side of The Masters professional golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia.

Baseball vs. CreightonTuesday, April 24, 2018

Ronnie Green discusses how students at Nebraska get unique opportunities to learn outside of the classroom and access to global thought leaders and performers. Ronnie also discussed a student recognized as Goldwater scholar and two students receiving honorable mention recognition by the Goldwater Foundation.

Red-White Spring GameSaturday, April 21, 2018

Ronnie Green discusses state budget reductions resulting in smaller cuts than anticipated for the university. Ronnie also discusses the hire of Bob Wilhelm to lead research and economic development with strengths in public-private partnerships and the news of a biotech connector space opening at Nebraska Innovation Campus.

Sports Nightly interviewThursday, April 19, 2018

Ronnie Green and guest Frauke Hachtmann discuss how former student-athletes go on to achieve success post-graduation. Hachtmann discusses her own experience as a student-athlete and a faculty member at Nebraska and a new type of course - pop-up classes - being offered in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Baseball vs. IowaSaturday, April 14, 2018

Ronnie Green discusses student opportunities at Nebraska, highlighting Kendrick Umphreys, a freshman from Iowa who is catching bullpen sessions for the Husker baseball team. He also discussed the spring research fair featuring student research projects and The Big Event, a university day of service around Lincoln.

Baseball vs. MinnesotaFriday, March 23, 2018

Ronnie Green discusses recent visits with Nebraskans around the state, the university's Commission of 150 leaders from across campus charting the course for the next 25 years and recent rankings, including being named No. 1 in the nation for best value online MBA.

KRVN Chat with the ChancellorSaturday, March 17, 2018

Ronnie Green discusses his visits with Nebraskans across the state and how the university is moving forward in developing its strategic plan. He also discusses the impactful research insight delivered through Nebraska Extension, especially through the on-farm research network.

KRVN Chat with the ChancellorSaturday, March 10, 2018

Ronnie Green discusses the university's announcement regarding potential reductions in response to proposed budget cuts from the governor and the potential impact on rural Nebraska. He also talks about the "NU Advocacy Day" held in early March in which faculty, staff, and students from across the university system volunteered their time to come to the Unicameral to meet with Nebraska senators.

Men's basketball vs. IndianaTuesday, February 20, 2018

Ronnie Green discusses the inaugural class of University of Nebraska–Lincoln students recently named Innovation Fellows and the impact they hope to make on after-school programs in our state. Green also discusses the unique opportunity the university and community had to host Misty Copeland both as a performer and an E.N. Thompson Forum speaker.

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