Men's basketball vs. IllinoisMonday, February 24, 2020
Ronnie Green talks about math professor Mark Walker receiving recent national recognition that he's at the top of his field. He also talks about the National Drought Mitigation Center at home on campus and its continued work to advance the way it helps landowners and others manage drought.
Women's basketball interview vs. NorthwesternSunday, February 16, 2020
Ronnie Green talks about the State of Our University event on February 14, when the university launched the N2025 Strategic Plan toward achieving the N150 vision.
Men's basketball vs. IowaSaturday, February 8, 2020
Ronnie Green talks about the upcoming Charter Day and State of Our University address, an opportunity to talk about the university's momentum and the launch of the N2025 Strategic Plan to pursue the N150 Vision. He also talked about the Athletic Department and its ongoing position of strength in operating without subsidies from the university or state budget.
KRVN Chat with the ChancellorSaturday, February 1, 2020
Ronnie Green discusses his October trip to Washington D.C.; how the UNL tractor testing station works to keep agricultural producers safe; a preview of his annual State of the University address; and the top 2-3 items on his agenda for the Spring 2020 semester
Women's basketball vs. MinnesotaThursday, January 30, 2020
Ronnie Green talks about a recent alumna who made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. He also talks about new opportunities for Nebraska farmers to benefit from Nebraska Extension's On-Farm Research Network.
Women's basketball vs. MarylandThursday, January 16, 2020
Ronnie Green talks about entrepreneurship in agriculture and how the Engler Program at Nebraska has supported students and graduates to launch a number of ag-focused businesses. Ronnie also talks about the makerspace at Nebraska Innovation Campus, and a new feature making it possible for any Nebraskan to request help from a person who uses the makerspace.
Men's basketball vs. NorthwesternSaturday, January 11, 2020
Ronnie Green talks about Sue Sheridan's goal of running a marathon or half-marathon in all 50 states representing a commitment she has made to improve educational opportunities for 50 children in Haiti. Fifteen years ago, Sheridan founded UNL's Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools and continues to provide leadership for the center today.
Women's basketball vs. IowaSaturday, December 28, 2019
Ronnie Green talks about the end of the fall semester and the December commencement. Ronnie also discusses the significance of the end of the N150 year.
Men's basketball vs. IndianaFriday, December 13, 2019
Ronnie Green talks about three faculty members named as fellows to AAAS, one of the highest honors awarded to professors in the sciences. Ronnie also talks about the hire of Elizabeth Spiller to the role of Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs.
Volleyball interview vs. Ball StateFriday, December 6, 2019
Ronnie Green talks about the accessibility and value of a University of Nebraska–Lincoln experience and the doors open to those who earn a Nebraska degree.