Radio Interviews

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.

Football interview vs. IowaFriday, November 29, 2019

Ronnie Green talks about the momentum of the fall semester with the opening of the Carson Center, the university's participation in the Nebraska Tech Collaborative, the expansion of the College of Engineering and the Go Big facility for athletics announcement. Ronnie also talks about what's ahead, including the rollout of UNL's five-year strategic plan.

Football interview vs. MarylandSaturday, November 23, 2019

Ronnie Green talks about the large Nebraska fan turnout expected at the game and the deep strength in food-related research at Nebraska. Ronnie also talks about Nebraska Extension's expertise in human nutrition and the safety and quality of food.

Football interview vs. WisconsinSaturday, November 16, 2019

Ronnie Green talks about the dedication of the Johnny Carson Center for the Emerging Media Arts, which involved advisory council members from around the world discussing how the center can address workforce needs of the future. Ronnie also talks about recent Research Days, the upward momentum of research at Nebraska and a new program to encourage thinking about commercialization of research.

Volleyball interview vs. IowaSaturday, November 16, 2019

Ronnie Green talks about the unique benefits UNL enjoys as a member of the Big Ten Academic Alliance, including efforts Dean of Libraries Claire Stewart is leading toward more integrated access to Big Ten library collections.

Football interview vs. PurdueSaturday, November 2, 2019

Ronnie Green talks about important research on human nutrition and the prevention of obesity and obesity-related diseases, including a recent reinvestment by the NIH in that research at Nebraska. Ronnie also talks about national recognition of UNL biological sciences professor Brian Couch for his excellence in advancing methods of teaching.

Football halftime interview vs. PurdueSaturday, November 2, 2019

Ronnie Green talks about the university's partnership in the Nebraska Tech Collaborative. Ronnie also talks about a new opportunity for undergraduate students to engage in research with faculty earlier in their time on campus.

Football interview vs. IndianaSaturday, October 26, 2019

Ronnie Green talks about the Board of Regents approving a priority candidate for the president of the university system, Ted Carter, who joins Ronnie for the interview. Ted outlines recent highlights in his career.

Volleyball interview vs. PurdueWednesday, October 16, 2019

Ronnie talks about the value of facilities to athletics and academics, including the significance of the recent announcements of new investments in facilities across campus, particularly to expand Nebraska Engineering.

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