University Messages

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Chancellor's Messages

Ronnie D. Green, Ph.D.
Chancellor

N2025 Aim 6 Progress – Prioritize Professional Development

Dear UNL faculty, staff and students:

Thank you for your engagement over the past five weeks with the videos on the aims of our N2025 Strategic Plan. Today, I am sharing content about our 6th and final Aim: Prioritize Professional Development.

N2025 Aim 5 Progress – Emphasize Inclusive Excellence

Dear UNL faculty, staff and students:

This week’s N2025 Strategic Plan focus is on Aim 5: Emphasize Inclusive Excellence.

N2025 Aim 4 Progress – Broaden Engagement

Dear UNL faculty, staff and students:

This week’s N2025 Strategic Plan focus is on Aim 4: Broaden Engagement.

N2025 Aim 3 Progress – Solve Critical Challenges

Dear UNL faculty, staff and students:

This week’s N2025 Strategic Plan focus is on Aim 3: Solve Critical Challenges.

N2025 Aim 2 Progress – Increase Research Impact

Dear UNL faculty, staff and students:

This week’s N2025 Strategic Plan focus is on Aim 2: Increase Research Impact. I invite you to visit our N2025 website for video and stories on our progress in meeting our Aim 2 goals.

N2025 Aim 1 Progress – Innovate Student Experiences

Dear UNL faculty, staff and students:

In recent weeks, our UNL leadership had the opportunity to discuss the progress on each of our six Aims of the N2025 Strategic Plan. They were engaging and informative discussions that reviewed our progress as a university, and the unique and innovative activities across our colleges and campus units.

Welcome back from Spring Break

To everyone in our Husker community – welcome back from Spring Break!

Whether you had an opportunity to catch up with family and friends, catch up on some much-needed rest, or enjoy some sun, or maybe even some snow – I hope you enjoyed the chance to disconnect for bit and to come back refreshed and ready to finish the semester strong.

COVID 19 - Updates to Face Covering Policies

Dear students, faculty and staff: 

Earlier today, the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department announced it will no longer require face masks indoors beginning at midnight tonight