Challenge Yourself With Hands-On Research Projects
At Nebraska Business, you can develop robust research skills and participate in meaningful economic research through one of five economics-related centers:
the Bureau of Business Research, Central Plains Research Data Center, National Center for Research in Economic Education, Nebraska Council on Economic Education
and Lincoln Center for Economic Education.
EXPLORE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES
Home to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, the city of Lincoln consistently ranks
among the highest U.S. cities for livability thanks to a low cost of living, great schools
and friendly, community-minded residents. Set amidst a big sky and open landscape, the
city is simple to navigate with a nationally noted low crime rate, a wide range of housing
choices and a reliable public transit system. As one of the fastest growing metro areas
in the Midwest, Lincoln boasts a growing technology sector, more parkland per capita
than all but a few U.S. cities, an extensive bike trail network and numerous options for
recreational and personal interest activities. It’s easy to feel at home here.
College Points of Pride About Lincoln Local Events
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