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Martinez-Pfiffner Braves New Frontiers in Litigation
Martinez-Pfiffner Braves New Frontiers in Litigation
May 27 2020 9:00 AM
As thousands of people adjust to working from home due to COVID-19, many find themselves outside of their comfort zone. The feeling is all too familiar to Christine Martinez-Pfiffner, ’87 and’90, who found taking on a new role in litigation daunting. » Full Article
Carlson Tackles Remote Learning Five Weeks Before Retirement
Carlson Tackles Remote Learning Five Weeks Before Retirement
May 26 2020 9:00 AM
Nearly 35 years into his career and two months from retirement, Dr. Les Carlson discovered his old way of teaching all had to change. Carlson’s commitment to be first in teaching, research and service added one more challenge with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic – trying to be the best possible at remote learning. » Full Article
Three New Summer Online Courses Offered
Three New Summer Online Courses Offered
May 14 2020 9:00 AM
Offered in the first five-week session, the course explores the supply chain structure of popular and necessary products that experienced shortages and stock-outs, the impact of the pandemic on food supply chains, and the role of government policies in promoting supply chain responsiveness. Students will discuss lessons learned, particularly strategies for building resilient supply chains and the role of emerging innovations and technology, to address supply chain needs in the future. » Full Article
Eshleman Builds Sustainability Through Children International
Eshleman Builds Sustainability Through Children International
Apr 8 2020 9:00 AM
When Susana Eshleman, ’93, received an offer to serve as CEO of Children International, her first action was to turn within and evaluate her own readiness. She found her answer in a 22-year-old letter written on her behalf from Dr. Gregory Hayden, her economics professor at the College of Business. » Full Article
Araz Research Prepares for Pandemic Decision-Making
Araz Research Prepares for Pandemic Decision-Making
Mar 23 2020 9:00 AM
Schools close, elderly populations are isolated and businesses shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic spreading across the planet. Dr. Özgür Araz, associate professor of supply chain management and analytics and Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute Faculty Fellow at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, believes decisions imposed to change the way we live in the short-term stem from critical research analysis now in the hands of government and health care providers. » Full Article
Women Lead 2020 Draws Sell Out Crowd
Women Lead 2020 Draws Sell Out Crowd
Mar 12 2020 9:00 AM
“Know who you are. Know who you are not. Embrace both.”

Powerful words stated by Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, J.D., CEO of Feeding America, former executive vice president at Walmart and kickoff keynote at the Women Lead 2020 conference. » Full Article
Seacrest Plants Seeds of Philanthropy in Business Students
Seacrest Plants Seeds of Philanthropy in Business Students
Mar 11 2020 9:00 AM
Rhonda Seacrest believes in giving back to Nebraskans through programs that combat hunger, promote the arts and provide educational resources to people across the state. Her broader challenge compels her to motivate others to do likewise, which she accomplishes by planting the seed of philanthropy in College of Business students through a class project teaching them how to fund nonprofits. » Full Article
Whitacre Empowers Youth to Succeed
Whitacre Empowers Youth to Succeed
Mar 11 2020 9:00 AM
Not a single female founder is listed on the Fortune 500 – a fact Lizz Whitacre, ’18, plans to change. As a CEO and founder of Pawlytics, she inspires the next wave of women innovators in business. » Full Article
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