The 2017-18 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) under the leadership of President Austin Post, Vice President Alli Peterson, Big Ten Representative Nina Radulovic and Secretary Madi Unzicker
Nearly 50 male and female student athletes from the University of Nebraska attended the Women's Leadership Panel, organized by Nebraska Athletics Life Skills to celebrate women's history month.
The Letterwinner Induction Ceremony took place on March 11th, honoring 47 first-time letter award winners from the Fall 2017 sports including cross-country, football, soccer and volleyball.
Student-athletes, staff, and community members came together Wednesday, March 7th to hear guest speaker Anthony Ianni tell his story of courage, perseverance, and overcoming obstacles. As part of the Relentless Tour, a grassroots initiative designed to eradicate bullying and inspire courage, Ianni speaks to students all over the country.
The ninth annual Student-Athlete Networking Night was held on Wednesday, February 21st. The event provided second-year student-athletes with the opportunity to interact with 19 distinguished professionals from a variety of career fields.
On Monday night, Nebraska Athletics sponsored its third-annual Black History Month Panel, featuring Preston Love, Kiki Stokes, Albert Maxey Sr. and Charlie Foster.
Overlooking Tom Osborne Field from the Skyline Club in Memorial Stadium, Husker Football captain and 1st Team Academic-All American Chris Weber, was awarded the annual Frank Solich Postgraduate Scholarship.
On Sunday evening, Nebraska student-athletes arrived on the third floor of Memorial Stadium for a Diversity and Inclusion Summit sponsored by NU's Life Skills department.
Moving out of the dorms and into a place of your own is a big part of the college experience for many students. While this step can be exciting, it can also bring about a significant amount of stress.
On Monday, January 29, in honor of National Mentor Month, Inner Circle members gathered to listen to Dr. Lindsay Hastings speak on generativity and mentoring.
If the adage time flies when you're having fun is true, then the past two years of Nebraska Athletics' Post-Eligibility Opportunities (PEO) Program has gone by in the blink of an eye.
For international student-athletes, the unrealistic idea of being able to gain hands-on experience outside of the United States due to immigration policies is made possible by participating in an internship in their home country.