The eighth annual Networking Night was held on Wednesday, Feb.15th, providing second-year student-athletes the chance to network with 18 outstanding professionals from diverse fields.
In this age, courageous conversations are critical, if not fundamentally strategic, especially when Nebraska Athletics strives to be on the cutting edge of diversity and inclusion. To help the Huskers
On Monday, Feb. 13th, Inner Circle members celebrated Black History Month by hearing from and asking questions of a panel comprised of three African-American letterwinners: Jay Foreman, three-time national football champion middle linebacker; John Hastings, three-time Big 8 track and field champion; and Tierra Williams, senior track and field jumper and two-time Big Ten champion.
If the essential ingredient of politics really is timing, then the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's chancellor and the institution's director of athletics were in the right place at the right time.
As part of National Mentor Month, for the second year in a row more than 50 members of Inner Circle and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) gathered in Memorial Stadium to learn about mentoring and practice gratitude on Monday, Jan. 30th.
One of the most decorated student-athletes in Nebraska history was the keynote speaker Sunday to honor 100 first-time Husker letterwinners in 14 sports. Lori Sippel had no words that describe the
On Wednesday, Oct. 19th, Dr. Kris Baack, Assistant Director for the Center for Civic Engagement and Director of Leadership Development, engaged and challenged members to leverage their strengths.
On Monday, Sept. 19th, Inner Circle, one of Nebraska's most popular and prestigious student leadership organizations, welcomed 43 members to its first meeting of the academic year.
During the evening of Monday, Sept. 19th, 47 student-athletes took advantage of an Athlete Network Seminar to hear an impactful message around the power of being an athlete.
On Thursday, August 25th, Life Skills hosted an International Student-Athlete Welcome for incoming international student-athletes, as a part of diversity and inclusion initiatives within Nebraska Athletics.
This fall, 19 recent Nebraska letterwinner graduates are utilizing their PEO scholarship to complete domestic and international internships as well as graduate coursework at UNL and UNMC.
In spring 2016, Sam Areman, Nebraska soccer alumna (2015) and letterwinner, utilized PEO funds to complete a digital marketing internship with Production Paradise in Barcelona, Spain.