News Releases
Date Headline
09/07/2003 President L. Dennis Smith to step down
University of Nebraska President L. Dennis Smith today announced that he will step down effective June 30, 2004. He has served as president of the four-campus University of Nebraska system since March 1, 1994. Smith will take professional development leave to prepare for his return to the classroom in the fall of 2005. He will teach in the School of Biological Sciences at UNL.
09/07/2003 NU President Smith Schedules News Conference
University of Nebraska President L. Dennis Smith has scheduled a news conference for 1:30 p.m. today to make an announcement that will affect the future of the university.
08/28/2003 Maybank Named Associate to the President
University of Nebraska President L. Dennis Smith has announced the appointment of Dr. Denise B. Maybank as Associate to the President. She replaces Dr. Shari Clarke who was appointed vice president for student affairs of Mansfield University in Mansfield, Pennsylvania in June.
08/05/2003 Additional Item of Interest
The following entry should be added to the "Items of Interest" for the August 9 meeting of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents.
08/05/2003 Changes to Board of Regents August Agenda
Three changes have been made to the agenda for the August 9 meeting of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents:
07/31/2003 Board of Regents Schedule, August 8-9, 2003
Please note: The meetings listed below will take place in Columbus, Nebraska

The following events have been scheduled in conjunction with the August 9 meeting of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents:
07/27/2003 Board of Regents to Meet in Columbus August 9
The University of Nebraska Board of Regents has scheduled two events in Columbus on
Saturday, August 9:
06/05/2003 Presidential Fellowships Announce
University of Nebraska President L. Dennis Smith has announced the awarding of eight Presidential Graduate fellowships for academic year 2003-2004. Seven of the students are seeking Ph.D. degrees, four at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, two at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and one at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Another UNO student is seeking dual master's degrees in social work and public administration. The fellowships include stipends of $16,500 at UNL and 20,000 UNMC. At UNO, the fellowships provide $14,000 for the Ph.D. candidate and $11,000 for the master's degree candidate. Funding for the fellowships is provided through donations to the University of Nebraska Foundation.
06/04/2003 Revised Board of Regent Agenda Items
Four items on the agenda for the June 7 meeting of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents have been revised. The items and a description of each revision follows:
06/01/2003 Public Policy Seminars Announced
Two new seminars have been announced as part of the 2002-2003 University of Nebraska Public Policy Seminar Series:
05/29/2003 Board of Regents Schedule, June 6-7, 2003
The following events have been scheduled in conjunction with the June 7 meeting of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents:
05/08/2003 Statement by Regent Randy Ferlic
The following statement has been released by Regent Randy Ferlic, Chairman of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents:
05/08/2003 Statement by President L. Dennis Smith
The following statement has been released by University of Nebraska President L. Dennis Smith:
04/17/2003 Board of Regents Schedule, April 25-26, 2003
The following events have been scheduled in conjunction with the April 26 meeting of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents:
04/14/2003 SHEsteem Award Recipients Announced
Eight Nebraska women will be honored with SHEsteem Awards during this year’s SHE Conference on Thursday, May 1 (SHE stands for "Self-Esteem and Higher Education = Empowerment).
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