- Coming Up: March 18
“From Concept to Commercialization: Three Professionals on ‘Making It’ in the Global Marketplace”
- 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Embassy Suites Hotel, 1040 P St., Lincoln
- View recording of February 19 Big Idea Seminar:
“Building Science Literacy through Engagement in Community and Environmental Stewardship"
--Rodger Bybee, chair of the Science Forum and Science Expert Group for the next Generation Science Standards
- More Upcoming Seminars in 2014:
April 14 - Nutrigenomics NGN Conference
April 15 - Family Showcase
ARD's Big Idea Seminars
The ARD’s Big Idea Seminar series is in the university’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
The March seminar is a joint endeavor of the ARD, Department of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design, the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program and the Center for Entrepreneurship in the College of Business Administration.
The Agricultural Research Division’s Big Idea Seminars hope to build big ideas and collaborations among faculty members at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The seminar series in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at UNL will cover a broad area of research topics and is meant to bring together collaborations among faculty members across all of UNL.
More than just a seminar, these team building events will provide opportunities for faculty to work together and come up with new research projects.
‘Concept to Commercialization’ Focus of March 18 UNL ARD ‘Big Idea Seminars'
LINCOLN, Neb. -- The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Agricultural Research Division's "Big Idea Seminars" will continue with a March 18 panel discussion, “From Concept to Commercialization: Three Professionals on ‘Making It’ in the Global Marketplace”, from 3-4:30 p.m. at the Embassy Suites Hotel, 1040 P St. in Lincoln.
Walter T. Wilhelm, Joan Mudget and Paul Taylor will lead the panel discussion and Q&A, which is a featured event of the Center for Entrepreneurship’s EntrepreneuringDays@UNL March 18-19.
Seminars will be video-recorded for later viewing and the recording available on this site following the event.
Anyone who requires reasonable accommodation under the Americans With Disabilities Act, such as interpreters, transcribers, assistive listening devices, special seating, or accessible media, please contact Joyce Ore at (402) 472-7082, firstname.lastname@example.org, two weeks prior to the event to discuss arrangements. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodation to all individuals with disabilities attending any conference or meeting at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.