Kirk Steffensen will be defending his thesis on the topic "Population Characteristics, Development of a Predictive Population Viability Model, and Catch Dynamics for Pallid Sturgeon in the Lower Missouri River."
Mark Brohman, Executive Director, Nebraska Environmental Trust, “Twenty Years of the Nebraska Environmental Trust Preserving, Protecting and Restoring Nebraska’s Grasslands and Other Natural Resources”
UNL Campus and Landscape Master Plans Open House. Student, Faculty, Staff--You have a chance to shape the future of the UNL Campus. Your input is critical and valued. Please attend one of the two sessions. We are looking for feedback on three revised frameworks for both campuses. Presentation and Q & A.
Stir frying is a classic cooking method for preparing food in China. This method cooks processed ingredients at high heat for a short period of time. Usually, a wok is used at high heat; and edible oil is added as the heat conductor, followed by ingredients and seasonings. Due to the short period of time involved in the process, ingredients largely keep their nutritional value.
Stir-fried meat is typically juicy and tasty, and vegetables are usually tender and crispy. It also preserves color, texture, and taste as well as nutritional values. The stir frying method is somewhat similar to the Western technique of sautéing, but with a larger quantity of meat and vegetables added to make a bigger dish that can be shared with the whole family or friends.
In this class, you will learn how to cook Beef Lo Mein and Kong Pao Chicken using the stir-frying method.
The class will be held on UNL East Campus.
NOTE: Class size is limited to the first 20 people to register with full payment.
Cocoa with Christ. Like free cocoa? Enjoy casual socials with friends? Love God? Join the Kappa Phi Club for a night of free cocoa, Christian-Sisterhood bonding and more info about joining this coming Spring Semester.
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