Kimmel Education and Research Center

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The Power of Wind Art Show awards have been announced! Thank you everyone, both youth and adults, for sharing your talents for all to see. We look forward to making this an annual event.
Youth will be excited to learn introductory computer science in a game environment! Code Camp is designed for ages 8-13 interested in coding. If you can read, then you can code! Excel at problem solving in all subject areas.
Here's an opportunity for high school youth to impact Nebraska City! All talents welcome to join this team. Help create social change and practice interview techniques, how to get a great shot while videotaping, and develop augmented reality tours for Nebraska City (similar to Pokeman GO™). Come have fun and learn a new technology!
EV3 Robotics Camp 4 Coaches is designed to help YOU become a better coach. Nebraska 4-H will debut an introduction to new EV3 Robotics curriculum. Register now to attend June 7 and 8 at Kimmel Education and Research Center in Nebraska City.
Hey Robotics Teams! Join in the fun as Kimmel Education and Research Center hosts the first-ever KIMMEL ROBOTICS INVITE on Saturday, June 3, 2017 in Nebraska City, NE. Robot games only; each team will get 6 rounds to compete. Register now, space is limited!
The Community Vitality Initiative is focused on launching the heart and soul of the state, its rural and urban communities, into the future by focusing on entrepreneurship, recruiting new residents, disaster recovery, broadband access, engaging youth and young adults, and building businesses.


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Updated Beef Cow Basics-Plus course available to sharpen cow/calf management skills
May 5 – Those looking to take the guesswork out of cow/calf management are encouraged to enroll in the revised Beef Cow Basics-Plus home study course offered by Nebraska Extension. Read more
Nebraska part of project to enhance college student research experience
May 5 – The University of Nebraska – Lincoln’s Jing Zhang is part of a project to help enhance college student learning through course-based research experiences (CUREs). Read more