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University of Nebraska--Lincoln


The University of Nebraska--Lincoln was established in 1869 as the University of Nebraska (NU), a land-grant public university. In 1969, NU merged with the Municipal University of Omaha and the University of Nebraska Medical Center, forming the University of Nebraska system. At that time, the original NU became known as the University of Nebraska--Lincoln (UNL or UN-L). UNL remains the flagship university of the NU system.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

UN-L Budget Hearings Collection

 Collection — Box: All
Identifier: UNO-0095
Scope and Contents The UN-L Budget Hearings Collection contains material related to the October 1991 budget hearings at the University of Nebraska--Lincoln. The collection includes audio recordings of the hearings on cassette tape and loose reports, statements, correspondence, and other papers related to the budget. This collection has not yet been organized. In 1991, during a time of economic recession, Nebraska Governor Ben Nelson's budget granted significantly less funding than the University of Nebraska...