University of Nebraska State Museum
Housed within Morrill Hall, the University of Nebraska State Museum was founded in 1871. The museum includes Mueller Planetarium, which features a 360-degree Fulldome Experience, as well as a wide range of exhibits that explore the natural and cultural history of Nebraska. On display in Morrill Hall is the world’s largest exhibited elephant skeleton: a 14-foot male mammoth from the Late Pleistocene Era. The giant mammoth was found in 1922, in Lincoln County, Nebraska, by a rancher and his wife. They turned the fossil over to the Museum for exhibit and research.
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- August 2013
- July 2013
- Participate in the Joint ADHO and centerNet AGM at Digital Humanities 2013
- Pedagogy Lightning Talks at the ACH AGM
- June 2013
- April 2013
- Program for Digital Humanities 2013 is up!
- The Sunken Gardens
- Darryl White Group will perform at the 18 July DH2013 reception
- Nebraska Repertory Theatre
- Sheldon Sculpture Garden
- Sheldon Museum of Art
- Registration for Digital Humanities is now open!
- March 2013
- The International Quilt Study Center & Museum
- Reminder: Call for Bursaries is due soon!
- Registration opens April 1, details available now
- February 2013
- October 2012
- July 2012
- June 2012