Lopers prepare for their future careers by conducting undergraduate research alongside expert faculty members, interning at businesses across the state and country, student teaching in K-12 classrooms, partnering with local clients on projects and exhibiting their creative work.
This is the 13th straight year UNK has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a top public regional university in the Midwest, and the sixth time the school has been ranked inside the Top 10.
“This is a great opportunity to raise the international profile of UNK while continuing to strengthen the outstanding relationship we have with our colleagues at Palacky University,” Biggs said. “Fulbright awards don’t come along very often, and I’m very humbled to be chosen as a recipient.”
“All challenges considered, the enrollment picture is a positive one. We hear from and observe that students and their families identify UNK with the quality experience they are looking for, close to home, and at a tremendous value.”
By moving back the official start of the semester and adding opportunity for a three-week January session, students can earn credit hours in an online course or have an experiential learning opportunity such as an internship or research project.