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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging

IANR's activities and initiatives to increase diversity, inclusion, equity and belongingness include the following.

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IANR Communities of Practice

The six IANR communities strive to combine research, teaching and extension in a multidisciplinary, collaborative environment that encourages the best thinking and expertise from across the university and private enterprise – to ensure Nebraska’s competitiveness in a world of change and challenge.

  • Computational Sciences
  • Drivers of Economic Vitality for Nebraska
  • Healthy Humans
  • Healthy Systems for Agricultural Production and Natural Resources
  • Science Literacy
  • Stress Biology
IANR Communities Website
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Rural Prosperity Nebraska

Rural Prosperity Nebraska helps Nebraska's rural communities thrive. Extension Educators work across the state in six different focus areas:

These areas allow for a holistic approach to economic development that also takes into account the need for strong leaders, inviting gathering places, and a robust network of both businesses and services to meet the needs of the community.

RPN Website
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