Writing about scientific or technical subject matter is tough enough– but reading about it is no walk in the park, either. As writers, we have an obligation to make the reading process as easy as possible for readers.

The concept of "getting better" implies doing something different, and that the "something different" is "better" in some way.

Whether writing a thesis, dissertation, an article for publication, the process itself can seem daunting.

To the current generation of undergraduate students, email seems old fashioned. Sometimes faculty can be hesitant to use email, let alone send a text message or use Facebook. So is it possible to meet in the middle?

The Robert J. Kutak Center for the Teaching Study of Applied Ethics, founded in 1985, promotes academic integrity and ethics across disciplines at UNL.

We had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Daniel Wueste, this year’s keynote speaker for Academic Integrity Week, and Director of the Robert J. Rutland Institute for Ethics at Clemson University.

Subject librarians are a valuable and, for some students, little known resource on our campus.

Writing is often seen as a solitary venture. Even when you’re writing in a public place such as the library or a coffee shop, you aren’t interacting with others.

Whether you’ve just begun your graduate school career or are in your final semester coursework, odds are you’ve been thinking about your professional future and the impending job search.