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University of Nebraska–Lincoln
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is the flagship public research university in Nebraska, and is a member of the Big Ten Conference. Home of the Huskers.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is the flagship public research university in Nebraska, and is a member of the Big Ten Conferen...
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Big Ten Conference Confidence: 90%
University of Nebraska–Lincoln Confidence: 90%
Flagship Confidence: 75%
Nebraska Cornhuskers Confidence: 71%
Public university Confidence: 69%
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|Top level heading|
|Welcome to nebraska|
|2nd level heading|
|Making campus a little sweeter|
|News from nebraska today|
|Nine colleges. ınfinite possibilities.|
|Policies & reports|
|3rd level heading|
|ınnovation studio matches makers with project requests|
|Wood gauges hurricane dorian impacts on the bahamas|
|Cahoon, clemente, hebets named aaas fellows|
|Historic gregorian chant book donated to university|
|Support your university|
|Agricultural sciences & natural resources|
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|Education & human sciences|
|Hixson-lied collegeof fine & performing arts|
|Journalism & mass communications|
|College of law|
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