"Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education."

Satera Nelson, MS, recently joined our faculty in Kearney as an anatomy instructor. Here is more about Satera in her own words: “I graduated from UNL with degrees in Nutrition Science and Ethnic Studies. While at UNL, I had the opportunity to be a teaching assistant in the Human Anatomy Lab for 2.5 years. I learned a lot about the human body and about adapting... Continue Reading

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