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Local leaders recognized as part of a Rural Futures Institute Grant


KEARNEY, Neb. – Sidney’s Megan McGown and Connie Hancock participated in the Rural Futures Institute Grants Program, a virtual leadership development program.

The program is built to foster the development of research and engagement and teaching and engagement that addresses opportunities and critical challenges facing rural people and places. Additionally, projects should create an environment where deep and meaningful collaborative partnerships are the norm.

That’s what the Center for Collaboration Science at the University of Nebraska at Omaha set out to do after receiving funding...

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