PMI Mid-Nebraska Chapter

Risk Management Meets Agriculture


Managing risk takes a significant amount of time out of a Project Manager's day. And if not, it really should.

In our April 11 meeting, you’ll have the opportunity to sharpen your risk management tools as UNL Professor Bradley Lubben, Ph.D. shares from his vast Risk Management experience with PMI Mid Nebraska. Join us Tuesday evening and learn more about risk in agriculture, risk management issues, the role of risk management education and risk management tools.





Dr. Lubben is the Director of the North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The center is competitively funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to deliver risk management education and conduct an annual, regional competitive grants program for organizations delivering risk management education to agricultural producers.

Learn more about Dr. Lubben’s work here, or by joining us at our monthly meeting.


PMI Mid-Nebraska April Chapter Meeting

Southeast Community College – Continuing Education Center

301 South 68th Street Place – Lincoln

Room TBD

Tuesday, April 11

6:00 pm (light refreshments and networking)

6:30 pm (meeting)

Cost: $12.00 Members / $14.00 Non-Members


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This June, PMI Mid-Nebraska members will be voting on the following board positions: 

  • President - Currently Sandra Zweiner
  • Vice-President, Programs - Currently Steve Merrill
  • Vice-President, Technology - Currently Mark Bronzynski

Due to term limits set in place by PMI, the positions of President and Vice-President, Programs require new leadership, as such, Sandra and Steve will not be running for their positions. That means, we need your nominations! You are welcome, and encouraged to nominate yourself as well. Send your nominations to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no later than May 25, 2017.