Prairie Moves: Gary Kebbel to lead UNL’s mobile media initiative
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"Kebbel accepts mobile media role, resigns as dean" - The University of Nebraska-Lincoln announced that Gary Kebbel will resign from his position as dean of Journalism and Mass Communications to lead a university-wide multidisciplinary initiative related to mobile media
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