Editor’s Note — This is part of a Women’s History Month series featuring women who make a positive impact on the campus community through their work as office/service employees. The Women of Service series is organized by the Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of Women. Stories will run in Nebraska Today through March 30.
When the university went remote in response to COVID-19, Nebraska’s Stacy Price was just settling into a new position.
Having worked for Vision Maker Media within Nebraska Public Media for two years, Price shifted in February 2021 to the AVE Business Center — a team that the Department of Animal Science, School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, and related veterinary programs on campus. She was just learning how the unit processes accounting transactions when the pandemic hit.
In the organized chaos that followed as the university pivoted to remote instruction and work, Price didn’t…