"It's time. Time for people to know why UNO is a place where greatness comes to grow, a university that celebrates ambition."
From service learning opportunities to mock interviews, Nitchals credits her experiences in COE to the success she's found in achieving her goals.
Myers studies Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in the newly established Center for Research in Human Movement Variability
Building foundations, encouraging growth, and expanding outreach for P-16 students in the metro-area.
Through a $10.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Biomechanics Research Building is home to the Center for Research in Human Movement Variability.
Through the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, UNO will be able to provide stronger guidance for high school-level math teachers in an innovative collaboration model between the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Two out of three metro area teachers have a degree from UNO's Teacher Education program. Learn why our students continue to strive as educational leaders...
Explore NET's Campus Spotlight Highlighting the Early Childhood Education Program at UNO.
"For a beginning teacher, navigating the world of a new school environment can be difficult. The experience brings up a myriad of question and concerns-from how to inspire students to adapting to unique student needs. UNO's College of Education's partnership with the Metropolitan Omaha Educational Consortium serves to address these issues for new educators so they can find success and confidence."