The University of Nebraska Omaha College of Information Science & Technology and College of Education collaborated with the Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium to create the Project MATTERS Zoo Apps.
UNO freshman is grateful for the support of other females in the IT field
To meet the anticipated severe shortage of data analytics workers needed to fill the 1.9 million jobs expected to be created by 2015, UNO has added the Graduate Certificate in Data Analytics for fall 2014.
Up your game in IT! Sign up today for professional workshops on LeanIT, Big Data, Intro to R, Marketing in IT and more!
Round Tables are forums organized by the College of IS&T to provide an interactive exchange of cutting edge research, teaching, and best practices in information science & technology.
Survey results suggest Omaha-area engineering and IT hiring will be robust over the next 2 years
Women IT professionals comprise just 25 percent of all computing-related occupations in the United States.
In a world of cybersecurity concerns, UNO College of Information Science and Technology helped encourage the next generation of computer scientists with a special competition for area high school students.
In 2013, UNO launched an effort to raise funds for programs introducing girls to IT. The goal is to DOUBLE the number of women in the College of Information Science & Technology over the next two years.