Over the summer, IS&T students made a game. We think you're going to like it.
IS&T students travel to Seattle, WA and get chance to meet influential IT leader Linus Torvalds while attending LinuxCon.
We’re driven by the goal to tackle the IT workforce deficit and create a diverse IT talent pool.
The first of its kind in the U.S., the EMIT program is in response to the need to provide flexible, innovative and technologically current education to rising IT professionals who want to prepare for leadership positions.
For the past 10 years, The Attic has been developing more than just mobile apps and websites. They are developing talent as well. Students at the Attic work on real projects for local companies, and there is always lots of work to be done.
More than 3,100 students have been recognized for their academic achievements at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) during the Spring 2015 semester with inclusion on the Chancellor's and/or Dean's List.
Two Si2 faculty members received awards at the UNO Faculty Honors Convocation on April 16, 2015.
The Teaching Computer Skills to Inmates course was one of the projects featured by the University of Nebraska at Omaha, which received the Presidential Award for Economic Opportunity, the highest honor in this category.
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.