Professor Holley explores the factors that encourage college faculty to participate in service learning.
Ryan Spohn, Director of the Nebraska Center for Justice Research, discusses capital punishment on an episode of Consider This.
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Since 1950, UNO’s Division of Continuing Studies has had a presence at Offutt Air Force Base (AFB).
The Nebraska Center for Justice Research continues to expand Transformation Project, a program that facilitates prisoners in developing a foundation for learning and motivation to change through a process of self-reflection and goal setting.
One of those largely underappreciated facets of the labor movement is the job the building and construction trades do in helping Nebraskans find careers. Each of the unions in the building trades has an apprenticeship program where the skills and work behaviors essential to becoming a journeyperson are taught and developed on the job.
In early April 2015, NASA announced a three-year award for the NASA Nebraska Space Grant program, a consortium of higher education and state institutions as well as community education programs across the state.
Recently, ten Goodrichers and two Goodrich faculty members visited Central City, Nebraska, to learn about the life and work of Wright Morris, an award-winning writer and photographer.