Eight projects have been awarded $10,000 Urban Research Grants to address the joint mission of the college and the university to focus on urban issues.
The Nebraska Center for Justice Research has released two new reports: "Trends in Young Adult Male Incarceration Admissions in Nebraska" and "Examining the Effects of Nebraska's Good Time Laws."
The DCS Ambassadors is a student organization founded in fall 2014 to represent the Division of Continuing Studies (DCS) to members of the community, guests of the Division, and prospective students.
Residents of the Omaha and Lincoln metro areas are generally optimistic about their future and the future of their communities according to a new report released today by the UNO Center for Public Affairs Research.
With a new $1.3 million grant, the Grace Abbott School of Social Work hopes to increase the number of behavioral health specialists in rural Nebraska
Faculty within the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice recently capped off a successful year pursuing extramural funding. These awards support faculty and student research, provide research assistance to community partners and provide unique learning opportunities for students.
Beginning in Spring 2015, students interested in the study of aging can now earn a Bachelor of science in Gerontology.
Julie Blaskewicz Boron is a new faculty member in the Gerontology Department. Her research interests focus on the theme of everyday problem solving, and the impact of cognition, emotion, and the social context on problem solving in daily life.