Researchers at the University of Nebraska’s Juvenile Justice Institute are following a bill through the state legislature that sets aside funds to establish a statewide juvenile justice data system.
Introducing the School of Public Administration's Global Digital Governance Lab - working with global partners to produce public administration research relevant to the digital age.
CPAR is a research and community outreach unit of CPAR One of the many ways CPAR fulfills its statewide mission is by analyzing and making available demographic data to policy-makers and others to assist with informed decision-making.
Faculty and students within the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice have recently engaged in a number of collaborative research and teaching endeavors within the NU system. These collaborations pool the skills and expertise of the School’s faculty with those from faculty members in other academic units.
The Division of Continuing Studies recently hosted a Faculty Appreciation Dinner.
The Emergency Services Program is relatively new to UNO and CPACS, first gaining approval in the spring of 2012 as Emergency Management and Fire Service Management concentrations within the Bachelor of General Studies degree.
Walking through the halls of CPACS, you may have seen a young man with a serious look on his face, waving his arms about as he conducts a symphony only he can hear. His name is Justin Payne and he’s a Goodricher majoring in Music (voice performance).
The Department of Gerontology has many success stories among its alumni. Lesa Huber, Ph.D., is one of those stories.