UNO's nationally ranked School of Criminology and Criminal Justice will welcome several new faculty members and a new director beginning in the fall of 2016.
For info on data products, methods of access, and applications, attend the Nebraska Data Users Conference on Aug. 17.
A recent graduate of the Grace Abbott School of Social Work has become a media darling recently after her amazing walk across the stage at UNO Spring 2016 Commencement.
Goodrichers spent a weekend in and around Elmwood, Nebraska, serving the local community while learning about the life and work of best-selling author and longtime Elmwood resident Bess Streeter Aldrich.
Reseachers at the NCJR set out to investigate just what legalizing marijuana in Colorado has meant for the state of Nebraska—and in so doing have contributed to an international discussion about law enforcement and drugs.
Representatives of the Department of Gerontology recently went to Scottsbluff to conduct a workshop on aging.
Everyone wants to create a nation with “liberty and justice for all.” Where the difficulty arises is in examining which public policies best move us toward that utopian goal.
Three times a year the School of Public Administration pauses for a moment to reflect on the accomplishments of its students, faculty and staff.
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