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.
About 45 collegiate aviation students from 15 states participated in the University Aviation Association Seminar on Establishing Aviation Policy in Washington, D.C. from January 5-9, 2015. Sponsored annually by UAA, both students and faculty had the opportunity to see firsthand how legislative and regulatory issues in the aviation and aerospace industry are shaped.
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 2014-2015 academic year has seen the Grace Abbott School of Social Work expand the ranks of its faculty like never before. Four outstanding new individuals have the joined the school, and continue to enhance the mission of the school to educate professional social workers to engage in the community and promote social change.
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.
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.
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.
Mike is a new labor educator who joined the William Brennan Institute in August of 2014. Mike is opening new doors for the Institute. At present the Institute is currently working on building relationships to offer labor history and worker rights content with Boys Town and the Omaha Public High Schools.