In the fall of 2015, the Grace Abbott School of Social Work began the search for a tenure-track senior level professor that would also hold a five-year renewable appointment in partnership with the Buffett Early Childhood Institute.
The loss of traditional language is a major issue in Indian Country. Tribes who attend the Dhegiha Language Conference share the same historical language and use the annual conference as a way to revive and preserve their traditional dialect.
A new publication by the National Center for Justice Research about state support centers for evidence-based practices in juvenile justice features a case study of the UNO Juvenile Justice Institute as an example of an effective support center.
The UNO William Brennan Institute for Labor Studies has developed a brochure, written for high school students, that lays out the basics of labor laws and regulations.
The UNO School of Public Administration continues to lead with excellence.
A new honor for College of Public Affairs and Community Service Dean John Bartle celebrates his research and public service.
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.
The Nebraska Space Grant staff is busy providing learning opportunities for students, educators and researchers.
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