Construction begins, in 1964, to the southwest addition of the Engineering Building.
This Week in Campus History
On Friday, June 24, 1994, The Gateway reported that 50 UNO students planned to volunteer their time on Saturday to assist the Siena House (women and children's shelter) and the Francis House (men's shelter) merge together to form the Siena/Francis House at 17th and Nicholas in Omaha. The new facility boasted 80 beds and a larger kitchen with more seating. UNO graduate and president of Siena/Francis House, Sherry Kennedy Brownrigg, was the emcee of the opening ceremonies for the new facility.
Date: June 24, 1994
Source: The Gateway
Compiled by Criss Library Archives
MVHC @ 50
Leo Adam Biga
For UNO Associate Professor Moshe Gershovich, history "is like a big jigsaw puzzle. One of my hobbies is jigsaw puzzles. You open the box and you find all these pieces which appear unrelated and each one by itself is really meaningless. Only once you start putting them together do you get the picture." ...continue
Confidentiality Reminder for Business Systems
The following is a reminder from Human Resources and can be found in the Managerial/Professional and Office/Service Staff Handbook.
As part of access to the university's Business Systems, each employee must understand and accept the responsibility of working with confidential information, including - but not limited to - social security numbers, checking and savings account numbers, non-published telephone numbers, personnel appraisals, educational records, medical history and insurance coverage. UNO employees who have access to confidential, sensitive or private information are obligated to keep it confidential and use it only for work-related purposes.
Each employee will be held accountable for the appropriate use of the information to which they have access contained within the University of Nebraska SAP system, University of Nebraska Personal Service Ledger (PSL) and/or the University of Nebraska Data Warehouse (nulook/mynulook) and any future information systems that may contain similar confidential information.
For more information, call 554.2321.
Shakespeare on the Green Opens Tonight
The Nebraska Shakespeare Festival (NSF) will bring productions of "Henry V" and "Love's Labour's Lost" to Elmwood Park this June and July in conjunction with Shakespeare on the Green 2007. The free festival, celebrating its 21st anniversary season this year, is presented each summer in cooperation with UNO, Creighton University and the city of Omaha. All performances are free and open to the public.
Performances will begin at 8 p.m. tonight, June 21. The greenshow - which features Elizabethan music, dancing, singing and juggling - will begin nightly at 7 p.m. Nightly seminars will start at 6 p.m. and provide the audience with an opportunity to discuss the plays and meet the directors, actors and scholars associated with the 2007 company.
The performance dates are:
- "Henry V"
June 21-24 and July 5 and 7
- "Love's Labour's Lost"
June 28-30 and July 1, 6 and 8
For more information about Shakespeare on the Green or other Nebraska Shakespeare programs, contact Mike Markey at 280.2391 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Web at http://www.nebraskashakespeare.com.
If you are a member of the UNO community and are involved in an upcoming performance, we want to know about it! Send an e-mail with the particulars to email@example.com. Please include a contact name and phone number.
For more information, call 554.2243.
KVNO Now Broadcasting in High Definition
KVNO Classical 90.7 FM announces the launch of HD Digital Radio. Conversion of the analog signal was made possible through grants from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Drew Foundation (Jack, Helen, Louis and Jean) and individual KVNO supporters.
HD Digital Radio features CD-quality sound. To hear the digital broadcast, an HD Digital Radio receiver is required.
"We're excited to enhance KVNO's public service using new technology, and listening to classical music in high definition is an incredible experience. The switch from FM to HD has been compared to taking a blanket off the speakers," said Debbi Aliano, KVNO general manager.
For more information about HD Digital Radio, visit the FAQ section on the station's Web site at http://www.kvno.org or call 559.5866.
Toner Recycling Program Benefits Campus
All campus departments are encouraged to recycle their printer and toner cartridges in support of the ongoing recycling program conducted by the Staff Advisory Council (SAC) and UNO Mail Services. Two-thirds of the monies received from this project go to student scholarships, and one-third goes to SAC for ongoing projects.
All used toner/ink jet cartridges can be sent to Mail Services in the Eppley Administration Building, Room 106, and addressed as follows:
UNO Mail Services - Toner Recycling Project
For more information, contact Rhonda Sheibal-Carver at 554.2625.
Participants Sought for UNMC Depression Study
Individuals experiencing depression are being recruited by the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) Department of Psychiatry to participate in a research study that uses marketed antidepressant medications.
Participants must be 19 to 65 years of age and in good general medical health. All study procedures and medications will be provided.
For more information, call 354.6868 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.