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  • 2013
  • 12/27
Friday
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Best of 2013: Nation's First Tribal Emergency Management Certificate Offered by UNO, iTEMA

It was a special year for UNO in 2013 with countless events, achievements, special guest visits and national recognitions for students, faculty, staff and alumni.

UNO's College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) Emergency Services Program and the College of Arts and Sciences Native American Studies Program partnered with iTEMA, the nation's leading Tribal Emergency Management Association, to create the country's first certificate in emergency management designed for members of tribal nations.

The goal of the certificate is to provide nationally accredited certification to members of every tribal nation in the country.

For more information, visit the UNO homepage in the afternoon.

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This Day in UNO History

December 27, 1971: Students, faculty and staff depart for London and Athens to begin study in the first year of the UNO/UNL-sponsored European Study Tour.

Thank you to the UNO Alumni Association for this information, which can also be found on its website here.

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Financial Representatives on Campus in January

Financial representatives from Fidelity and TIAA-Cref will be on campus in January. Below are the dates:

TIAA-Cref: January 7, January 14
Fidelity: January 14, January 31

Please contact Human Resources with questions.

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Upcoming Maverick Athletic Events

Interested in attending a Maverick sporting event at home? Below are upcoming athletic events:

Tuesday, Dec. 31
Women's Basketball vs. Doane
2 p.m. Sapp FH

Sunday, Jan. 5
Women's Basketball vs. Milwaukee
2 p.m. Sapp FH

Friday, Jan. 10
Hockey vs. Minnesota Duluth
7:37 p.m. CenturyLink Center

Saturday, Jan. 11
Women's Basketball vs. Western Illinois
2 p.m. Sapp FH

Saturday, Jan. 11
Hockey vs. Minnesota Duluth
7:07 p.m. CenturyLink Center

Check out omavs.com for more athletic information.

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UNO Participating in Miracle on Farnam

The University of Nebraska at Omaha is a proud participant in this year's Miracle on Farnam at Midtown Crossing. Midtown Crossing's Miracle on Farnam is a season-long celebration of creativity, good cheer and authentic holiday pleasures. Stroll in the glow of sparkling lights, sip hot chocolate, and enjoy Midtown Crossing's newest holiday tradition -- a parade of dazzling window displays. All along Farnam Street, Omaha's creative nonprofits will showcase their artistry and imagination by transforming ordinary window space into holiday miracles.

Be sure to stop by Midtown Crossing to enjoy the holiday festivities and view UNO's winter window at the Miracle on Farnam. It's all free to the public, three hours of garage parking included. The displays are available for viewing every day from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. through New Year's Day. Visit and vote for your favorite window often!

UNO's window features the work of Bertha Megendoht-Hatz, a supporter of the UNO Art and Art History Department, work by BFA student Kristine Hansen-Cain, and set design by UNO Theatre major Tommy Hanlon and University Communications Graphic Designer Althea Satterfield. The UNO window is located in space #8, one space west of the Marcus Midtown Cinema, on the attached map.

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UNO Offering Free Recreational Facility Access for Military Members, Their Families | Through Jan. 31

Service men and women returning home to the Metro for the holidays will have one less thing to worry about thanks to a UNO partnership allowing active duty military to use UNO's Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER) facilities for free through January 31.

For more informaton on the facility access, read the press release here.

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Nominations Sought for UNO Employee of the Month

Do you know a UNO employee who provides outstanding service to your department, the division or university as a whole? Why are you waiting? Nominate them for the 'Oh, What a Difference You Make!' Award (Employee of the Month) for office/service and managerial/professional staff. Nominations may be submitted by students, staff, faculty, visitors and administrators, and must meet the criteria listed below:
-Employed by UNO for one year or longer.
-Be in good standing.

Consideration includes:
- Performed job above and beyond expectations;
- Interpersonal skill/communication;
- Knowledge of job; and
- Adaptability.

Perks:
-Recipients receive $200, “rock star” parking for that month, recognition and photograph with the Chancellor, recognition at the Board of Regents meeting, a lapel pin and beverage holder.
-An Employee of the Month qualifies to be selected as Employee of the Year.

To nominate an employee, print and complete the nomination form, and send it to Human Resources, EAB 205.

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Fifteen Percent Off Women's Soccer Camps if Booked by Jan. 1

UNO Women's Soccer Camp Offer: Receive 15 percent off original camp price if purchased before Jan. 1, 2014. This is the lowest price we will offer for the 2014 camp season. All UNO Women's soccer camps are eligible.

Schedule:

June 9-10
Advanced Junior Mavs
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Ages 8-12

June 9-12
Goal Keeper
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Ages 12-18

July 7-8
Advanced Junior Mavs
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Ages 8-12

July 13-15
Elite Camp
Schedule Online
Ages 12-18

Register at UNO Soccer Camps.

Camp open to all registrants, limited only by age and gender. Go to http://www.unosoccercamps.com/ or contact Ted Anderson at tmanderson@unomaha.edu for more information.