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Celebrating the creativity of student-artists from across the country
Elementary, Middle and High School students will team with political science students from UNO to survey Omaha’s city council’s districts
Started in 1963, the Nebraska Council on Economic Education helps promote the importance of economic education in Nebraska and Iowa K-12 schools
More than 800 students will be giving up their Fall Break to help 20 different nonprofit organizations during Three Days of Service.
A donation from the Kahn Family Foundation will create the Sophie and Feodora Kahn Professorship in Biology.
Faculty from UNO are hosting a public forum to discuss current events topics in the Middle East
Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat will visit UNO on October 23, to speak at the 5th annual Ruth and Phil Sokolof Lecture Series.
Issues critical to the Latino community and the agenda for social change will be among the themes of dialogues Nov. 8 and 9 at Cumbre 2013.
Andrew Jewell (UNL) will present a program on Willa Cather on Nov. 7, at 7 p.m.
Celebrating UNO's long and proud history with the military
The son and grandson of Omaha businessman Warren Buffett will be on the UNO campus Friday, Nov. 8.
Two of the nation’s most influential Thomas Jefferson scholars will visit UNO on Wednesday, Oct. 30.
Students participating in the UNO Service Learning Academy project Sacred Circle will spend Tuesday, October 29 with South High Magnet School students at the Genoa Indian Boarding School Museum in Genoa, Neb.
A new paper published by a group of UNO scientists has clearly shown that 'science' has no rigid proscriptions for what male and female roles are.
Spanish Brass, the world-renowned brass ensemble, will perform on Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. in the Strauss Performing Arts Center.
The director of UNO's School of Public Administration is now head of the world’s largest accrediting body for public affairs programs.
Native American stories, actors and directors will be the focus of a special film festival, running from Nov. 1 through Nov. 3.