Famed muralist Louis Grell, an Iowa native, has had his artwork showcased all over the United States, but never in one place - until now.
On Friday, Dec. 27, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Dec. 29 from 8 a.m. to noon, most UNO online services will be unavailable due to the upgrade of the campus border routers.
In honor of a gifts made to UNO, Mammel Hall's atrium is dedicated to real estate developer Ted M. Seldin
UNO's School of HPER along with MaV USO have announced that, through Jan. 31, the HPER building will be free to any active duty military member on leave
The UNO Alumni Association was recognized for its work over the last year with 11 regional awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).
UNO's 2013 December Commencement will take place on Saturday, Dec. 21, during two ceremonies, which take place at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. inside the Lee and Helene Sapp Fieldhouse
Student group NULLify invites Omaha high schools to compete for prizes in hackathon
Eight art students from UNO will open a self-curated exhibit at a Midtown gallery space beginning Saturday, Dec. 7.
UNO's Miles Waggener and Art Homer are nominated for the 2015 Pushcart Prize, which celebrates the best literature during the previous year from small press publications
Darcy Covert and Michael Owen will be traveling for the Spring 2014 semester thanks to $5,000 scholarships from the Department of State.
MaverickPR, UNO's student public relations firm, is hosting its seventh annual Santa Paws event for metro-area pets
Biology student Brittany Conroy earned First Place at this year's Sigma Xi Student Research Conference for her work on cellular modeling and its benefits in early-detection of blood-based cancers.
Seventeen students from UNO's BFA and BASA programs are showcasing their final thesis projects before graduation.
Two names synonymous with excellence in education are now permanently associated with the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Education’s leadership.
Gail F. Baker, dean of the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media at UNO, recently earned her third Emmy Award for her work on a feature-length documentary on race.
The Barbara A. Holland Collection for Service Learning and Community Engagement will include 10,000-plus volumes of research and be maintained by the Criss Library
UNO was named the top public university and the second-ranked university overall for military friendliness in 2014 by the Military Times.
UNO has announced today the results of its first round of applications for space at our new Community Engagement Center as well as the deadline for new applications.
For the fifth straight year the UNO student aviation team, the Flying Mavs, will compete nationally after finishing second in their region at the National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) competition.
MaverickPR, UNO's student-run PR firm, was recognized as one of the nation’s best during the 2013 National Conference for the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA).
Native American stories, actors and directors will be the focus of a special film festival, running from Nov. 1 through Nov. 3.
The director of UNO's School of Public Administration is now head of the world’s largest accrediting body for public affairs programs.
Spanish Brass, the world-renowned brass ensemble, will perform on Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. in the Strauss Performing Arts Center.
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.
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.
Two of the nation’s most influential Thomas Jefferson scholars will visit UNO on Wednesday, Oct. 30.
The son and grandson of Omaha businessman Warren Buffett will be on the UNO campus Friday, Nov. 8.
Andrew Jewell (UNL) will present a program on Willa Cather on Nov. 7, at 7 p.m.
Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat will visit UNO on October 23, to speak at the 5th annual Ruth and Phil Sokolof Lecture Series.
Faculty from UNO are hosting a public forum to discuss current events topics in the Middle East
A donation from the Kahn Family Foundation will create the Sophie and Feodora Kahn Professorship in Biology.
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.
Elementary, Middle and High School students will team with political science students from UNO to survey Omaha’s city council’s districts