Learn about careers with the U.S. Department of State and how you can serve your country.
The US Army Corps of Engineers is actively hiring talented and motivated US citizens in offices in the US and around the world. Find out what it takes to be an engineer in today's workforce.
Please join TIAA and Human Resources for, “The Starting Line: Why and How Retirement Saving Should Begin Now.” The workshop will show how smart steps in the beginning of your career can help lead you to a more solid financial future.
The annual juried exhibition of works by visual art students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha will be on display through March 20.
Enjoy skating on Baxter Arena's Holland Community Ice in the new year!
Multicultural Affairs provides cultural programs that engage and educate our diverse student body. We plan programs during nationally recognized heritage months all throughout year.
The Guard movingly explores the power of creative expression and the sacrifices we make in the pursuit of love and beauty. This comic drama about the permanence of art and the impermanence of life paints shimmering portraits of Rembrandt, Homer, and those who protect the art we cherish.
Are you ready to start your nonprofit career? Stop by the first Nonprofit Leadership Alliance workshop of the year where you can hear from Angie Eikenberry, professor in the School of Public Administration!
Results from a recent global survey on trust and credibility will be the focus of an ethics presentation at UNO on Feb. 22.
This award recognizes extraordinary service to the UNO Women’s and Gender Studies program. Noteworthy work may involve teaching, research/creative activity, service, or a combination of the three.
Dr. Huisingais an Assistant Professor in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science and the Director of the Human Performance Laboratory within the Landon Center on Aging. She is also faculty in the Bioengineering Department at KU-Lawrence.
The College of Information Science and Technology is holding an open house! Tour labs, chat with professors, and meet current students.
The National Council of Negro Women will be holding a Mardi Gras bake sale on Feb. 27 in the Milo Bail Student Center.
The conference brings together more than 200 scholars from the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia, exploring various aspects of how oral and written stories, memorials, monuments, and museums present answers to the eternal human need to remember the past and leave a mark not to be forgotten.
Please join us for the webinar, “I Need A Job: Helping Students Develop Marketable Skills In & Out Of The Classroom.” This webinar will show how employment skills offer a framework where faculty and student affairs can work together to help students develop marketable skills in both contexts.
Join us for "Energy Efficiency in Transportation: Reducing the Impacts of Our Mobility," with Michael Helgerson.
The UNO Islamic Studies Program and Sustained Dialogue are organizing a lecture by and follow-up discussion with Dr. Najeeba Syed, associate professor at Claremont School of Theology.
The Research and Creative Activity Fair is an annual, student-centered showcase of scholastic endeavors and achievements.
The UNO School of Criminology and Criminal Justice invites you to celebrate and recognize the achievements of community leaders and scholarship recipients. Registration is due Feb. 22
Come for an enjoyable afternoon of networking, good converstation, good food, and a silent auction full of unique and cherished items.
Full-time students get a free ticket to a movie at Film Streams with a student ID. This month there are three movies to choose from.
Voting for 2017-2018 Student Government will take place on March 7 on MavSYNC, with results posted on March 8.
Take care of all your graduation needs in a one-stop shop experience at the UNO Bookstore’s Graduation Expo!
Take advantage of student and early bird discounts ahead of this year's YP Summit.
Participants will learn and perform reality based techniques that will help them stop threats, while being able to escape and find safety. Participants will learn and perform reality based techniques that will help them stop the threat, while being able to escape and find safety. The workshop covers balance displacement, breakaways, and strikes, in addition to learning in a safe training environment.
Saturday, March 11, 2017 | Sapp Fieldhouse 10:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M. | Check-in begins at 9:00 A.M.
World famous poet and scholar, Desmond Egan, will visit UNO for the Annual Irish Literature and Culture Lecture.
Seven Days brings UNO students, K-12 students, and members of the Omaha community together with local nonprofit partners to serve and learn throughout the week. Seven Days of Service addresses the needs of our community partners to build and strengthen our metropolitan community.
Program proposals for "Women Advance I.T., Women Advancing the Future of Information Technology in Higher Education" will be accepted through March 31.
Ten inspiring speakers, a startup career fair, a pitch contest and mentoring sessions are planned during the sixth annual Midwest Entrepreneurship Conference (MWEC), April 7–8 at KANEKO in downtown Omaha.
The Claussen-Leahy Maverick Run will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017 at Baxter Arena.
Camp Completion is a week-long writing retreat designed to help faculty finish or make significant progress on projects.
Registration for the Second Annual Human Movement Variability Conference is now open.