Three exhibits will highlight the work of former UNO faculty member Wanda Ewing, as well as this semester’s Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Studio Arts graduating seniors.
UNO is implementing a new process for collecting and managing course evaluations – ACE, or automated course evaluation. ACE provides an environmentally responsible alternative to paper forms and directly supports UNO’s Sustainability Master Plan.
MavGrants is a secure electronic research administration system developed for the Office of Research and Creative Activity to help UNO faculty, staff, and administrators manage research projects.
UNO international students travel to West Point for two days of intercultural exchange, visiting schools, Main Street, farms, and a music studio.
This 30 minute question and answer session will address data entry, generating annual review reports and creating RPT forms.
The School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation’s and the Center for Human Movement Variability’s Seminar Series is hosting speaker Jeff Nessler, Ph.D. His presentation is called “Walk the Way: How Synchronization of Gait Affects Movement Variability.” Dr. Nessler will share the results of experiments that utilize side-by-side walking and mechanical perturbation as external cues in the investigation of unintentional synchronization and its influence on walking.
Adam will give a high level view of the architecture of Cassandra. He will also discuss NoSQL, cover real world applications of the C* Database, talk about its integration with DataStax and give several use cases. Lunch will be provided.
During the University Library Friends Book Sale, all items are $1.00.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Department of Theatre presents a quartet of vibrant performances, The UNO Theatre Festival.