Thank you for taking the Maverick Daily Experience Survey. We appreciate the feedback and the time you took to take the survey. Below are the results of the multiple choice sections of the survey.
How often do you read the Maverick Daily?
- Every day: 78.82%
- Four times a week: 7.06%
- Three time a week: 5.88%
- One to two times a week: 8.24%
We announce fresh content on a daily basis in order to keep you up-to-date with the most current news even during the less busy summer months. Thanks for checking in every day!
Where else do you receive your UNO news and/or event notices?
- UNO Home Page: 76.47%
- Facebook: 34.12%
- Twitter: 8.24%
- UNO News Center: 8.24%
- Other comments: colleagues, email, word of mouth
Have you submitted items to the Maverick Daily?
- Yes: 37.65%
- No: 62.35%
We hope to have more members of the campus community submit items to the Maverick Daily in the future. Are you hosting an event on campus? Is your class working on a great project? Share it with the UNO community!
We especially like submissions that relate to any of the topics below:
Our academic priorities:
Research is an integral part of the graduate experience and successful research programs are essential to attracting outstanding faculty who in turn can recruit exceptional graduate students.
|Early Childhood/Child Welfare (ECCW)||
ECCW responds to the need for comprehensive integrated systems of services designed to give all young children (birth through age eight) access to what they need in the early years to succeed in school. In this context, UNO recognizes ECCW as critical to its metropolitan university mission.
|Global Engagement||UNO embraces the University of Nebraska System's goals to offer every undergraduate student the opportunity for a meaningful academic experience abroad; doubling international student enrollment; increasing opportunities for faculty to work abroad and collaborate with colleagues and the world; and renewing the commitment to work with countries and institutions throughout the world.|
|Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)||
STEM is an opportunity for national recognition, innovation and leadership. UNO can build upon numerous past STEM successes to strengthen, develop, research and disseminate innovative STEM education models.
Sustainability provides a framework to organize knowledge about the use of resources and the implications of present decisions on the future. UNO will provide leadership to help build social capacity to meet current human needs in ways to leave our planet’s support systems functioning and its natural resources available for future generations.
Our strategic priorities:
Students are UNO's key constituents and, as UNO strives to achieve its vision, UNO commits to develop and serve a diverse student body reflecting a dynamic metropolitan community.
|Academic Excellence||UNO, led by the faculty, in collaboration with staff and students, strives for excellence at all levels of teaching, learning, scholarship, research, and creative activity consistent with its metropolitan mission. Excellence is demonstrated in programs and areas of distinction, high quality undergraduate education, and strong graduate research/professional programs.|
|Community Engagement||UNO defines community engagement as collaboration between the University and its local, regional, national and global communities for the exchange of knowledge and resources. This includes Service Learning and the Office of Civic and Social Responsibility.|
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