The International Studies and Programs office will once again host “International Education Week,” which is designed to highlight the importance of global engagement.
Dr. George Ross, president of Central Michigan University and one of four finalists for the University of Nebraska presidency, will visit UNO Nov. 18.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Department of Theatre presents a quartet of vibrant performances, The UNO Theatre Festival.
Omaha Police Department helicopter will fly in to campus as part of Criminal Justice Student Organization event.
Pick up the pictured limited edition t-shirt to help cheer on your Mavs as they take on the Huskers on Tuesday, November 25th at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln! They are available now for only $12.99 in the UNO Bookstore...while supplies last.
Every cell is made of water; it’s required for every life process. When there isn’t enough, those processes slow. Adding water back can inject vitality in our lives and appearance.
Books for children of all ages, holiday titles, instructional materials, games, videos, and toys will be for sale.
Students, faculty & staff could win up to $20 in MavMONEY added to their MavCARD!
What does a poet’s workday have in common with a costume designer’s? And how is their work similar to an entrepreneur’s? A chef’s or a cancer doctor’s? The Kaneko-UNO Creativity Library and UNO’s Writer’s Workshop have teamed up to present “PROCESS: How Creative Thinking Gets Work Done,” a series of panel discussions where experts from a wide range of disciplines come together to explore four stages of the creative process: First Drafts, Revision, Completion and Critique.
UNO students get in with their Mavcard. Free appetizers and Maverick swag.
The Department of Mathematics and the Department of Teacher Education is pleased to announce a new scholarship for those interested in becoming future high school or middle school teachers of mathematics.
The School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation’s and the Center for Human Movement Variability’s Seminar Series is hosting speaker Dr. Jeff Nessler. His presentation is called “Walk the Way: How Synchronization of Gait Affects Movement Variability.”