"Mavs move to big time"
This is a historic October for UNO, with opportunities to preview the Baxter Arena before its grand opening, take part in the world’s largest fundraising event for breast cancer, and connect to the world’s urban and metropolitan universities and their partners.
Join us in the MBSC Food Court, Library Café, or MavRec Café! We have some exciting additions this semester, including wraps, Italian specials, and new sushi varieties.
The MBSC renovation project is in full swing! Signage is posted to help you navigate around the building.
UNO will serve as a sponsor of this year's Omaha Farmers Market in nearby Aksarben Village.
Parking permits for the 2015-2016 academic year are available for purchase online.
Concludes Sept. 3 at Midtown Crossing
Public Safety would like to remind the campus community about emergency procedures at UNO.
The film "1913: Seeds of Conflict" will be played in the Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center Tuesday, September 1.
Faculty, staff, and students are invited to a UNO Television Open House on Thursday, September 3.
Kate Worster, Ph.D., will discuss her doctoral research in expanding clinical gait analysis techniques by validating nonlinear methods describing the influence of neurological control of the musculoskeletal system.
Please join Maverick Innovation and the Aksarben Innovation Initiative in welcoming Cornstalks on Tour to campus Thursday, September 3.
Two OLLAS faculty members will lead discussions of two sections of the PBS documentary Latino Americans: 500 years of History as part of the Council Bluffs Public Library’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics will hold its first club meeting Tuesday, September 1.
Top comedians Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy will take the stage at Baxter Arena Friday, December 4, for an unforgettable night of comedy.
Campus Recreation is hosting a Sports Club Fair Wednesday, September 2, in the MBSC Plaza.
This fall, the University of Nebraska at Omaha is offering a 10-week dance program for people affected by Parkinson’s Disease.
Creative learning and working spaces