A university where more than 75 percent of incoming freshmen expect and seek community service opportunities
See what's cooking this week at the Milo Bail Student Center Food Court.
“Our Foundation, Your Home: Preparing for a Healthy Financial Future” will be held today, Feb. 23, in the Milo Bail Student Center Nebraska and Aksarben rooms.
Check out what UNO Campus Recreation has to offer during Wellness Week. A range of activities, from spinning to paddleboarding, will be available for free.
What is your personal brand? If you are still struggling to answer that question, attend April Kelly’s presentation Feb. 25 in Peter Kiewit Institute 158. The presentation is presented by UNO Women in IT Engagement Link.
UNO Theatre presents Freakshow, a look at living wonders surviving in a remarkable world.
On Wednesday, Feb. 25, students and other campus members are invited to discuss how to improve the campus culture as it relates to sustainability
If you're a UNO student interested in becoming a teacher, attend a brown bag lunch information session featuring advisors from the College of Education. The advisors will discuss requirements to apply to the program.
More than 80 organizations are registered for the Spring 2015 Career and Internship Fair. Don't miss this chance to network and learn about job opportunities.
Put on your favorite pink top and head to SAPP Fieldhouse Thursday, Feb. 26, for the UNO women's basketball game against Fort Wayne.
Come one, come all to a spectacular night of food, games and fun.
On Friday, Feb. 27, the Department of Music will host the annual Jazz Festival on campus. The festival will increase traffic and parking demand on the Dodge Campus from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Dr. Danish Bhatti will discuss orthostatic tremor, a rare disorder characterized by inability to stand still for a given length of time.
A campus-wide UNO Housing Showcase will take place Saturday, February 28. Future UNO Mavericks, along with anyone else interested in getting a glimpse into college life, are encouraged to attend.
Exploring dynamic definitions and applications of “community"
Masters and Music is a series blending artistic imagery and musical composition in an intimate and visually stimulating setting to support art, artists and art programs at UNO. Tickets are available at the door.
University Archives, in Criss Library’s Archives and Special Collections, is the official repository of materials relating to UNO history.