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Welcome!

Welcome to the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Radio News Line archive.

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Why Have a Radio News Line?

The goal of the UNO Radio News Line is to provide expert voices (UNO faculty and staff) on topical events important to Nebraska and the Midwest, as well as the nation. As Nebraska's metropolitan university, UNO is uniquely positioned to provide background and perspective on a wide variety of issues. Whether it's international affairs or high technology; hard science or literature; urban planning or environmentalism, UNO has an individual who can provide concise, pertinent information.

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Contact the UNO Radio News Line

Updates will be made regularly, and topic suggestions are always welcome.

For more information, contact Tim Kaldahl, assistant director of media relations at UNO, at tkaldahl@mail.unomaha.edu or 402.554.3502.

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2005.11.10
Making time for wellness and fitness can be difficult, especially for women who are balancing both family and work. UNO Assistant Professor Jennifer White studies fitness and wellness issues and has some practical advice.
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2005.10.20
The library at a university serves more than students and faculty members. And collections today include everything from online journals to DVDs in addition to books. Steve Shorb, the dean of UNO's University Library, explains.
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2005.10.05
Starting the higher education selection process early is the message from David Cicotello, the director of New Student Enrollment Services at UNO. High school students and their parents have a wealth of information available to them.
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2005.10.05
In part II of this special Radio News Line, David Cicotello explains why campus visits can make all the difference in the college decision-making process for high school students and their parents.
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2005.09.14
Alice Schumaker, an associate professor in UNO's College of Public Affairs and Community Service, and a colleague from a Norwegian university have a unique educational exchange going on this semester. Students in their classes are meeting and discussing class work over the Internet.
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2005.07.27
Nebraska will be the center of the Information Systems world for four days in August. A world-class conference on cutting edge technology issues is expected to attract more than 850 people from across the planet to Omaha's Qwest Center. Two UNO professors have spearheaded organizing the event.
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2005.07.11
A unique collaboration between the Gallup Organization and the University of Nebraska at Omaha continues to grow and expand. Dr. Jerry Wagner, a distinguished research fellow at UNO, explains how a new laboratory at Gallup will create high tech internship slots available for students.
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2005.06.13
The Latina Summer Academy is in session this week at UNO. Sixteen young Latina women will get a taste of college and see what taking courses in math, science and technology could mean for them in the future. Curt Bayer, the director of executive education programs in the UNO College of Business Administration, discusses this unique program.
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2005.06.02
The University of Nebraska at Omaha recently has expanded its classes on entrepreneurship. Being your own boss can be a rewarding option for many according to Anne York, the director of the UNO Maverick Entrepreneurship Institute in the College of Business Administration.
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2005.04.14
The University of Nebraska at Omaha Office of Latino/Latin American Studies (OLLAS) will host the Second Cumbre of the Great Plains starting April 22. Cumbre means summit. A wide variety of important immigration issues will be discussed, according to Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado, a UNO political science professor and the OLLAS assistant director.
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2005.04.04
The annual Airline Quality Ratings are now available.
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2005.03.24
The UNO College of Information Science and Technology has a graduate fair and open house set for March 31. It's a unique opportunity to meet faculty, alums and local business people involved in cutting edge work in our region. Dr. Peter Wolcott explains why an advanced degree can be beneficial.
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2005.03.11
More than 200 University of Nebraska at Omaha students will be spending spring break swinging a hammer or using a paint brush. Instead of going on vacation, the students will be volunteering for Seven Days of Service, a program that renovates homes for people who need low income housing.
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2005.03.07
Learning does not just happen on university campuses. A group of UNO professors has made a connection in an area of Omaha with a growing immigrant community, and the result of that outreach will be new courses for students in the fall.
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2005.01.31
Technology has people of all ages simply swimming in information. How can you keep on top of e-mail, text messaging and cell phone calls? Dr. Ilze Zigurs, a professor in UNO's College of Information Science and Technology, has some advice.
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2005.01.24
The UNO Athletic Department has a special night of fun and information scheduled for women on Feb. 10. Hockey 101 will give participants a chance to learn about the sport, meet the Maverick Hockey team, and take a turn on the ice.
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