Registration for 2017 Service Learning Seminar is now open!
Is service-learning new to you? Have a service-learning practice to share? Attend the Service-Learning Showcase!
This April, students from across Omaha will immerse participants in various cultures and broaden our understanding of the world. For the Greater Omaha area this is a chance to discover and celebrate some of the various cultures and ethnicities represented in our community.
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UNO is the recipient of the Presidential Award for the Economic Opportunity category of the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Longtime SLA community partner Gregory Fripp recieves Outstanding Community and Campus Collaboration Award
UNO and Our Lady of Lourdes 7th graders combine Geology, Art, and technology to enrich patrons' experience of the Yellowstone and the West: The Chromolithographs of Thomas Moran exhibit, held at the Joslyn Art Museum.
Sometimes words are just not enough. That is the very reason why the UNO Introduction to Theatre class and Millard Horizon High School students taught by Mrs. Rose Bernstein teamed up to prevent bullying through a special kind of performance called forum theatre.
Students from Crystal Liu’s Chinese Language Class at Central High School and Dr. Lyn Holley’s Working with Minority Elderly UNO course partnered with the Omaha Chinese Christian Church this spring for a P-16 service learning project.
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