2015 News Release Archive
Shue picking up steam as she heads for graduate school and a career.December 03, 2015
Winona is on track to marry her interests in politics and trains.
New Leadership minor designed to appeal to a wide variety of majors.December 03, 2015
Political Science offers new minor in Leadership and Public Policy
UNO Team victorious at BlueJay OpenDecember 03, 2015
Mock Trial Team Claims Second Invitational Win.
New Minor in Holocaust and Genocide Studies available January 2016December 03, 2015
New minor is an initiative of The Sam and Frances Fried Holocaust and Genocide Fund.
Slaven chose psychology as a major because she loves helping people.November 03, 2015
It wasn’t easy making the decision to stay in college after the birth of Adelheide. Molly wanted to stick with her passion, though, to set an example for her daughter.
UNO Mock Trial Team Takes First Place in Drake InvitationalOctober 30, 2015
The UNO Mock Trial Team claims its very first invitational win in the Drake Invitational in Des Moines, Iowa.
TESOL Certificate breaks down language barriersOctober 24, 2015
The TESOL Certificate is available at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
USA Today article features work of George Engelmann and colleagues at Saints and Sinners Quarry.October 16, 2015
“Candy shop of dinosaur fossils in Utah desert” is the headline in USA Today article featuring the work of George Engelmann and colleagues at Saints and Sinners Quarry.
Dan Martin combines Spanish and Latino/Latin American StudiesOctober 01, 2015
"I have been given excellent opportunities to achieve my goal of becoming bilingual and ways to network and give back to my community," says Martin
Robinson selected to represent Nebraska at National CUR SymposiumSeptember 28, 2015
Jacob Robinson will present his research in support of the development of novel antibiotics at national CUR Symposium.
Looking for Love? Study Finds Hormone Could HelpSeptember 20, 2015
Grad student Jon-Ryan Cavanaugh leads research team that discovered something new about the hormone oxytocin: it can lead to more attention from a mate.
Observatory open for 'Supermoon' Lunar EclipseSeptember 20, 2015
The public is invited to visit the Durham Science Center observatory and planetarium for the total lunar eclipse of a ‘supermoon’ and harvest moon.
Sapphire Andersen pursues multiple passionsAugust 31, 2015
Sapphire's love of English led her to find two new loves, Political Science and making the world a better place.
Nath earns GSA Grant and Outstanding Mention for Anthrax studyJuly 31, 2015
Nath's GSA proposal judged one of top ten out of 784, earns Outstanding Mention.
Dando receives NCGE Distinguished Teaching AwardJuly 31, 2015
Dr. Christina Dando receives the Distinguished Teaching in Higher Education Award from the National Council for Geographic Education.
Arts & Sciences Professors on CSPANJuly 09, 2015
Authors Mark Scherer and John Price are interviewed on BookTV.
Arts & Sciences Professors on CSPANJuly 07, 2015
Authors John Price and Mark Scherer are interviewed for BookTV.
Studying the Human-Animal BondJune 30, 2015
Have you ever wondered if your dog can pick up on your emotions? A recent study out of the UNO Neuroscience program suggests that the bond between humans and dogs is reflected in our hormones.
Online Master's Degree in Critical and Creative ThinkingJune 30, 2015
A new online Master's Degree in Critical and Creative Thinking launches Fall 2015.
Olree awarded Best Student Poster at GSA North-Central ConferenceMay 31, 2015
Liz Olree was awarded Best Student Poster for her research into Stratigraphic Analysis of Half-Grabens in the White River Group of NW South Dakota.
Digging history, traveling the worldMay 30, 2015
History major Shane Cavlovic follows his heart, exploring history through archaeology.
Obradovic earns best book award for Gender Integration in NATO Military ForcesMay 29, 2015
The European Research Group on Military and Society awards Dr. Obradovic's latest work best book award.
New LGBTQ/Sexuality Studies MinorMay 08, 2015
New Minor in LGBTQ/Sexuality Studies, an interdisciplinary field that examines the identities, experiences, and social positions of people often referred to as sexual minorities.
Battisti contributes to award-winning textbookMay 06, 2015
The anthology "Making Italian America: Consumer Culture and the Production of Ethnic Identities," which includes Battisti’s chapter titled "Italian Americans, Consumerism, and the Cold War in Transnational Perspective," wins 2015 Cawelti Award.
Undergraduate Achievement AwardsMay 06, 2015
Seventeen Arts & Sciences students are recognized with Undergraduate Achievement Awards a the 2015 Student Honors Convocation.
New Minor in Medical HumanitiesMay 06, 2015
New Minor in Medical Humanities, an interdisciplinary field that explores, from multiple perspectives, connections between humans, cultures, medicine and allied health sciences.
Savannah Hunter earns Senior Vice Chancellor's AwardMay 04, 2015
Savannah Hunter is recognized for outstanding academic achievement and contributions to the university and the community.
A&S faculty celebrate another year of excellenceMay 02, 2015
In addition to Rick Stasiak’s Outstanding Teacher Award, Arts & Sciences faculty garnered multiple accolades this year, from named chairs and professorships to special recognition for excellence in mentoring, service-learning, research, service, and teaching.
Tyler Herek awarded NSF Research FellowshipMay 01, 2015
Tyler Herek, a member of Dr. Christine Cutucache's lab, was recently awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.