News Release Archive
Roni Reiter-Palmon, Ph.D. Elected to American Psychological Association Leadership PositionJune 28, 2022
Roni Reiter-Palmon, Ph.D., Director of the I/O Psychology graduate program at UNO and Director of Innovation for the Center for Collaboration Science, has been elected president of Division 10 of the American Psychological Association.
UNO Biophysicist Receives Grant to Study Nanomaterials with Medical ApplicationsJune 20, 2022
UNO biophysicist Alexey Krasnoslobodtsev, Ph.D., in collaboration with colleagues, was awarded an $814,324 grant from the National Science Foundation to study a new class of biomaterials that respond to external stimuli and to develop Nebraska’s growing biotechnology workforce.
Exploring Human Rights via MusicJune 20, 2022
Mia Bourek, a recent M.A. of Sociology graduate, was inspired by human rights coursework and the art of Holocaust survivor Samuel Bak to write and record an album on human rights topics.
Remembering Dr. James Fawcett: From Talented Clarinetist to Noted HerpetologistJune 13, 2022
James D. Fawcett, a respected researcher and Associate Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biology at UNO, passed away in early 2020, but his legacy lives on in his home country of New Zealand and beyond.
Inside Higher Ed Features | From Undeclared to ExplorerJune 13, 2022
Inside Higher Ed featured UNO's Exploratory Studies program, which is an effort to help UNO students find their academic path and succeed in pursuing it.
UNO’s Goldstein Center for Human Rights is Excited to Sponsor the Document Our History PodcastJune 01, 2022
A Nigerian feminist, compere, and advocate for human rights has started a podcast to tell the stories of survivors and victims of sexual and gender-based violence and help connect them with resources to heal from the physical and psychological abuses they have experienced.