College of Arts and Sciences News
Thursday, April 09, 2020
Opportunities to Explore Art and Humanities from Home
In the period of social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, here are a few ways to tap into virtual programming and humanities events from the comfort of your home.
New Study Finds Nutrient Concentrations in U.S. Waterways Are Too High
In a new study published in Ecological Applications, UNO professor David Manning, with other researchers, analyzed data to better understand nutrient transport in streams and rivers across the United States.
Using Life's Challenges to Help Students Find Life's Rewards
Kathy Radosta's experiences of loss and seizing opportunities have helped her become a 'mom' to hundreds of UNO students, ready support them at any turn as they complete their degree.
UNO Biologist Recognized with Prestigious NSF CAREER Award
The program that recognizes early-career faculty will support assistant professor Ryan Wong’s research on the dynamics between stress; the brain; and learning and memory.
John Kerry, Chuck Hagel Discuss Global Leadership at UNO Forum
The former U.S. Secretaries of State and Defense provided guidance and perspectives on current issues that will become challenges for tomorrow's leaders.
ONLINE: Sikh Teachings and Interreligious Dialogue in Time of Pandemic
Given the campus guidelines in response to COVID-19, this event has moved to an online format. We are welcoming Dr. Singh to present this topic in a virtual space on April 16.
UPDATE: 2020 Brooks Lecture: Shoah through Muslim Eyes
Dr. Mehnaz Afridi of Manhattan College will discuss her book, "Shoah through Muslim Eyes," at the annual Rabbi Sidney and Jane Brooks Lecture Series on April 21, 2020.
CANCELED: International Studies Open House and Networking Event
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, on- and off-campus university sponsored events that involve more than 20 people, or use more than one-third of the venue’s capacity, are postponed or cancelled effective immediately through the end of the Spring 2020 semester.