College of Arts and Sciences News
Sunday, November 17, 2019
Daniel Wildcat talks about the Legacy of Vine Deloria, Jr.
Professor Daniel R. Wildcat (Yuchee Creek) presents the Annual Richard Dean Winchell Lecture on "The Indigenous Human Rights Legacy of the Late Vine Deloria, Jr." Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 6:30 p.m. in the Milo Bail Student Center Ballroom.
College of Arts and Sciences to Honor Five Outstanding Alumni
Alumni were chosen for their outstanding early and mid-career contributions to their respective fields; Oct. 11.
Psychology major Nadine Maliakkal awarded Presidential Graduate Fellowship
University of Nebraska Interim President Susan Fritz has announced the six recipients of 2019-20 Presidential Graduate Fellowships.
Center for Health Humanities: a UNO and UNMC Collaboration
A celebration of the establishment of the Kooser Health Humanities Center, a University of Nebraska Omaha and University of Nebraska Medical Center partnership, was held August 7 at the Buffet Cancer Center - University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Biology and Neuroscience major earns prestigious NSF Graduate Fellowship
Sustainability Speaker Series features Penny Sackett
Physics alum and internationally known physicist and astronomer Penny Sackett presents “Living as if we have a future on this Earth."
Love Your Major
Alex Bauer advises "Get Involved."
International Studies major Alexandra Bauer seeks a broader, more flexible experience.
Digging history, traveling the world
History major Shane Cavlovic follows his heart, exploring history through archaeology.
Sapphire Andersen pursues multiple passions
Sapphire's love of English led her to find two new loves, Political Science and making the world a better place.