This spring, the Sam and Frances Fried Holocaust and Genocide Academy at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is partnering with Yahad-In Unum (Together in One), an international anti-genocide, non-governmental organization, to draw attention to an often overlooked historical tragedy.
Chelsi Marolf, biology grad student, is featured in The Gateway for her research on pregnancies of African elephants.
Chris Moore, Associate Professor of Physics and George Haddix Community Chair of Science, recently published his second book Teaching Science Thinking: Using Scientific Reasoning in the Classroom.
"I am thrilled to have been awarded the Presidential Fellowship. It feels good to represent UNO's College of Arts and Sciences on a university system-wide level, and I can only hope that I do the University of Nebraska justice!" says Sundberg.
Kent Blansett, History, recently published the first book-length biography of Richard Oakes, a Red Power activist of the 1960s who was a leader in the Alcatraz takeover and the Red Power Indigenous rights movement. The book is titled "A Journey to Freedom: Richard Oakes, Alcatraz, and the Red Power Movement."
The research of Professor Roni Reiter-Palmon and doctoral student Vignesh Raj Murugavel was recently featured in a Psychology Today blog.
The inaugural Chuck Hagel Symposium in Public Service was held last March 23rd and the second on October 17, 2018. Hundreds of local high school students engaged with university and community professionals.
International Studies major Alexandra Bauer seeks a broader, more flexible experience.
History major Shane Cavlovic follows his heart, exploring history through archaeology.
Sapphire's love of English led her to find two new loves, Political Science and making the world a better place.
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