College of Arts and Sciences News
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Arts & Sciences Virtual Seminar Series
Arts & Sciences Virtual Seminar Series is a monthly webinar series launched in Fall 2020.
New Study Suggests Athlete Activism Doesn’t Impact Performance
A new study from the UNO Department of Sociology and Anthropology shows athlete activism doesn’t impact performance.
Dawn Cripe Wins Lamanna Award for Excellence
The award honors Mary Ann Lamanna while recognizing other outstanding contributors whose service, teaching, and/or research continually energize and renew the Women’s and Gender Studies program.
UNO Team Awarded NSF Grant to Better Undergraduate STEM Education
A team composed of faculty and administrators at UNO was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support faculty teaching general education science, mathematics, and social science courses.
Tune in to Quarantining with OLLAS
While the world adapts to the situation driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the UNO community have stepped up in a variety of ways to engage with the campus and beyond.
When Women Won the Right to Vote: An American Fiction
Lisa Tetrault, Carnegie Mellon University, will serve as the 2020 Richard Dean Winchell Annual History Lecturer. The event will be held via webinar; Sept. 17.
Angelic Troublemakers and Immigration: How Faith Leaders Use Ritual as a Human Rights Tool
Prof. Najeeba Syeed will present "Angelic Troublemakers and Immigration: How Faith Leaders Use Ritual as a Human Rights Tool," as the 2020 Goldstein Lecture in Human Rights, held Sept. 24, 2020.
A&S Virtual Seminar Series: Understanding the Pandemic
The College of Arts and Sciences Virtual Seminar Series showcases the great work faculty, staff, and students are doing to address many of the critical challenges of our time; Sept. 23.