Interdisciplinary Research Commons
The Interdisciplinary Research Commons is an initiative of the social sciences within the College of Arts & Sciences; however, we seek partnerships with other academic disciplines and organizations in providing instruction and support for UNO students and faculty in critical research tools and methodologies.
Starting in Spring 2017, we will offer classes, workshops, as well as individualized support in ASH 304, a thirty seat computer classroom.
Please check back for announcements of workshops.
A schedule of classes as well as open lab hours can be found here.
ASH 304 may be reserved for events that support the academic mission at UNO and that require a computer classroom. Please consult the calendar at the above link and then contact Joan Bell to request available times. Requests for reservations during times indicated as Open Lab hours will be considered but must be submitted at least one week prior to the date requested.
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