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Jack & Stephanie Koraleski Commerce and Applied Behavioral Laboratory

  • The deadline for completing research studies is December 4th at 5:00 PM. Please complete necessary studies by this time to receive credit.

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  • Dr. Gina Ligon

    UNO has been selected by the Department of Homeland Security to oversee a counter-terrorism and terrorism prevention research center. The 10 Year grant awards $36.5 million setting a UNO record.

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    Department of Homeland Security press release in regards to selecting UNO.

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    Click on the link below to watch a short video about UNO overseeing Counterterrorism, Terrorism Prevention Research.

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  • A four-year project undertaken by a multidisciplinary team of faculty and student researchers in has simplified and improved the software used by Union Pacific Corporation in its revenue collection processes. Researchers studied eye-tracking and facial expression technology for much of their data.

    The eyes have it in this CAB Lab project

  • Professors Dr. Gina Ligon and Dr. Leif Lundmark were featured on the Memorial Stadium big screen in Lincoln in recognition of their contributions to the University of Nebraska‚Äôs reputation in national security research. Ligon and Lundmark are shown at work in the CAB Lab, where UNO has the unique privilege of working with government organizations in counterterrorism efforts.

    Research With Impact

Providing multi-disciplinary research support to UNO's College of Business Administration, regional businesses and the nonprofit community

The Jack & Stephanie Koraleski Commerce and Applied Behavioral Laboratory (CAB Lab) is a state-of-the-art research facility that enables diverse experimental research with immense practical implications.

Conceived by a group of visionary researchers across multiple disciplines at UNO, the Koraleski CAB Lab provides researchers with the tools to capture and analyze rich neuro-physiological data by combining eye-tracking, pupil dilation, facial expression, skin conductance (GSR) and electroencephalography (EEG). The lab also features a mobile component, which can be used in field research. This combination of technologies is rare among business schools.