Remembering Our Fallen
In coordination with UNO’s Tribute to the Fallen event, the College of Business Administration will host a special photo display depicting the hundreds of fallen native Nebraskans.
The display, “Remembering Our Fallen” is part of a nation-wide effort, launched in 2010 by Nebraska residents Bill and Evonne Williams, to recognize the sacrifices of service men and women from around the country.
See the display in Mammel Hall on the UNO Scott Campus Monday, April 24–Wednesday, April 26.
Recognition for Supporting Veterans
Mammel Hall is home to UNO’s College of Business Administration, which has been ranked as the best business college in the country for military and veteran students by Military Times two years in a row.
UNO as also been identified as a Top 10 university for military and veteran services by Military Times in each of the last eight years.
As one of the first universities to participate in the Post-World War II veteran education program known as the “Bootstrapper” program and one of the first universities in the nation to establish an Air Force ROTC program, UNO’s commitment to military and veteran students is decades old.
UNO also offers a satellite location at the Offutt Air Force Base and has been involved in numerous partnerships with organizations such as USSTRATCOM and the Department of Defense to help conduct research in counterterrorism as well as provide masters-level education to civilian employees.
For more information on how UNO’s efforts to provide support to military and veteran students, please visit military.unomaha.edu.
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