This page is updated monthly and includes links to media mentions of UNO College of Business Administration students, faculty, alumni and events.
-CBA alumnus Ivan Gilreath, president and CEO of Boys and Girls Club of the Midlands, is interviewed by WOWT during a ribbon cutting for a new location in Millard.
-UNO’s Genius of Buffett course, scheduled Oct. 4–6, 2018, is mentioned in this World-Herald article.
-Dr. Adidam is interviewed by KETV about changes in shopping habits and the effect on malls and big box stores.
-The Omaha World-Herald reports that Omaha is ranked the best city for college graduates to start their careers, according to analysis by ZipRecruiter.
-CBA staff member Rick Yoder and the Nebraska Business Development Center are cited in the Fremont Tribune for their participation in the Cass County Green Business Project.
-The Grand Island Independent posted a short note about a local student who will be member a CBA’s Scholars Academy starting this fall.
-WOWT published a short note about a group of UNO students who traveled to Washington DC to present their social media campaign. The group is one of three finalists in the “Innovate Against Hate” campus challenge.
-NET Nebraska wrote up a story on a new collaboration between the NBDC and some UNO students. The NBDC received a grant from the Nebraska Environmental Trust to target chemicals released by common cleaners used in automotive shops.
-The World-Herald shared the campus update that former state tax commissioner and CBA alumnus Doug Ewald will serve as vice chancellor for business, finance and business development at UNO and UNMC.
-The University of Nebraska’s National Strategic Research Institute earned a new five-year $92 million contract, which will help position UNO as a national leader in research and development to combat terrorist groups and to keep the United States and its allies safe. Dr. Gina Ligon, associate professor of management, is a lead researcher for NSRI and spoke at the press conference in June. KETV and UNO reported.
-UNO’s MBA in Healthcare Administration is recognized as a top 10 most affordable program, according to Healthcare Administration Degree Programs.
-Rotella’s Italian Bakery, led by CBA alumnus Lou Rotella Jr., was added to the 2018 Sarpy County Business Hall of Fame.
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