Sister Rosemary Arrah, a College of Education alumna, has spent the last five years working with UNO students to provide books to youth in her native Cameroon.
Five years in and the Eureka! STEM education partnership between UNO, the College of Education, and Girls Inc. of Omaha is stronger than ever.
Jeffrey Kaipust, Building Coordinator for the Biomechanics Research Building, is the recipient for this year's Employee of the Year Award.
It may only be in its second year, but the Human Movement and Variability Conference continues to grow.
The School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) is changing its name to the School of Health and Kinesiology (H&K) beginning fall semester
Derrick Nero, K-12 Engineering Education Instructor, discusses the importance of STEM education and reaching underrepresented student groups
Sandra Rodríguez-Arroyo, assistant professor of Teacher Education, discusses the importance of readying future educators for teaching English language learners
Danae Dinkel, assistant professor in UNO's School of Health & Kinesiology, discusses her research on girls' physical activity.
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