2018 News Release Archive
Cybersecurity Camp Returns for Third YearJune 04, 2018
For the third consecutive year, a cybersecurity camp, called Nebraska GenCyber (NGC), will introduce Omaha-area students and teachers to the fast-growing field; June 18 - 29.
Spring 2018 CommencementMay 30, 2018
Some of our favorite pictures from the Spring 2018 Commencement!
Alumni Highlight: Brittny EscamillaMay 30, 2018
Brittny's had quite the path to UNO: a California native, this veteran of the U.S. Army found IS&T through reading a chance article in the military news. Learn more about her, and how majoring in MIS, helped change her career trajectory.
UNO Students to Visit Partner University in IndiaMay 18, 2018
For 10 days, UNO students and staff were fully immersed in Indian culture and education.
Dasgupta to be Honored by the Millard Public Schools Foundation Hall of Fame as a Community BoosterMay 09, 2018
Alumni Highlight: Jessica Zhang, Marketing Analytics at SlackApril 27, 2018
MS in MIS alumni Jessica Zhang will be joining us as a keynote speaker for our CodeCrush Summit! Get to know more about her awesome career, some stellar advice for others who want to follow in her footsteps, and how IS&T helped her reach her new goals.
Alumni Highlight: Jay AustinFebruary 16, 2018
Q&A with alumni Jay Austin: DICE Analytics Lead for the Battlefield Franchise.
Student Highlight: Kerolos LotfyFebruary 16, 2018
Q&A with Masters of Science in Cybersecurity student Kerolos Lotfy. Find out how IS&T has helped push his career forward, and why he loves learning more about how cybersecurity works.
High School InternshipsFebruary 06, 2018
The University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Information Science and Technology's Summer High School Internship Program will give you an innovative, hands-on experience directly in our labs. Applications due March 31st.
UNO Named Top Public University for Military, Veteran Students Studying CybersecurityFebruary 05, 2018
A new ranking has identified the University of Nebraska at Omaha as the top public university for military and veteran students hoping to pursue a degree in cybersecurity.
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