2019 News Release Archive
Graduate School WebinarMarch 01, 2019
What's next? Wondering if graduate school is for you? Talk directly with an advisor right from the comfort of your own office chair as we dive into the benefits of earning a graduate degree.
IS&T's Summer High School Internship Program: Apply Today!February 25, 2019
Get research experience before you even graduate high school. Our High School Internship Program is designed to help you define what you love about information technology.
We're Hiring! Associate/Full Professor Biomedical InformaticsFebruary 21, 2019
The School of Interdisciplinary Informatics is looking for a tenure track Associate/Full Professor position in Biomedical Informatics with an emphasis in Bioinformatics/Computational Biology.
Alumni Highlight: Nicholas RichmanJanuary 30, 2019
Meet Nicholas! A 2018 computer science graduate, he has some awesome advice to give any student going through our programs. From joining student organizations to checking out the IS&T career fairs, Nicholas talks about how IS&T set him up for success in his career.
From the Ivory Coast, Three Brothers Find a Home at UNOJanuary 28, 2019
Inspired by their uncle who graduated over a decade ago from UNO, three brothers from the Ivory Coast moved half a world away to major in computer science at IS&T.
Honoring the FallenJanuary 28, 2019
IS&T built software system helps identify the remains of U.S. soldiers in a partnership with the DPAA.
Meet Leann, Executive Masters Degree AlumniJanuary 23, 2019
At the start of 2019, we know you have some big goals on your list you want to achieve. Our Executive Master of Science in Information Technology is here to help you accomplish your career aspirations. Wondering what our new degree is all about? Check out one recent graduate's story.
Meet Bob Merkley, Executive Master's GraduateJanuary 14, 2019
So, what's next? At the start of 2019, we know you have some big goals on your list you want to achieve. Our Executive Master of Science in Information Technology is here to help you accomplish your career aspirations. Wondering what our new degree is all about? Check out one recent graduate's story.
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