UNO’s cybersecurity program is like few others. It’s one of just 20 other institutions designated by the National Security Agency (NSA) as a national Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations. It’s not easy for universities to meet the rigorous criteria for the honor, but UNO made it happen.
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.
Techademy aims to show students at an early age the fun in IT. Students have the opportunity to participate in hands-on activities, while learning new concepts, tools, and skills.
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.
You don’t have to be a Silicon Valley insider to launch the next great idea. Students at the University of Nebraska have the drive and resources to make a big impact on the state. Students like Rachel Ostrander Brownlee.
More than 200 students from each of UNO's six colleges had the opportunity last week to showcase their hard work at the 2019 Student Research and Creative Activity Fair.
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.
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.
We're celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month this year by highlighting our amazing Latinx and Hispanic students. Check out our alumni and current student profiles to learn more about who they are and what led them to information technology.
Stephanie graduated with her bachelor's in Computer Science and works at Union Pacific. Read about how Stephanie found her path and went from student, to intern, to full-time employee.
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