College of Information Science & Technology News
Saturday, July 04, 2020
IS&T Launches iSTEM Virtual Toolbox
UNO's College of Information Science and Technology is creating a virtual toolbox for iSTEM activities, available free for all to use.
Over the Moon: Brian Hawkins Launches into NASA
IS&T computer science graduate student scores an internship at NASA this summer.
#BullThrough Hate: A Message From University Communications Executive Director Makayla McMorris
It is incumbent upon us as Maverick researchers, educators, scholars, support staff, alumni, and lifelong learners to do our part to eliminate racism, bigotry, bias, prejudice, and hate within our halls and in the broader Omaha community.
A Message From Chancellor Gold
The events of the past week and recent decision from the Douglas County Attorney have left many of our students, faculty and staff frustrated, confused, angry, and in search of a path forward.
NU COVID-19 Screening App Available for Android and iOS
UNMC, in collaboration with students from UNO, launched a groundbreaking mobile app this April to screen large groups of individuals who are concerned that they may have COVID-19.
Scholarship Spotlight: IS&T's JumpStart Scholarship
With life circumstances and financial needs shifting, IS&T is offering a JumpStart Scholarship to encourage new IS&T graduate applicants to continue on with their studies.
IS&T Learning @ Home
Learning @ Home: Dr. Kate Cooper
College of Information Science and Technology professor Kate Cooper, Ph.D., discusses her transition to online teaching, tools she utilizes and her investment in student success.
Innovation Goes Virtual
When the University of Nebraska at Omaha transitioned to remote learning, it was obvious that classrooms on campus had to change. But what was not quite so clear was how to transition the College of Information Science and Technology’s (IS&T) outreach programs, and which ones should make the switch. The IT Innovation Cup was one of the first programs to move to a virtual experience.
IS&T Learning @ Home: Grace Maline and Kaitlyn Baysa
Before the transition to remote learning, Grace and Kaitlyn were roommates working through their junior year as expected. A week into remote learning, they have some advice for students on staying accountable to keep learning.