College of Information Science & Technology News
Thursday, January 21, 2021
UNO Awarded $100K by Verizon to Expand Activities Designed to Build the Information Technology Workforce Pipeline
Funds will be used to build upon current programs and add a mentorship program for students underrepresented in the information technology workforce.
Nullify's High School Capture The Flag Cybersecurity Competition
IS&T’s Nullify Computer Security Group invites high schoolers to participate in the fast-paced, exciting virtual competition that will take your skills to the next level; register by Jan. 8.
Fall 2020 Operational Guidance
A summary from UNO Chancellor Jeffrey P Gold, M.D., and Interim Director of the Office of Health Security Jane Meza, of the important operational changes and policies that will be in place this fall.
The Maverick COVID Response
Stay informed about COVID-19 and learn ways to obtain a COVID test on and off campus.
Introducing: IS&T Academic and Professional Skills Resources for Students
At the College of Information Science and Technology, we know students have a lot on their plate: earning an internship, navigating schedules, studying, the list goes on. So IS&T has put together a list of resources so you can get the most out of your classes and start your careers.
IS&T Learning @ Home
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.
Local Nonprofit Faces COVID-19 Challenges Head-On Thanks to Partnership With UNO IS&T Students
A longstanding partnership with students in UNO's College of Information Science and Technology has helped a local nonprofit continue its mission despite challenges presented by COVID-19.
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.