College of Information Science & Technology News
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
[Virtual] Werner Speaker Series: Pandemic-Driven Supply Chain Innovations
Join the UNO College of Information Science and Technology and the College of Business Administration in a discussion with Werner Enterprises about supply chain innovations that have been spurred on as a result of the pandemic; April 30.
Turning Lemons into Class Projects: How One IS&T Professor Created a Class Out of the Pandemic
A year into the pandemic, Victor Winter, Ph.D., talks about how he created an interactive class project to show students how data can be used to predict the way COVID-19 can spread.
Helping AP Computer Science Students Level-Up Their Game
Briana Morrison, Ph.D., answered an urgent call to help more students study for the AP Computer Science exams Exams virtually. Is this the start of a new way of engagement?
High School Students: Apply Today to Work With Machine Learning
High school students in 10th - 12th grade are welcome to apply to work with our faculty using machine learning and image data to study biofilm and materials informatics.
Research Experience for Middle and High School Teachers
Omaha area middle and high school teachers are welcome to apply for a 10-week long research program with our Computer Science department. This RET program will take place from May to July.
A Brighter Tomorrow: Looking Ahead to Fall 2021
In an email to the UNO community on Jan. 22, Chancellor Gold said: "I write you today confident that we will safely return to a new normal with vibrant in-person teaching, working, and learning operations beginning with the Fall 2021 semester."
Ph.D. Stories: One Student's Journey to Achieve His Goals
Abhishek Tripathi grew up in one of the world's oldest cities before enrolling at IS&T. His journey to launch his career began with a passion with higher education and a chance meeting halfway across the world.
Ph.D. Stories: A Drive To Do Research
Olimpiya Saha knew she needed to get more research under her belt before she could pursue her career in the tech industry. She found herself at IS&T, and on her way to her dream job.
Ph.D. Alumni Awarded Grant to Further Native American Owned Small Business Research
Dr. Jason Xiong, a 2016 Ph.D. in Information Technology graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) College of Information Science and Technology (IS&T), is one of 36 recipients of the 2017 Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award by Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU).