College of Information Science & Technology News
Thursday, January 27, 2022
2020 IS&T Points of Pride
In an uncertain year, one thing remained steadfast: IS&T's commitment to delivering high-quality information technology education to students of all ages. Our research opportunities grew, we doubled down on our commitment to community service, and we got to do some pretty cool stuff.
Access the Experts: Sachin Pawaskar
In this installment, Pawaskar answers: “What is being done to identify human remains of missing soldiers?”
Joanne Li Confirmed as UNO Chancellor; Will Assume Role July 1
In a historic appointment, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents today unanimously confirmed Joanne Li, Ph.D., CFA, as the 16th chancellor of the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
UNO Returning to Traditional Operations for Fall 2021
Leadership from the UNO campus has announced plans to return to traditional operations for the Fall 2021 semester, which includes campus teaching, working, and learning activities, as well as on-campus events.
New UNO Campus Mask Guidance
All UNO students, faculty, staff, and guests will be required to wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status, effective Aug. 25, 2021.
Access the Experts with IS&T
Access the Experts: Robin Gandhi
In this installment, Gandhi answers: "What is ransomware and how does it work?"
Access the Experts: Magie Hall
In this installment, Hall answers: “How does the order in which information is consumed across websites impact what a person sees next?”
Access the Experts: Matt Hale
In this installment, Hale answers: “What makes someone vulnerable to spam and phishing attacks?”
IS&T In the News
- UNO researchers work with Sarpy County to study violence prevention
- NCITE to Study Terrorism, Targeted Violence Prevention Using Chatbots
- MIT Technology Review: How a College Kid Made His Honda Civic Self-Driving for $700
- UNO Software Helps ID Remains Of Missing U.S. Service Members
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