College of Information Science & Technology News
Saturday, May 15, 2021
Finding the Strength to Succeed: May 2021 Student Commencement Stories
Learn how nine of UNO’s May 2021 graduates found the strength to succeed.
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.
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.
COVID-19 Updates, Reminders for Summer 2021
With the end of the Spring 2021 semester approaching, please make sure to stay up to date on the latest health and safety guidance from the Office of Health Security.
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: From Web Programmer to Department Chair, How the Ph.D. Program Changed the Life of One Alumni
Alanah Mitchell was working at an e-Commerce company and earning her master’s degree when a door opened to a world she didn’t know existed.
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.