IS&T Media Mentions
IS&T Media Mentions
- UNO Magazine covers IS&T's project with the DPAA that helps identify the remains of U.S. soldiers.
- UNO Magazine profiles IT Innovation alumni Rachel Ostrander Brownlee and her company MooManager, an agricultural software which provides ranch management software to cattle ranchers.
- Dr. Doug Derrick’s work with the Department of Defense highlighted during Nebraska University’s President’s Halftime Show
-MDJ Online covered a game that teaches programming to teenagers, and an envent which UNO graphics and gaming professor Dr. Brian Ricks spoke at.
-MSN covered the discovery of the remains of military servicemen from WWII with the help of an algorithm developed by the University of Nebraska-Omaha.
-University of Nebraska-Lincoln enginnering faculty Daniel Linzel and Chungwook Sim and UNO's Robin Gandhi join forces to innovate on the monitoring of rural bridges.
-UNO's The Gateway covered UNO student Ryan Ehrlich, who uses DNA to study infectious diseases.
-From WOWT News, victim of web development scam received help from UNO cyber security instructor Chris Danielsto to create her online business.
-KMTV News covered the GenCyber Camp at UNO.
-UNeMed covered UNO's capstone program working with UNMC investors to drive innovative IT solutions to some of the world's leading healthcare problems.
-Fox 42 News interviewed UNO Cybersecurity professor Dr. Matt Hale about how thieves can use bluetooth to hack your device.
-KIOS: UNO College of IS&T and the Department of Defence POW/MIA Accounting Agency collaborate to identiy the remains of WWII US military personnel.
-Today's Omaha Woman wrote an article about Shonna Dorsey, vice president of community engagement, marketing and member services at AIM Institute. Dorsey graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 2003 and a Master's in Management Information Systems in 2010 from UNO.
-Fox 42 News posted an article about protecting your cell-phone number. UNO Cybersecurity Professor Matt Hale provided expert insight.
-AIM Tech held an awards ceremony at the Omaha Design Center. UNO IS&T student Evan Welsh and IS&T educator Jeremy Harris Lipschultz were recognized.
-NCWIT Pacesetters interviewed Dr. Hesham Ali, Dean at UNO's college of IS&T, about the college's approach to advancing women in the field.
-KIOS News interviewed Assistant Professor of IS&T Dr. Matthew Hale about the importance of being careful on social media.
-UNO IS&T Professor Dr. George Grispos interviewed by KMTV News about the dangers of dating apps.
-For Cyber Security Awareness Month, KIOS interviewed Dr. Matthew Hale, Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity at UNO.
-UNO's Cybersecurity program was awarded National Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations by the National Security Agency.
-KVNO News interviewed Dr. Sajda Qureshi, Graduate Program Chair and Professor at UNO's college of IS&T.
-KIOS interviewed Dr. Deepak Kazanchi, Associate Dean of IS&T, about IS&T's workshop offerings.
-The Omaha World-Herald: ACI Worldwide held their Coding for Girls Camp at the Peter Kiewit Institue at UNO.
-The Omaha World-Herald: UNO pledged to add 80 credentialed K-12 computer science teachers in Nebraska and was applauded by the White House.
-KIOS covered IS&T's hosting of the 2016 International Conference on Web Intelligence and the International Conference on Brain Informatics & Health.
-KMTV News covered UNO's Techademy summer camp program, where students from the College of IS&T teach middle and highschool students about tech.
-KMTV News wrote about UNO's Codecrush program: a camp run by UNO's College of IS&T in which 8th and 9th grade girls learn about and create techology.
-WOWT 6 News highlighted UNO's Techademy summer camp for middle and high school students.
-The Omaha World-Herald posted an article about UNO Graduate Ebrahim Abdulsattar and his surrogate grandmother Ila Dean Horn.
-Military Times listed the top ten Cybersecurity programs, one of which is the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
- Associate Dean of UNO's College of IS&T, Deepak Khazanchi, wrote an opinion article for the Omaha World Herald about the IT talent gap.
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