The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is pleased to announce that six doctoral candidates graduating this spring or summer have accepted faculty positions with leading universities throughout the United States.
CPAR is developing a series of interactive dashboards that allow users to explore the data through the manipulation of charts and maps.
The William Brennan Institute for Labor Studies is collaborating with Metropolitan Community College and Labor United, Inc., to offer non-credit education on the history of organized labor's contributions to humanizing the modern employment relationship to students enrolled in classes at MCC's new Construction Education Center.
The inaugural Women and Public Policy Week brings together the voices and expertise of UNO faculty, staff, students, community partners, and policymakers to discuss issues related to women and public policy across the city, state, and nation.
DC Student Ambassadors are hosting an Alumni Networking Event and Silent Auction to raise money for DCS students.
The Juvenile Justice Institute in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice began the Juvenile Reentry Mentoring program in 2012. Aside from promoting positive outcomes for juveniles, the course is a unique professional development experience for students.
The Department of Gerontology is offering the popular lecture series, “Begin With the End in Mind" in Spring 2018. Check out the list of topics, save the dates, and reserve your seat today.
Amy Anderson, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, and her colleagues, used data from four decades of the General Social Survey to find what is driving support and opposition to the death penalty. They found that age, race, politics and religion influence opinions about the death penalty, but that these may not have the effect you expect.
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