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For the past seven years, the Juvenile Justice Institute has worked with University students to mentor the more than 200 youths coming out of a Nebraska Youth Rehabilitation & Treat Center annually.
In October 2018, Tara Richards participated in a congressional briefing on improving justice for women and girls.
In November, the Center for Public Affairs Research received a lot of media attention for their work with the Nebraska Legislative Planning Committee.
In August 2018, five representatives from Nebraska traveled to Norway representing the University of Nebraska at Omaha, NMCA, and their respective communities.
The Department of Gerontology is once again well-represented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.
Students in emergency management and disaster science recently presented valuable emergency preparedness information to a group of third graders at Seymour Elementary School.
The Grace Abbott School of Social Work is working to meet the growing demand for social workers in Nebraska by launching a fully online MSW in Fall 2019.
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