Two UNO Emergency Management students just experienced the trip of a lifetime while attending the Japan: Learning from Disasters Field Mission.
The Department of Gerontology is launching its new campaign, The Courage to Care, as a way to encourage prospective students and mid-career professionals to consider a future in aging.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Bachelor of General Studies is getting a new name. Beginning with the 2017 fall semester, the name of the degree is changing to the Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies.
In 2014, the AFL-CIO created a Commission on Racial and Economic Justice. It reported its finding earlier this year.
The Juvenile Justice Institute within the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice offers students an opportunity to advance research and translate it into practice.
John Bartle, CPACS dean, received the Administrative Leadership Honor at the annual meeting of AGHE.
Professor Justin Nix, currently an assistant professor at the University of Louisville, will join the faculty in UNOs School of Criminology and Criminal Justice in fall 2017.
Two alumnae of the Goodrich Scholarship Program are the recipients of the prestigious Fulbright Award.
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