College of Public Affairs and Community Service News
Thursday, November 21, 2019
UNO Social Work Professor Sheds Light on Mental Health through Photos
UNO professor of Social Work is making strides against mental health stigmas with real-world photography.
UNO AAC Names Sara Martin Advisor of the Month
Sara Martin, academic advisor for the Aviation Program, was recently named October's “Awesome Advisor” by the Academic Advising Council (AAC).
I am the ROI: Garry Clark
Garry Clark's profile is part of the “I am the ROI” series, an introduction to alumni who are leaders, change makers and innovators.
Bryce Hoflund, Ph.D. Awarded Prestigious Endowed Chair Position
The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska Chair of Health Care Administration and Policy endowed chair allows for increased opportunities in the areas of food and health in teaching, research, and service.
UNO Aviation Students Recognized for Innovating, Improving Runway Safety
A team of aviation students from the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) was awarded first prize at a prestigious national aviation competition for designing a system that aims to reduce the threat of collisions on airport runways.
CPAR Continues Partnership on 2020 Census
It might seem a long way off, but the 2020 Census is now just around the corner. The UNO Center for Public Affairs Research continues to be a key partner with the U.S. Census Bureau to help promote the census in Nebraska.
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Graduates Two from its Doctoral Program
The UNO School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is pleased to announce that two of its doctoral candidates graduated in May 2019 and both have accepted teaching positions with leading universities.
Change of course at UNO helps Sherie make an impact
Lt. Sherie Thomas, with the Omaha Police Department, credits her education at the University of Nebraska at Omaha with helping her to bring change to her community.
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