The Nebraska Certified Public Manager Program is now accepting applications for 2019 | deadline December 15.
Students in emergency management and disaster science recently presented valuable emergency preparedness information to a group of third graders at Seymour Elementary School.
The American Society of Criminology Division of Policing has awarded Professor Samuel Walker, Ph.D., with its 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award. Walker is an Emeritus Professor with the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. The award recognizes lifetime scholarly achievement in the field of policing, particularly for the body of research developed over one’s career.
The Association for Budgeting and Financial Management has awarded Carol Ebdon, Ph.D., the 2018 Paul Posner Pracademic Award, honoring her lifetime achievement in the field.
The Nebraska Center for Justice Research recently published a report on a program evaluation of the Moral Reconation Therapy program used by the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services. One goal of the evaluation project was to determine whether participation in MRT reduced institutional rule violations and recidivism once released on parole.
Empowering future leaders, fostering inclusive collaboration, creating innovative solutions—the mission of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service—shines through to three faculty and staff members as they take on new leadership roles on campus.
The Certificate in Emerging Nonprofit Leadership helps potential leaders develop and hone their managerial and leadership skills as they prepare to take on high level leadership responsibilities.
In a cooperative program with Metropolitan Community College, the William Brennan Institute for Labor Studies is offering non-credit classes for the general public about organized labor: why it exists, what it does, and how it achieves its goals.
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