The U.S. Constitution requires a census of America’s population each decade. Two events sponsored by the Center for Public Affairs Research will help local communities prepare for the 2020 Census.
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.
The Division of Continuing Studies is honored and proud to announce the establishment of the Dr. Larry D. Winkler Memorial Scholarship.
NASA Nebraska Space Grant was recently approved for FY 2017 funding to continue promoting aerospace research, education, and outreach at 11 higher education institutions across Nebraska.
With its mission to develop innovative theory and practice to advance good digital governance globally, the Global Digital Governance Lab (GDGL) has its sights set on the future.
Staff from the Center for Public Affairs Research, alongside partners from the Nebraska Safety Center, officially kicked off a unique five-year partnership intended to improve and promote public transit across Nebraska.
The William Brennan Institute for Labor Studies conducted its 18th Annual Promoting the General Welfare conference at the Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center on March 11, 2017.
The Aviation Institute welcomed a new faculty member in January. Ryan Guthridge joined the Aviation Institute as its Chief Ground Instructor.
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