Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center News
Thursday, November 21, 2019
Curious People, Using the Theory of Synectics to Make Meaningful Connections
Are you curious about making meaningful connections? Find out how LaTrina Hall, Ph.D., uses Synectics to connect with others, Jan. 27, 2020.
2020 Newman Civic Fellowship
Now accepting nominations for the 2020 Newman Civic Fellowship. Nominations are specific to UNO students who are community-driven and due by Dec. 4, 2019.
Future Women Leaders in Omaha Inspired to Run for Political Office
This October, the League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha partnered with UNO faculty member Rita Shaughnessy’s Honors Public Speaking course and UNO Service Learning Academy to host the 7th biannual Running and Winning workshop.
Education Rights and Disability Rights Continuing Education
A series of sessions to provide an understanding of special education law and its proper practice, Dec. 10, 2019.
Curious People Series, Information and Speakers
General information about the Curious People Series events, including an online request form for UNO faculty interested in speaking at future series events.
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Looking for community engagement resources at UNO?
Check out UNO's Community Engagement Roadmap. This online tool, organized by audience, connects you to different campus resources that start, enhance, and promote meaningful community engagement and outreach.
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