UNO's reach extends beyond our campus and into our community, region, and the world.
Bethsaida Archaeology uncovers history through archaeological excavations. Since 1990, the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) has led a consortium of universities in excavating Bethsaida, an important city in biblical history located on the north shore of the Sea of Galilee.
Dr. Rami Arav, professor of religion and philosophy at UNO, re-discovered the site and identified it as Bethsaida in 1987.
Center for Afghanistan Studies
The Center for Afghanistan Studies at UNO is America’s primary cultural and scholarly link with the nation of Afghanistan.
The center works to empower Afghans to develop their economy and civil society, as well as to study and promote the uniquely beautiful cultures of Afghanistan.
Global Learning Community
Expand your horizons while studying at UNO. Join a community of more than 10 different countries and engage in activities to learn about unique, diverse cultures from around the globe.
You can serve as an ambassador of your culture and assist with planning programs and events that interest you.
Service Learning Projects
UNO students participate in multiple service learning projects throughout the year.
International students at UNO are no exception.
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