2019 News Release Archive
11th Annual Gildersleeve Know Your World LectureNovember 20, 2019
Omar Torres Fernández, Dean of International Business at Universidad Anáhuac Xalapa presents: Sustainable Development Goals for Higher Education: Universidad Anáhuac Xalapa; Nov. 20.
Faculty-Led Program Deadlines Approaching - Apply Now!November 05, 2019
Are you thinking about what classes you want to take next semester? Have you thought about how your major works on a global perspective?
Join us for Café Internationale, Nov. 21November 21, 2019
Our annual International Programs Open House, in celebration of International Education Week.
Dombeck, A Double Major In Black Studies & Sociology Reminisces On Her Nene Field Ambassador ScholarshipOctober 29, 2019
As a double major in Black Studies and Sociology, Clarice Dombeck felt like everything aligned perfectly when she was awarded the 2019 Nene Field Ambassador Scholarship to travel to Dakar, Senegal.
Advancing the Frontiers of Public Tertiary Education ConferenceOctober 03, 2019
UNO's International Programs unit hosted the one-week conference for academic leaders from five institutions of higher education in Nigeria.
IPD Program trains faculty from Hainan Medical UniversitySeptember 19, 2019
Faculty enjoyed professional training, research, and cultural excursions through UNO's International Professionals Development Program.
Center for Afghanistan Studies expands reach across Central AsiaSeptember 18, 2019
New projects and connections led by the efforts of Center Director Sher Jan Ahmadzai have impacts in Afghanistan and beyond.
ILUNO Program welcomes six FulbrightersSeptember 18, 2019
Students from around the globe study Intensive Language at UNO thanks to the Fulbright Program.
2019 Study Abroad FairSeptember 18, 2019
Challenge yourself in a brand new way by studying abroad! With over 1,000 study abroad options, Education Abroad can help you take your education global.
Students from Shizuoka, Japan embark on 40th Anniversary TourAugust 15, 2019
The group will spend two weeks practicing English, touring Omaha, staying with host families, and touring Western Nebraska and South Dakota.
UNO Welcomes Chinese Students from GCCJuly 15, 2019
A dual degree program between UNO and Guangzhou College of Commerce launches this summer and fall.
UNO Environmental Science Junior receives Gilman Scholarship to study in the NetherlandsJuly 05, 2019
Delia Hill has high hopes to change the development of urban planning in Omaha with the help of her study abroad experience in the Netherlands and the Benjamin A. Gilman scholarship.
UNO Business Administration student is awarded prestigious fellowshipJune 05, 2019
Studying abroad has a reputation for being life-changing, to the point where it impacts students desire to go abroad again. For Kelsey Nekl, this couldn’t be truer.
University of Nebraska Releases 2019 Global Engagement ReportApril 30, 2019
The University of Nebraska's 2019 Global Engagement report highlights the work of faculty, alumni and programs across the University's four campuses.
Trio of UNO Students Selected as Fulbright RecipientsApril 30, 2019
Gabriela Amador (College of Education), Paige Cody (Arts and Sciences) and Samantha Sack (College of Arts and Sciences / College of Education) will spent the next academic year as teaching assistants in Spain, Taiwan and Peru.
Applications for 2019-2020 Global Diplomats Now OpenApril 09, 2019
Interested in meeting international students and learning about other cultures? Apply to be a global diplomat!
UNO Studio Art student receives Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study abroadApril 08, 2019
Getting an education abroad is an important decision to make, especially when navigating program options and finances. However, Kyliesha Peak is living proof that despite out of control circumstances, going abroad can be possible for anyone.
Workshops on Intercultural Learning in Education Abroad hosted by University of NebraskaApril 11, 2019
Research on education abroad demonstrates the central role of ‘cultural mentoring’ to help students develop intercultural awareness and competence, especially as they study and live in increasingly diverse environments, and engage in the global workplace after graduation.
UNO alumnus receives scholarship for Japanese graduate programFebruary 27, 2019
As Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Life is a journey, not a destination.” For Jorge Nieto, this quote rings particularly true when reflecting on his path to academic success.
Meet a Career DiplomatFebruary 25, 2019
Annie Pforzheimer, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs, will talk to students about her experiences in the Foreign Services on February 25.
Open HouseJanuary 25, 2019
Still considering adding studying abroad to your academic career? Whether you want to go abroad for two weeks on a faculty-led program with fellow UNO students or adventure independently for an entire academic year (or anything in-between), we have the right option for you.