International Programs News
Friday, August 19, 2022
Grant Brings Pakistani English Teachers to UNO
UNO’s International Program’s Center for Afghanistan Studies hosted 48 Pakistani English teachers for a six-week teacher training and cultural exchange program. The participants from five different provinces in Pakistan came to Omaha in two separate cohorts spanning from Spring to Summer 2022.
YSEALI @ UNO: Catching Up With the May Cohort
The Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Institute on Civic Engagement at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) hosted 20 young leaders from Southeast Asia in May 2022.
Reflection One Year After Graduation
Alexia Mickles graduated from UNO in the spring of 2021 with an International Studies major, English and Political Science minors, and a TESOL certification. A Susan Thompson Buffett Scholar, Mickles studied abroad at Yeungnam University in South Korea for her fall 2019 semester. One year later, Alexia has reflected on the past 12 months and how her experiences at UNO lead her down a unique path. Her thoughts are shared here.
UNO Joins the National Student Exchange
UNO is now a member of the National Student Exchange, a consortium of over 170 universities in the United States and Canada. Mavericks will be able to spend a semester or academic year studying on exchange at institutions throughout the US while paying their regular UNO tuition.
YSEALI Spring Picnic
The Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Institute on Civic Engagement at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) invites you to join us at the Elmwood Park Pavilion on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 from 12:00PM to 2:00PM CDT for a free picnic lunch.
Ambassadors Forum Provides Insight into Africa's Role in the Contemporary World
Burlington Capital International, University of Nebraska at Omaha’s International Programs, and University of Nebraska Lincoln welcomed three former U.S. Ambassadors to the UNO campus on October 25th and the UNL campus on October 26th for the 10th annual Nebraska Ambassadors Forum.
$4 Million Grant to UNO Brings Young Southeast Asian Leaders to the U.S.
The mission of the intensive, short-term exchange program is to provide participants with civic engagement, leadership and collaboration skills; cultivate an understanding of American culture, values, and institutions; and foster relations between the U.S. and Southeast Asian nations. The State Department’s Educational and Cultural Affairs Bureau oversees YSEALI and other international exchanges.