At last weekend's National Dance Alliance Championships, the UNO Maverick Dance Team scored its highest finish ever by placing fifth
UNO will raise awareness for environmental friendliness and sustainability from Saturday, April 19 through Friday, April 25
The newest and biggest addition to UNO's community engagement efforts will be formally dedicated today
On April 17, the Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center was officially dedicated along with a new resource center and endowed directorship
The Brooklyn-Based "PROJECT Trio" will be on the UNO campus on Saturday, April 19 for a special performance
A yearly tradition of celebrating the cultural heritage of Native Americans is returning to the UNO campus
Two UNO student groups, Women in Stem Education and NE STEM 4U, are hosting a STEM Field Day on April 19
A report from students and faculty from UNO's Grace Abbott School of Social Work discusses the facts and addresses the myths of hoarding disorder
MavForensics, UNO's competitive speech team once again ended the year in the top ten of the nation while senior QueenTara Pimentel earned an individual national championship in Poetry
Students from high schools across Omaha will be competing for prizes during UNO's second annual IT Innovation Cup
More than 400 high school students will be on the UNO campus Friday, April 11, for the second annual Calculus Bee.
Volunteers from UNO will join volunteers from Crete Elementary, Norris Elementary, Western Hills and Dundee Elementary on April 11 and 12 for Global Youth Service Day
Five former American ambassadors to Asia and the Middle East will be at UNO April 7 for a special forum on the future of United States relations with one of the world’s most contentious regions.
The Gateway, UNO's student newspaper for a century, is holding a special celebration in honor of the paper's staff - past and present
After 36 years at UNO, Director of Bands Jim Saker is retiring. The Department of Music is hosting a weekend of events in his honor
UNO's 2013 Putnam team placed 49th out of 557 competing institutions from across the U.S. and Canada.
Seven small businesses were awarded honors by the Nebraska Business Development Center for their contributions to the Nebraska economy
Scholars from around the world will be attending and presenting at the inaugural Jewish Religious & Philosophical Ethics Symposium this April
Researchers from the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Center for Public Affairs Research are launching a new survey to gauge metro area residents' perceptions of their social wellbeing
The work of 46 graduating seniors will be on display on the UNO campus beginning Sunday, April 13
Now in its 26th year, the Nebraska Geographic Bee competition will be held on the UNO campus on Friday, April 4.
Kirk Emmert, current mayor of Gambier, Ohio, and professor emeritus of political science at Kenyon College, is this year's speaker at the UNO Department of Political Science's annual Kirwan Lecture.
The Midwest regional conference for the national Collegiate Entrepreneur’s Organization will be held at UNO from Friday, April 4, through Saturday, April 5
UNO's Office of Latino/Latin American Studies (OLLAS) has launched a report today that uses US Census data to examine the impact of Latino-owned businesses across the state of Nebraska
UNO's Teresa Lamsam is launching a website dedicated to health and wellness news affecting Native American populations
P-16 Service Learning Project up-cycles Goodwill clothing into new fashions
Five students will present three projects designed to positively change the world at this year's Clinton Global Initiative University Conference
At its March 21 meeting, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents will consider the appointment of James Linder, M.D., of Omaha, as interim president of the university, effective May 3, 2014
Win the chance for free admission to the UNO College of Business Administration's Genius of Warren Buffett course
Stop by and tie-dye your favorite white clothing item in the Pep Bowl
UNO senior Beth Fetzer and UNO alumnus Maxwell Virus are two of just 10 students worldwide being flown to a German neuroscience conference this month
Now in its 12th year, UNO's annual Seven Days of Service is bringing together more than 1,500 volunteers to give back to the community
Sr. Vice Chancellor B.J. Reed was named recently to the inaugural Board of Directors of the Association of Chief Academic Officers, ACAO.
Members of the business community looking to expand their knowledge or employment marketability in the area of sustainability are invited to attend two Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC) credentialing seminars at UNO March and April.
On Friday, April 4, UNO will welcome internationally known Indian musicians the Lalgudi Duo to the Strauss Performing Arts Center.
Winona LaDuke, an internationally recognized Native American activist will speak at this year's UNO Goldstein Lecture on Tuesday, March 18.
UNO has joined more than 160 higher education institutions as part of the Institute of International Education (IIE)’s Generation Study Abroad initiative.
UNO is teaming with Millard Horizon High School for a service-learning project aimed at teaching elementary students how to prevent bullying
More than 200 research projects will be on display Friday, March 7 at UNO’s Sixth Annual Student Research and Creative Activity Fair.
Dr. Azizah al-Hibri will present on women's rights and the Quran on Thursday, March 6
Ten local artists will showcase their work at the UNO Criss Library beginning March 1
Dr. David Helm's "Art in Public Places" course will be displaying artistically designed street signs on campus Monday, Feb. 24
UNO Prof. Waitman Beorn will discuss his book "Marching Into Darkness," and the role of the Germany army during the Holocaust on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
The 42nd Annual UNO Great Plains Jazz Festival runs Friday, Feb. 21 through Saturday, Feb. 22
Beginning in 2014, UNO has joined the Clinton Global Initiative University network of colleges and universities, the first to do so in Nebraska.
UNO’s Native American Studies Program Among UNO’s most diverse offerings
Help the Mavs secure home ice!
The UNO Art and Art History's Student Juried Art Exhibition returns for Spring 2014 on Feb. 28
More than 1,200 earned degrees from UNO at the December 21 ceremonies
Neighborhoods in Omaha that were hardest hit by the 2008 housing crisis are finally beginning to show signs of recovery, according to a report released by Prof. Steven Shultz
A once-in-a-lifetime trip to Israel is being planned by Dr. Moshe Gershovich for May 2014
On Thursday, Feb. 6, at 4 p.m., former Washington Post reporter Jackie Spinner will speak at the Criss Library on the topic of wartime news coverage
For nearly 15 years, the University of Nebraska Omaha’s (UNO) Journal of Religion and Film has been covering legendary actor Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Festival.
Five organizations are joining UNO's Community Engagement Center
Assistant Professor Timothy Dickson is one of 17 authors on a recently published paper examining the environmental benefits of grass-based biofuels, compared to those of the more popular corn-based fuels.
On Monday, Jan. 20, volunteers from around the Omaha-metro will join UNO in a day of service in remembrance of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.
Scott Vlasek, director of UNO's Aviation Institute, will be honored with the William H. Spurgeon III Award on Saturday, Jan. 11.
The University of Nebraska has issued a statement, representing the position of NU President James B. Milliken and the chancellors of the University of Nebraska campuses, rejecting the call for a boycott of Israeli universities.