News Release Archive
Researcher Profile: Dr. Shane WurdemanApril 27, 2015
Research on amputee prosthetics underway at UNO's Center for Research in Human Movement and Variability, the first of its kind in the world.
New Student Body President Sworn InApril 27, 2015
Fostering the ambitions of students to become leaders on campus and in the community
Art Students Hold Event to Fight HungerApril 27, 2015
On May 2, UNO students will sell hand-made glazed bowls in order to help fight hunger in Omaha
Show the O!April 25, 2015
Connecting the UNO community with a global network of more than 100,000 alumni
MavForensics to Hold Fiesta Dinner to Raise FundsApril 24, 2015
A fundraiser to cover travel funds for the UNO MavForensics team will be held Thursday, April 30
Alumni Association Recognizes FacultyApril 24, 2015
Honoring distinguished teaching in the classroom
Entrepreneurship Expert to Speak at UNOApril 23, 2015
An MIT instructor and entrepreneurship expert will speak on the UNO campus Tuesday, May 5
Throwback Thursday: The Moving CompanyApril 22, 2015
Home of one of the nation's oldest university modern dance companies
Student Research and Creative Activity Fair Awardees AnnouncedApril 22, 2015
Congratulations to all of the students on their accomplishments.
UNO Hosts Earth Week Events April 18 - 24April 17, 2015
In celebration of Earth Week, UNO and many of its student organizations will be hosting a wide range of sustainability focused events around campus
Throwback Thursday: Tree Campus USAApril 15, 2015
Nationally recognized for engaging the campus community in the spirit of conservation
Israeli Author Ari Shavit to Speak at Sokolof LectureApril 15, 2015
This year's Phil and Ruth Sokolof Lecture will take place at the Jewish Community Center on Thursday, April 23
UNO Named a Tree Campus USA for Fifth YearApril 14, 2015
Campus efforts to improve the environment through tree planting and care have been recognized by the Arbor Day Foundation
Week of the Young Child April 12-18April 10, 2015
Encouraging students to become extraordinary early childhood educators
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