News Release Archive
Out of Office With Chancellor Li: Nebraska Medical Orchestra and ChoirDecember 22, 2021
In episode four of “Out of Office with Chancellor Li," Li explores the healing power of the arts with the Nebraska Medical Orchestra and Choir.
Celebrating Our Newest AlumniDecember 18, 2021
For more than 1,000 students, Friday marked the end of one important journey and the beginning of a new chapter in each of their lives. With family, friends, and thousands of other alumni behind them, it was clear to see that once you're a Maverick, you're always a Maverick.
UNO Academic Advising Council Names Spencer Thompson Advisor of the MonthDecember 16, 2021
Thompson was nominated by his peers for his dedication to student success.
UNO, UNH Research Amidst COVID-19 Finds Leadership Style May Impact Crisis OutcomesDecember 16, 2021
Researchers discovered that global leaders who had a rational, problem-solving approach toward the crisis were associated with fewer country-wide infections.
Faculty Insights: Issues with Supply Chain Causing Holiday Price HikeDecember 16, 2021
Supply chain issues have caused an increase in prices this holiday season. Anh Ta, Ph.D., assistant professor of supply chain management, explains why this is happening and what consumers can do to save money.
UNO Names Mindy Hunke Employee of the MonthDecember 15, 2021
Hunke was selected for her work supporting students in the UNO Division of Continuing Studies through personalized engagement, leveraging new technologies, and a results-oriented work ethic.
Flag Lowering for Jean YoungbergDecember 15, 2021
The UNO flag will be lowered on Thursday, Dec. 16, in memory of Youngberg, a UNO retiree, who passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2021, at the age of 92.
Thiele Named Director of Career DevelopmentDecember 14, 2021
The UNO Academic and Career Development Center (ACDC) officially welcomes Levi Thiele, Ph.D., as the new Director of Career Development.
Student Commencement Stories: December 2021December 12, 2021
Learn more about these amazing UNO graduates-to-be as they read a letter to their younger self.
Flags Lowered to Honor U.S. Senator Bob DoleDecember 06, 2021
Following a proclamation from President Joe Biden and Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts, all U.S., Nebraska, and University flags will be lowered to half-staff through Dec. 9.
Hanna Wanzenried Solberg Earns Board of Regents KUDOS AwardDecember 03, 2021
Wanzenried Solberg, an academic advisor in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences, was recognized for her inclusivity, support of students during COVID, and engagement with important campus-wide initiatives.