News Release Archive
Flag Lowering to Honor Sen. Rich PahlsApril 27, 2022
Governor Pete Ricketts has ordered flags to fly at half-staff through Thursday, April 28, to honor the passing of Nebraska State Senator Rich Pahls.
Maverick Excellence Shines Internationally With Fulbright RecognitionsApril 26, 2022
Four members of the Maverick family are just the latest to join the ranks of Fulbright Award winners while two recent award recipients from Pakistan are making their impact felt here on campus.
Kratochvil Welcomed as New Coordinator of Federal RelationsApril 26, 2022
UNO welcomes Chase Kratochvil as the university’s new Coordinator of Federal Relations. Kratochvil joined the university's government relations team on Monday, April 25.
UNO Names Barbara Alexander Employee of the MonthApril 25, 2022
Alexander was awarded for her ability to effectively respond to and direct questions the UNO Registrar's office received on a daily basis, as well as her expert knowledge of technology and process - making sure students and their parents get the information they need.
Flag Lowering to Honor Rep. Brad AshfordApril 22, 2022
Governor Pete Ricketts has ordered flags to fly at half-staff on Saturday, April 23, to honor the passing of former Rep. Brad Ashford, who was also an instructor in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service.
Service Learning Academy Recognizes Faculty, Partners at ShowcaseApril 20, 2022
Attendees shared examples of overcoming the challenges presented by the pandemic to continue creating positive change in the community and the classroom.
Omaha Shows Progress in Economic, Labor Market Recovery Per UNO ResearchApril 20, 2022
Price increases, rising interest rates, steady but slowing economic growth, and steady job growth are projected for the Omaha-Council Bluffs area, according to a new economic and employment outlook report from the College of Business Administration (CBA) at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO).
Flag Lowering for Jolene HeadrickApril 19, 2022
The UNO flag will be lowered on Wednesday, April 20, in memory of Headrick, a retired staff assistant from the Department of History. Headrick passed away on April 9 at the age of 67.
Regular Leg Movement Even More Important in Certain Environments, UNO Research FindsApril 18, 2022
A little movement and effort can go a long way toward protecting cardiovascular health in the legs, particularly when sitting in an environment with heightened levels of carbon dioxide.
Flag Lowering for George RoyceApril 17, 2022
The UNO flag will be lowered on Monday, April 18, in memory of Royce, an instructor from the College of Information Science & Technology, who passed away on April 11.
Two UNO Students Receive Prestigious Goldwater ScholarshipsApril 13, 2022
Two Mavericks were among the 417 students from across the country to receive Barry Goldwater Scholarship Awards.
UNO Researchers Ranked Among Top Two Percent Worldwide in Stanford University StudyApril 12, 2022
A recent study published by Standford University identified nine faculty, past and present, who are among the top 2 percent of their peers in their respective fields of study.
Flag Lowering to Honor Fallen Fire ChiefApril 12, 2022
Governor Pete Ricketts has ordered flags to fly at half-staff on Wednesday, April 13, to honor the passing of Elwood Volunteer Fire Department Chief Darren Krull.
Lorraine Street Earns Board of Regents KUDOS AwardApril 08, 2022
Street, a clerical assistant in the Office of Field Experiences at UNO's College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences was recognized for her advocacy and support.
Intention for Retention: Faculty Success StoriesApril 08, 2022
It is often the first classes a student takes that are most important to helping them complete their degree. As higher education struggles to rethink retention post-COVID, here are some ways UNO faculty are making an impact.
Flag Lowering for George ChungApril 07, 2022
The UNO flag will be lowered on Friday, April 8, in memory of Chung, a UNO emeritus professor who passed away on March 30 at the age of 85.
UNO Recognized as a Tree Campus Higher Education RecipientApril 05, 2022
For the 12th consecutive year, the Arbor Day Foundation has recognized UNO for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the spirit of conservation.