Mavericks are making headlines. Each weekday morning, University Communications will update this page with the latest batch of UNO media mentions by 9 A.M.
The Omaha World-Herald featured a Criss Library exhibit on the Native American civil rights occupation of Alcatraz. The exhibit will eventually be brought to Alcatraz Island to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the occupation.
The World-Herald shared the campus update that former state tax commissioner Doug Ewald will serve as vice chancellor for business, finance and business development at UNO and UNMC.
3 News Now reported on how UNO’s Aviation Institute is helping meet a nationwide pilot shortage.
UNO Associate Dean Randall Adkins spoke with the World-Herald about fundraising in the congressional District 2 race.
The World-Herald reports that UNO student-athlete Elvir Ibisevic will leave UNO to embark on a pro soccer career, but will “always be a Maverick.”
From the Glendale Star: UNO alum Mary Beth McKim will be the new principal at Desert Spirit elementary in Glendale, AZ.
UNO INBRE scholar Camille Larson was featured in UNMC Today.
UNO Professor Emeritus Oliver Pollak wrote a post about San Francisco’s Labor Fest in the San Diego Jewish World.
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