UNO Media Mentions
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.
-Dost thee like the works of the Bard? The Omaha World-Herald previewed Shakespeare on the Green, located in Elmwood Park, "behind the University of Nebraska at Omaha bell tower."
-MSN shared the story on an exosuit collaboration between a UNO Biomechanics professor and Harvard researchers.
-From Publicnow.com: Cerner has named UNO alum Jeff Hurst its senior vice president of Cerner Revenue Cycle Management and president of Cerner RevWorks.
-The Daily Nonpareil shared the World-Herald story on private colleges, which featured information from UNO’s David Drozd.
-The Nonpareil’s art calendar previewed a UNO Office of Latino/Latin American Studies sponsored monoprints exhibit.
-Sherdog reports that longtime MMA fighter Dakota Cochrane will square off against rising contender Maki Pitolo in the main event of VFC 58 at UNO’s Baxter Arena.
-UNO is mentioned in passing in this KC Chronicle piece on Chicago Steel coaching changes. (Mike Garman will replace Peter Mannino, who has accepted a position at UNO).
-From the Washington County Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise: Former UNO assistant professor Anita Saalfeld has been hired to teach Spanish at Fort Calhoun Junior-Senior High School.
-Omaha Sports Academy director Bob Franzese mentions UNO’s summer camps and coach Derrin Hansen in this Tom Shatel feature.
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