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  2. JAN
    17
    Thumbnail for NU Travel BRT Presentation at UNO

    Members of the Travel BRT will visit UNO's campus to review the proposed policy, answer questions and solicit feedback; Jan. 17.

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  4. NOV
    09
    Thumbnail for Influencing Education Policies Summit

    Public education stakeholders are invited to a free panel discussion featuring policy makers and education influencers. Participants will learn more about policy and advocacy on a city and state level, and help develop an action plan to strengthen

  5. FEB
    06
    Thumbnail for Meet the New University-Wide Travel Agency

    Representatives from Fox World Travel will be on campus to meet with interested faculty and staff; Feb. 6.

  6. AUG
    04
    Thumbnail for Agricultural Innovators: Customer Discovery

    UNL professor and Director of Policy at Water for Food, Nicholas Brozović, will conduct this online session, helping participants identify customer segments and refine their innovative ideas to respond to those customers' needs.

  7. FEB
    01
    Thumbnail for Recent Developments in Solar Energy in Nebraska with Ken Winston

    Nebraskans for Solar presents Ken Winston, director of policy and outreach for Nebraska Interfaith Power & Light, a national organization bringing faith voices and moral perspectives to the climate change effort, Feb. 1, 2018.

  8. MAR
    02
    Thumbnail for Women's Policy Forum

    A discussion around issues related to economic security and leadership; freedom from violence; health care; and other issues affecting women in the state of Nebraska; March 2.

  9. OCT
    05
    Thumbnail for Public Meeting Announcement for Re-Accreditation: MS in Speech-Language Pathology

    UNO’s SLP graduate program is undergoing re-accreditation with a virtual site visit on October 5-6, 2020. In accordance with the CAA’s Public Comment policy and procedures, the CAA is seeking public comment as part of the review of the program.

  10. APR
    26
    Thumbnail for Study of Food Policy Networks in Omaha Presentation | April 26

    Bryce Hoflund, associate professor at the School of Public Administration, and Megan McGuffey, School of Public Administration graduate student, will present Study of Food Policy Networks in Omaha, Nebraska on April 26.

  11. SEP
    27
    Thumbnail for Public Forum

    The NU Board of Regents Policy on Process to Amend College Constitutions states that the College must offer a ‘public forum’ regarding revisions to the CPACS Constitution. Associate Dean Barron-McKeagney will be available to answer questions

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