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  2. Thumbnail for https://twitter.com/UNOmaha/status/1319735551537213440 23 Oct 2020: The Ivers Award is a grant for $2,000 that can be used for educational expenses such as books, computer equipment, computer supplies, career wear, unreimbursed travel for job interviews, and more. https://t.co/e3FBGhlwmb https://t.co/FSpFXuWk8M
  3. Thumbnail for https://twitter.com/UNOmaha/status/1312083186478977026 2 Oct 2020: RT @UMDPublicPolicy: Jodi Benenson from @UNOmaha's research interests include social policy, nonprofit organizations, civic engagement and…
  4. Thumbnail for https://twitter.com/UNOmaha/status/1291080267071918081 5 Aug 2020: RT @UNOmaha: How cute is Charlie the puppy?! Read about our interim face covering policy: https://t.co/epp7F36hXK Read about how UNO…
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    While eugenics gave legitimacy to existing racial policies in the early 20th century, racism was already entrenched in European and American society well before the emergence of this new “science.” The persecution of groups, such as Jews,

  6. Thumbnail for https://twitter.com/UNOmaha/status/1313112414586572804 5 Oct 2020: Dr. Jodi Benenson, an Assistant Professor in the UNO School of Public Administration, will participate in today's @UMDPublicPolicy event. Her primary research interests include social policy, nonprofit organizations, civic engagement, and
  7. Two national leaders in international policy came together on the UNO …
  8. Thumbnail for https://twitter.com/UNOmaha/status/1290820880595947520 5 Aug 2020: How cute is Charlie the puppy?! Read about our interim face covering policy: https://t.co/epp7F36hXK Read about how UNO students can pick up two free masks and a Durango Days welcome bag: https://t.co/nrgRpJohkc #KnowTheO
  9. Thumbnail for https://twitter.com/UNOmaha/status/1293714136069804032 13 Aug 2020: Stepping outside the classroom and into the Omaha community to learn by helping others kindled Carol RedWing’s interests in historical trauma, community engagement & public policy. Now she's focusing on her Ph.D. in Public Admin.
  10. Mask up, Mavs!

    9/25/20 - Uploaded by Unknown
    Wearing a mask or face covering helps slow the spread of COVID-19.…
  11. MAR
    28

    While eugenics gave legitimacy to existing racial policies in the early 20th century, racism was already entrenched in European and American society well before the emergence of this new “science.” The persecution of groups, such as Jews,

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