About Civic & Social Responsibility
The Office of Civic and Social Responsibility fosters a lifelong commitment to active community engagement by providing a framework to empower members of the University of Nebraska at Omaha community to identify and address the most pressing challenges and needs both locally and globally.
The Office of Civic and Social Responsibility exists to fulfill the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s mission of community engagement. We realize our commitment to this mission by developing and preparing student leaders as agents of positive social change who make empathic decisions and contribute innovative solutions to address the complex environmental, educational, economic, health, international, and social justice issues of our time.
Develop and promote co-curricular programs that integrate community engagement with the development of transferable lifelong skills for students.
Facilitate mutually beneficial partnerships with local and global nonprofit organizations to support their overall mission while providing a high-impact learning experience for students.
Serve as a clearinghouse to collect and disseminate information on civic learning opportunities.
Contribute to the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s culture of caring by providing resources to students, faculty and staff.
Conduct and publish research on civic engagement and disseminate information on best practices for institutions of higher education. Advance scholarship around civic engagement through conference participation, publishing
- Kristina Cammarano — email@example.com
- Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor
- Senior Director, Student Success
- Student Affairs
- New Student and Family Programs (Orientation & Campus Visits)
- Student Involvement
- Civic and Social Responsibility
- Abdullah Allahyani
- Program Manager - Economic Sufficiency
- Sandy Griffin
- Program Manager - Educational Support
- Casey Jones
- Program Manager - International Service
- Kelsey Wagner
- Program Manager - Health & Wellness
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