A reinvigorated building for the College of Education is injecting fresh life into the UNO Campus.
The University of Nebraska Omaha made a addition to its list of programs called Performance INformation Gateway (PING). The business intelligence program provides ample amounts of facts, statistics and figures that are useful to the campus, community and the public.
When the UNO clock tower strikes noon Aug. 26, it will ring in more than just the lunch hour. Inside the Sapp Fieldhouse, new freshmen will be gathered for the first annual Freshman Convocation. Taking place at the end of UNO's Welcome Week, the Freshman Convocation serves as a way for the new students on campus to be honored in their own way.
It was a carnival of countries and cultures at the International Annual CultureFest at the Thompson Alumni Center on Sunday, March 4. The atmosphere was contagious about the the congregation, people of various languages and cultures attracted attendees.
The University of Nebraska Omaha Justice Week began Oct. 24 and will continue through the end of the week. With the help and support of the International Justice Mission, as well as several campus organizations, the weeklong event hopes to inform students about worldwide oppression and human trafficking.
UNO has donated 284 dorm beds from University Village to Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska (LFS). Replacing the old beds with newer, more efficient furniture, UNO has given many refugees a place to sleep through their donation to LFS's refugee resettlement program.
Hot dogs sizzled, prizes were won and balloons were everywhere to be found outside the UNO Child Care Center on an extremely pleasant Aug.12 evening.