Students moved into the dorms Aug. 14, marking an unofficial beginning to the new school year.
Beginning this semester, former Sen. Ben Nelson will be partnering with UNO's Political Science department as the "Politician-in-Residence," holding lectures on foreign policy and assisting in teaching upper-division courses each semester.
B-cycle is a bike sharing system in Omaha that launched on June 15, 2011. In an effort to help encourage physical activity on campus, UNO placed two solar powered B-cycle kiosks on campus - one on the south side of the Milo Bail Student Center and the other near the shuttle stop on 67th Street by Mammel Hall. The other three kiosks are located in Aksarben Village.
Students can also vote online at sguno.unomaha.edu. The online poll is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today
Election results will follow in the fireplace lounge in the student center at 8 p.m. today.
As students, we want to know our voices are being heard on campus.
For 5,278 randomly selected freshmen and seniors, filling out a simple survey will make sure that happens.
Every three years, UNO has students take the National Survey of Student Engagement or NSSE.
The survey collects information about student participation in programs and activities provided for their learning and personal development.
With the appointment of a new senior vice chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, UNO students posed their questions and concerns to the Gateway. Responses follow from Reed.
On Dec. 10 seven students graduated from the fourth class of UNO's Nebraska Certified Public Manager Program, according to a UNO news release. Neb. Lt. Gov. Rick Sheehy and Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs B. J. Reed presided over the graduating class of seven non-traditional students who currently hold professional management career positions in Omaha.