Success is the standard when it comes to the College of Education at the University of Nebraska Omaha. Ken Bird, who served as a superintendent of Westside Community Schools, is an example of that standard.
It's your first semester at UNO and on a bigger campus. It might be intimidating, especially for those of us whose mode of mobility isn't the usual two feet. For those who use wheels to get around, there is additional stress the first few weeks of college. But if you think creatively and try some unique routes, you might feel a bit more confident during your transition to university life.
After years of following stories around the state for the Omaha World-Herald, Jeff Beiermann is thankful to be more stationary and more attached to his work. He was hired by UNO in November, replacing long-time photographer Tim Fitzgerald.
Omaha's cycling community is growing and working to make cycling safer. UNO is working toward that same goal.
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.
For many students, fall break is a time to decompress and breathe. They can catch up on reading, study or completely ignore anything school related and find something fun to do. However, UNO's Service Learning Days program is providing another option to join faculty, staff, alumni and members of the community for the annual Three Days of Service on Oct. 15, 17 and 18.
The University of Nebraska Omaha has recently been named one of the top military friendly schools, according to G.I. Jobs magazine. This is the third year in a row UNO has made the list and has been placed in the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools.
From 9 a.m. April 6 to 9 a.m. April, 7, a revolving number of Health, Physical Education and Recreation students biked, ran and altogether remained active for 24 hours straight outside the Milo Bail Student Center Plaza.