7 children with physical impairments to take ride in special cars built by NU...

More than 40 volunteers from University of Nebraska schools will build special toy cars to help seven children with physical impairments tomorrow at UNMC's...

Conference teaches business side of public relations

We are a generation of creators. We are a world of sharers. And more than ever we walk amongst entrepreneurs. The Internet and social media are still budding entities, but they have already inspired us in ways that have helped people embody more of these qualities.
 


Cycling challenge provides more than competition

Cycling is becoming more and more popular. People are cycling for fun and even to commute.
 


First Data uses UNO as a pipeline for interns, looks to expand opportunities for...

By Stefan Snijders, Contributor If current and future developments are any indicator, First Data wants University of Nebraska at Omaha students to see them as a desirable destination for...

Eureka! program expanding young women’s minds, introducing them to the world of math and...

 

A group of 28 young women are spending the month of June at UNO  as they are getting a chance to discover science, technology, engineering, and mathematics or (STEM) for short, mixed in with self discovery and fitness training, through a program called Eureka! funded by Girls Inc.


Opportunity for volunteering with Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor In honor of national Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 19, the University of Nebraska at Omaha Office of...

UNO researchers speak at autism conference

Asperger's Syndrome, or AS, is a common condition part of a larger subset of developmental disorders collectively known as the autism spectrum. Individuals who have AS are often very intelligent and have focused and narrowly defined interests, but have difficulty understanding and interpreting social cues, such as tone of voice and body language. Often they seem aloof, uncaring or even rude, when in reality they simply don't understand. They must be taught the social skills that their typically developing peers learn naturally, which can be a laborious process.


Proposed bill would allow faculty to carry concealed weapons

Millard South Principal Curtis Case returned to his position as head of the school on Jan. 31. Just 26 days after being shot by student Robert Butler a few feet away from his desk, Case is returning to work for several hours each day as he recovers.