Citizen scientists tap into Elkhorn River

An experiment testing the Elkhorn River watershed that recruited 'citizen scientists' – volunteers throughout the river basin – had 'fantastic' feedback, said Alan Kolok, a biology professor at UNO who organized the project.


UNO Emergency Management Degree ranked top program in the country

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha was recently named the number one college for military veterans. Now, UNO has made...

Get to Know Your Unicameral: Sen. Sara Howard

Emily White CONTRIBUTOR In the second installment of a series introducing readers to the people who represent them in Lincoln, student reporter Emily White tells the...

UNO-created mural energizes Hanscom Park

By Kaitlin Vickers, Contributor On Aug. 22, a new part of history was unveiled in the already historical neighborhood of Hanscom Park in the form...

UNO receives Carnegie Classification

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor The University of Nebraska atOmaha has again added to its impressive track record as a leader in community engagement. On Jan.7,...

Omaha Gives! rallies support for the Maverick Food Pantry

By Brooke Criswell, Contributor More than 200 U.S. colleges operate food pantries as food insecurity is becoming more evident on campuses, University of Nebraska at Omaha is...

Unmanaged water conflict could cost Nebraska millions

The key issue facing Nebraska's management of the Republican River resides within state boundaries, said Ann Bleed, former director of the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources.


11th annual Seven Days of Service

Over the last several years, the Student-Community Leadership and Service Department at UNO has developed a tradition of mission-driven service by partnering with local nonprofit organizations to create organized days of volunteer work and community service. Volunteers from all over Omaha and surrounding communities join together during these service days, giving their time and energy in celebration of local and global causes.