Benefits not on Regents’ agenda

Due to a shortage of regents, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents will not vote on inclusive benefits during their Dec. 8 meeting.


Palestine in my heart: learning about Palestinian people, culture

Israelis and Palestinians have been in diplomatic and violent conflict for well over 50 years. Disillusionment with peace in the Middle East dominates the minds of many.  


Campus group: UNO Bikes

Omaha's cycling community is growing and working to make cycling safer. UNO is working toward that same goal.
 


Students, faculty push for inclusive benefits

A tremendous effort pushing for the University of Nebraska's adoption of Employee Plus One Benefits has been embraced system-wide—at the University of Nebraska Lincoln, the University of Nebraska Kearney, the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of Nebraska Omaha—with hopes of bringing the issue to this month's Board of Regents meeting, where university decision makers could vote on the policy.


UNL administrator named NU Associate Vice President-Academic Affairs

Longtime University of Nebraska-Lincoln Faculty Member and administrator Susan Fritz has been named associate vice president of academic affairs in the Office of the Provost at the University of Nebraska Aug. 12.  Her appointment became official Aug. 15.


UNO’s online presence gets a new look

This week, UNO's website took on a new look. New templates, layouts and photos are being incrementally added, but many may not know exactly how much time went into these changes.
Early last semester, Erin Owen took over as the director of the Office of Marketing, and previewed changes that include the black, UNO-branded shuttle buses and mail trucks, and now the new website.


“Sendoff” prepares grads for future careers

As Fall Break approached last week, graduation was on the mind of many hopeful seniors.