Alum’s advanced sculpture class project installed as public art

Charles Fisher's project for his advanced sculpture class turned into something much more.
Fisher's class-designed sculpture was selected to be installed in front of the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, 202 South 20th St.
 


Digging for truth in hoarding TV shows

Television shows about hoarding depict people trapped in piles of papers, mountains of objects, and every room packed to the brim with stuff.  It makes good television, but is it real? 


UNO celebrates International Education Week

UNO has 1,700 foreign students from nearly 131 countries.  This diversity is unique to UNO and was highlighted during the annual International Education Week from Nov. 12 to Nov. 16.


A new “site” to be seen: College of Education debuts new website

The new building provides an impressive visual for all campus visitors, and now, as of last week, their new website provides the same to the world wide web.


UNO PROGRAM EMPLOYS 100 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Getting that first job in high school can be difficult. Fortunately for some young Omahans, the Service Learning Academy at UNO offers a helping hand.


Enrollment focus of forum

 

UNO's goal of enrolling 20,000 students by 2020 was the subject of an open forum  held Oct. 9. The forum discussed how to help campus grow the desired enrollment goal. 


UNO’s largest incoming undergraduate class, enrollment increase part of ‘something special’

Chancellor John Christensen and fellow university administrators set a lofty goal in 2011: Get UNO enrollment to 20,000 by the year 2020.


CPACS, legislature plan for future of Nebraska

It isn't every day you hear the the words planning and politics used together seriously.  However, after 40 years devoted to community engagement, the College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) is now researching policy for the Nebraska state legislature to help address the future and plan for it.