Nelson becomes UNO’s politician-in-residence

Beginning this semester, former  Sen. Ben Nelson will be partnering with UNO's Political Science department as the "Politician-in-Residence," holding lectures on foreign policy and assisting in teaching upper-division courses each semester.
 


Group hopes for university, student involvement in donation effort

UNO's Staff Adivsory Council is working with other colleges and universities to collect school supplies, particularly rulers, for The Salvation Army and KETV's Back to School Backpack Program.


Chancellor: ‘great time to be a Maverick’

During  his  annual State-of-the-University address, University of Nebraska Omaha Chancellor John Christensen declared the current moment as the greatest for Mavericks.


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.


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.


Career Fair attendees don’t leave newly formatted events empty-handed

For the first time, UNO's annual spring Career Fair was split into three separate fairs, with each junket hosting businesses that focused on specific career paths. The three fairs were held on March 5 and 6 at the Scott Conference Center and Mammel Hall.
 


Today’s the day: Cast your vote!

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.