College of Education shoots for success

Success is the standard when it comes to the College of Education at the University of Nebraska Omaha.  Ken Bird, who served as a superintendent of Westside Community Schools, is an example of that standard. 


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Influential Rabbi selected for Sokoloff lecture

Rabbi Daniel Gordis, president of the Shalem Foundation and a senior fellow at the Shalem Center in Jerusalem, will lecture on Israel's future at the third annual Phil and Ruth Sokoloff lecture.


Debt after college

With FAFSA submissions due by the beginning of April, students are in the middle of financial aid season. Some may be unaware that if they have taken out a private loan, it can haunt their loved ones even after an untimely death.
 


‘Welcome Week’ boosts Maverick pride

The sighting of one swallow doesn't mean it's summer, at least according to Greek philosopher Aristotle.  However, if the great thinker were a UNO student, perhaps he would agree that one Welcome Week does a fall semester make.


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.


Student Government passes campus car-sharing program

Student Government passed a measure that will offer an alternative approach to campus transportation. On Sept. 20, student senators voted to introduce a system known as ZipCar to UNO.