NCJR explores new ways to research complicated data

Mariel Richter CONTRIBUTOR In a new design method used by UNO’s Nebraska Center for Justice Research (NCJR), researchers used a new method of “time diaries” to...

UNO alum returns to campaign on campus

UNO alum and Douglas County Treasurer John Ewing visited classes on campus earlier this semester to talk to students. 


Iraq: 10 years later

Most remember the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the subsequent invasion of Iraq. But in the 10 years since, there hasn't been much news about Iraq.
 


Speedy construction and promotional video have students buzzing over sports arena

By Kaitlin Vickers, Contributor Many students are excited for the new arena near 68th and Center St. to be opened in 2015. Maverick Mayhem pumped...

UNO class partners with Nebraska Broadcasters Association to preserve history of broadcasters in the...

Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR University of Nebraska at Omaha students in Michael Pacholski’s video field production class are gaining real-world experience by working with the...

UNO offers new undergraduate minor in biomechanics

The University of Nebraska at Omaha's Department of Biomechanics is now offering a new undergraduate minor in biomechanics. The announcement was made via a University...

News You Can Use 3-8-11

News You Can Use 3-8-11


Who funded Mammel Hall?

Carl and Joyce Mammel's decision to donate the largest sum of money ever given to UNO was well thought out, said Lori Byrne, campus director for the University of Nebraska Foundation. Byrne said the Mammels have been involved in giving back to students for years, starting with scholarships of more than $500,000 to more than 250 students during the past 10 years. "One of our most satisfying experiences has been to receive letters from the young people who benefited from the scholarship programs," Carl Mammel is quoted as saying in the guide to Mammel Hall.