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Native American culture inspires UNO professor
His shelves are lined with books about Native Americans and the environment. His fingers and wrists are lined with turquoise, silver and gold. Dr. Bruce Johansen is a professor in the School of Communication. He is often seen riding his bike to campus or taking an early morning swim at HPER.
UNO professor uses children's book to help teach music
At the Learning Center of South Omaha, 17 people sit cross-legged in a circle, passing a variety of household items while a brown moose eats them.
Social work students venture into community with purpose
With the end of the semester approaching, some UNO students may think they have a lot on their plates. However, UNO professor Dr. Jeanette Harder has more than enough to keep her busy through the holiday season.
Religious tolerance thrives in Omaha
In a time when religious differences are polarizing the masses, the city of Omaha appears to be a safe haven of tolerance. In a study conducted by University of Nebraska at Omaha senior Amanda Ryan, people with different religious and ethnic backgrounds revealed an overall sense of acceptance from the community regarding their religious identity.
From Oxford to Omaha: Swift continues to study numbers
Numbers have always fascinated University of Nebraska at Omaha statistics professor Dr. Andrew Swift, even from childhood. Swift hails from the United Kingdom and has a history of mathematics in his family.
Here today, gone tomorrow: a study of loss
An emotional 13-year-long research study on the impact on parents after a death of a child has left Dr. Paige Toller with a new understanding of the expression, here today gone tomorrow.
UNO staff and students excel outside of the classroom, striving to discover new knowledge
Research, ranging from robotics to studying how people work together collaboratively, is conducted every day at the University of Nebraska at Omaha to help better the lives of students and the Omaha community. Research activities are important for faculty and students, said Scott Snyder, associate vice chancellor and chief research officer of research and creative activity at UNO.
UNO Dean earns Third Emmy
The idea of winning an Emmy is a dream for aspiring television artists. For a dean at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, it’s a dream come true –times three. Dr. Gail F. Baker, dean of the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media, won her third Emmy for the documentary “Colorblind: Rethinking Race.
UNO student earns national award for cancer research
An undergraduate at the University of Nebraska at Omaha was honored for her medical research that could provide some insight towards cancer treatment.
Student Government helps UNO go Green
Green Week was held to raise awareness about sustainability and environmental issues on campus.
Lending a Helping Paw
Santa Paws helps raise money for local charity.
While people may stop believing in Santa Claus at a certain age, it doesn’t mean their pets have to.
Students give back to community with Three Days
For the typical college student, fall break consists of sleeping, eating and maybe studying (if absolutely necessary).