‘When you can accept death, you can accept life’
Dr. Julie Masters, the Terry Haney Chair of Gerontology at UNO, loves her job helping older people – and her young students – understand the issues of aging.
Doctor reflects on the moon and a river … and on the ‘miracle’ of his life
He says his mother’s words inspired an unlikely path that led him to UNO and UNMC and then to an amazing career.
Lyn Holley awarded inaugural Chuck Powell Professorship of Gerontology at UNO
Gift of professorship enables UNO to do even more to improve the well-being of elders.
UNO Chancellor Christensen announces retirement
Thank you Chancellor Christensen for your decade of leadership, collaboration, and momentum.
Alumna gives $100,000 to support early childhood education students at UNO
Students studying to be early childhood educators are the focus of a new scholarship and fellowship created for the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Education.
Success brewing at UNO’s new student-run cafe
Success is brewing at UNO’s new student-run café in Mammel Hall.
Detective thanks donors for helping students
“I think that’s pretty amazing that you have the power to do something like that,” he tells them
Early childhood welfare focus of new community chair at UNO
The $1 million endowed position is named in honor of Chancellor John Christensen
New grad looks forward to giving back to UNO
Student, Ashley Spurlock, gives insight to what she loved most about UNO and why she plans to give back to her school.
Confidence STEMS from hands-on learning
UNO students see the excitement for STEM areas growing on campus, thanks to community chairs.
Mississippi Mud, BBQ and Michael Jordan
Mississippi Mud, BBQ and Michael Jordan: Students learn a lot about NU’s new president, Hank Bounds
Engelmann awarded first Hubbard STEM learning instructorship at UNO
The Hubbard Instructorship supports the university’s efforts to expand STEM education programs by using the Glacier Creek Preserve.
Great Plains Art Museum celebrates opening of new artist studio and public education lab
Fred and Julie Hoppe of Lincoln provided the gift to enable the Great Plains Art Museum to create the new Elizabeth Rubendall Artist-in-Residence Studio and Education Lab.
New emergency assistance fund to support NU students, employees facing sudden hardship
A new fund at the University of Nebraska Foundation will support NU students and employees on all campuses facing sudden financial hardship from emergency situations
Students still benefit from first endowed scholarship created in 1930s
The late Edward Cornish made a gift in 1937 to establish the first permanently endowed scholarship fund to forever support the education of UNL students.