Projects Report

This report shows the various collaborative projects between UNO and the community. Various filters are provided to gain a better understanding of how different UNO units collaborate with the community.

Project Project Focus Areas Community Partners Campus Partners Engagement Type: Activity Type: Other Activity Type: Start Semester: Start Academic Year: End Semester: End Academic Year: Total UNO Students: UNO Students Hours: UNO Faculty/Staff Hours: Total K-12 Students: K-12 Student Hours: Total Number of Other Participants: Topics: Other Topics: Description: Subtags:
SCIENCE & MATH INECE(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3176) Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 49 1,813 0 0 0 0 This material is provided by University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Teaching Education 4290 “Science and Math in ECE” instructed by Melany Spiehs. The students who created this material are teacher candidates that also engaged in individual practicums in the Omaha community where they connected this knowledge base. The focus of this resource is to position a field trip to the Henry Doorly Zoo as a mechanism for amplifying the rich inquiry-based learning that is occurring in your classroom. These materials are provided to support the teacher and learners before, during, and after the field trip by incorporating STEM concepts and principles. TED 4290.001 Traditional
Foundations of Leadership(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3177) Educational Support Benson First Fridays (BFF), Elevate Omaha Inc, Learning for ALL, Sheltering Tree Inc College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 28 588 0 0 0 0 Scholars will select one organization to partner with and develop a project that meets the organization's needs. Students must have a minimum of 20 -25 hours of service-learning project (SLP) time during the semester. Service hours will be integrated into class time throughout the semester, though students will have to complete some of the required hours outside of the designated class time. A capstone project presentation will provide an overview of the community partner, its mission, and what leadership skills and strategies students utilized to assist the partner throughout the semester. EDL 2590.099 Direct
Exploratory Studies(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3178) Educational Support AIM Institute Art and Art History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 24 192 0 0 0 0 Students work with the AIM Institute for their service learning project. The aim of this course is to expose the students to transferable skills and focus particularly on the tech industry. Through this service learning project, students have the opportunity to learn and become familiar with Python. Students will partner with AIM Institute and learn about video editing with drone piloting. EXPL 1000.004 Traditional
Creative Arts in Early Childhood Education(Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3179) Educational Support WhyArts College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 23 379 0 0 0 0 Early childhood teacher candidates partner with Why Arts to prepare and implement creative and expressive arts curriculum to assist with learning development in the classroom. Traditional TED 2370.001
Soil Sampling (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3180) Educational Support City Sprouts College of Communications, Fine Arts, and Media Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 36 576 0 0 0 0 Students enrolled in GEOL 4330 will work with a local high school group to collect soil samples from around the city. Those soil samples will be tested by both the UNO students and the high school students- results will be shared with community partners. P-16 GEOL 4330.001
SOCIAL WORK AND CIVIC ENGAGE(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3181) Economic Impact Ollie Webb Center College of Public Affiars and Community Service Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 23 322 0 0 0 0 Students enrolled in SOWK 1500 are working with a variety of non-profits in the area. In doing this work, students are able to learn about the needs of diverse populations throughout the Omaha area. Based on their placement site they may be supporting folks with cognitive differences, participating after school programming for elementary aged children, and much more. SOWK 1500.002 P-16
SPANISH FOR HEALTHCARE(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3182) Educational Support Project harmony College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 11 264 0 0 0 0 Students in Spanish for Healthcare are able to use their language skills actively in supporting a local mental healthcare non-profit in translating trainings from English into Spanish. SPAN 3570.001 Traditional
EQUITY, LANGUAGE, AND CULTURALL(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3183) Educational Support Learning Community Center of North Omaha College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 25 100 0 0 0 0 Students enrolled in TED 2060.001 are partnered with families from a local community agency. Using the skills of "equity, language, and culture" students will prepare lessons about UNO, college life, and social emotional learning to connect families with resources from around the community. TED 2060.001 P-16
FOUNDATIONS IN PUBLIC HEALTH(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3184) Health and Wellness American Red Cross, Catholic Charities, Hillcrest Foundation for Enhancing Lives, Nebraska AIDS Project, No More Empty Pots, Project harmony, Stephen Center, The Wellbeing Partners College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 25 1,075 0 0 0 0 An introductory course for public health majors and other interested students, that examines the foundations of public health. The course includes an orientation to the process and the professions of public health and a consideration of current trends, problems and issues and their implications for public health professionals. The course will help candidates develop the knowledge, skills, competencies, and attitudes necessary to orchestrate an environment for positive public health. PHHB 1500.850 Traditional
Waste Not Want Not (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3185) Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 13 175 0 0 0 0 Students` awareness of composting and zero waste school lunches will be raised during this course. Students will work in groups with Blackburn students to come up with a proposal to give to OPS and UNO staff to expand composting more thoroughly on campus. SUST 1000.001 P-16
TEACHING DANCE IN THE SCHOOLS(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3187) Health and Wellness Omaha Public Schools College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 82 1,640 0 0 0 0 The course is designed for physical education pedagogy majors, elementary teachers, and recreation leaders who are interested in obtaining the fundamentals of a variety of rhythmic and creative dance activities and their teaching methods for preschool through twelfth grade. P-16 KINS 3300.001
Indigenous Geographies( Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3188) Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 41 410 0 0 0 0 Emerging Topics in Geography focuses on the latest research areas in the field of geography. The specific topic of each course set will be based on the research trends in geography. This course will be offered on demand. GEOG 4400.860 Traditional
GLOBAL AGING (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3189) Educational Support Womens Fund of Omaha College of Public Affiars and Community Service Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 150 600 0 0 0 0 This course offers USA students and students in Poland the opportunity to work collaboratively to explore and critique literature describing the experience of aging, public and private resources for older adults, and the work, social, and economic contexts of aging and being old in the USA and in Poland within a global framework. GERO 4480.001 Traditional
Non-Profit Digital Campaign: 2023-24 (3190) Educational Support Boys Town, Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue, Nebraska Humane Society, Project harmony, Salvation Army Art and Art History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 21 483 0 0 0 0 In groups, Students will select and research a nonprofit organization in Omaha and conduct an interview to aid in creating a digital campaign. The final project will be presented to the class and nonprofit partners. CMST 2410.001 Traditonal
Service-Learning Multimedia News Package (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3191) Educational Support The Word Works Art and Art History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 10 110 0 0 0 0 In groups, students will create a multimedia news or feature story by researching, collecting data, conducting interviews, and capturing audio and video. The project will showcase strong written, audio, and visual storytelling. JMC 3030.001 Traditional
Information System Service Learning Project (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3192) Educational Support University of Nebraska Medical Center Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 18 432 0 0 0 0 The project focuses on assisting community partners in designing tailored information systems to address their unique needs. Students will actively engage in problem-solving for their partners, leveraging technology to create effective solutions. The emphasis is on constructing a solution that aligns with the client's requirements. Throughout the semester, students will conduct approximately five meetings with their clients, either to understand project requirements or review demonstrations. The culmination of the project involves a final presentation, attended by the client, showcasing the solutions developed by each group. Groups, consisting of 4-5 students, will work with one of the four identified partners, with the option for students to propose additional partners for other groups. Traditional ISQA 4110.001
VIO Project (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3193) Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 42 1,008 0 0 0 0 In groups, students will design and launch a website for a nonprofit start-up. They will customize templates, add content, and analyze website traffic using Google Analytics. The project will end with a presentation to judges. MKT 3360.001 Traditional
UNO Exploratory Studies & Together Omaha Gardening Project (Fall 2024): 2023-24 (3194) Environmental Stewardship Together Omaha Art and Art History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 37 93 0 0 0 0 Students will grow fall produce and cover crops while learning about food insecurity and the importance of healthy soil for sustained food production. They will also explore various career paths associated with running non-profit organizations that meet community needs. Traditional EXPL 1000 Sections 005&006
SAC Museum Group Project (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3195) Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 62 1,674 0 0 0 0 In teams, students will design an Instagram fan page, create 11 posts, analyze their performance, suggest 5 influencers, and present their strategy and post-performance to the client at the end of the semester. Traditional MKT 3370.001
Equity in Nonprofit Organizations & Management (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3196) Social Justice Coalition Rx College of Public Affiars and Community Service Engaged Research None None Fall 2023-24 None 10 50 0 0 0 0 As a collective group, students will work with a nonprofit partner to conduct an equity audit, evaluation, or strategic plan based on the organization's needs related to equity. They will engage with practitioners' experiences and knowledge throughout the semester. PA 3500.001 Traditional
INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3197) Educational Support Spielbound Board Game Cafe Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 66 2,310 0 0 0 0 Students work in groups to use their skills and learnings in their capstone class to develop online web application like a online board game with partnering community partner. This will help them to analyze and use the technologies to implement into building applications and also ensure dynamic team working abilities. Traditional ISQA 4110.850
Food Insecurity (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3198) Economic Impact Heartland Workforce Solutions College of Public Affiars and Community Service Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 25 375 0 0 0 0 This is a cross sector collaboration course which helps stduents to know the benefits to identify talents in collaboration with public and provate partnerships along with gaining insights on leadership skills. Students get to know about the needs of community and involve in panel discussions with leaders on non profit to understand needs and cooperation of different sectors across community. PA 3800.001 Traditional
Tell All the Truth Project (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3199) Social Justice Bluebird Cultural Initiative, Women's Center for Advancement Art and Art History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 20 480 0 0 0 0 This project involves social justice component which raises awareness about the missing and mudered indigenous women in North America and across globe with partnering with community partners having people who have faced such challenges. Students show thier voices in form of posters and audio/video visuals. HIST 4400.001 Traditional
HIST OF NAT AM PEOPLES(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3200) Social Justice Bluebird Cultural Initiative, Women's Center for Advancement History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 20 480 0 0 0 0 This project involves social justice component which raises awareness about the missing and mudered indigenous women in North America and across globe with partnering with community partners having people who have faced such challenges. Students show thier voices in form of posters and audio/video visuals. HIST 4400.001
RELIGION AND HUMAN RIGHTS (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3201) Environmental Stewardship Stephen Center, Tri-Faith Initiative Art and Art History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 14 350 0 0 0 0 This project promotes human rights with inter-religion cooperation. Shows support with organizations providing food and support to homeless shelters and non profits with dependencies. It indirectly promotes a sense of cooperation. Helps students in knowing the value of self. Human rights course is a moral tradition of how its cultivated into religions RELI 2020.001 Traditional
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3202) Educational Support Omaha South High School, Omaha Public Schools Art and Art History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 17 153 0 0 0 0 The project aims to bring collaboration and language exchange between Uno students and community partners in Omaha. Uno students from SPAN 2120 course, partnered with Omaha South High School who are willing to learn English language to communicate and it fostered learning experience for both parties with benefiting each other. Students learn Spanish during conversations whereas other parties learn to communicate in English thereby helping both in mutual ways and building some good relationships SPAN 2120.002 Direct
Sounds of Nighttime (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3203) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools College of Communications, Fine Arts, and Media Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 28 308 0 0 0 0 The goal of the project was to have a musical concert where UNO students get to play different repertoire that is classified for nighttime. Along with that, they get to service and inspire high school music students by playing the piano at South High school and Central High School. The students also provide community service to elderly citizens at AKsarben senior living center. MUS 115L/215L/315L/415L/815L Direct
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR LABORATORY(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3204) Educational Support Henry Doorly Zoo College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 25 275 0 0 0 0 UNO Students explore human and animal behavior at the Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. In this project which starts in October, students visit the Zoo to learn about how animals and human interact in the zoo. The students spend time researching and learn about enrichment. Indirect PSYC 4280.860 & BIOL 4280.860
Practices of Happiness (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3205) Educational Support Language and Culture School of Omaha, Omaha Public Schools, Schuyler Central High School Art and Art History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 90 234 0 0 0 0 Students in SPAN 1110 and SPAN 3030 utilize their skills learned in class to work with students at Bellevue East High School and Schuyler Central High School, as well as the Learning Center of South Omaha. They work together to practice Spanish skills, learn about college opportunities, and show the value of collaborating virtually via Padlet. SPAN 1110.005 P-16
Practices of Happiness -001(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3206) Educational Support Schuyler Central High School Art and Art History Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 30 120 0 0 0 0 Students in SPAN 1110 and SPAN 3030 utilize their skills learned in class to work with students at Bellevue East High School and Schuyler Central High School, as well as the Learning Center of South Omaha. They work together to practice Spanish skills, learn about college opportunities, and show the value of collaborating virtually via Padlet. SPAN 3030.002 P-16
DATA LITERACY (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3207) Educational Support City of Omaha, Womens Fund of Omaha College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 20 680 0 0 0 0 UNO students assist community partners by addressing their identified problems by using data analysis and data visualization. STAT 1100.001 Traditional
Exploratory Studies (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3208) Educational Support AKSARBEN Foundation College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 18 144 0 0 0 0 Students define their passions, talents, and interests to choose a best-fit major/minor; students explore different disciplines, Academic Focus Areas, and majors/minors at UNO; draw on the experiences from elderly citizens to help them better define the meaning of success in college and in life. EXPL 1000.008 and .010 Traditional
ART CRITICISIM (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3209) Educational Support Jackson Elementary School, Omaha Public Schools College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 10 100 0 0 0 0 UNO Students taking Prof Adrian Art Appreciation course created a drawing/colouring book of Spanish Artists and donated it to Jackson Elementary school. Art 4950 Traditional
Soran Bushi Dance & Dinner (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3210) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 33 198 0 0 0 0 UNO students and Elkhorn students join forces to share, learn, and cultivate an appreciation for Japanese culture. Indirect JAPN 1110.001
Soran Bushi Dance & Dinner -001(Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3211) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools Foundation College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 33 198 0 0 0 0 UNO students and Elkhorn students join forces to share, learn, and cultivate an appreciation for Japanese culture. JAPN 2110.001 P-16
Celebration Event for High School Students (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3212) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 2 16 0 0 0 0 Students enrolled in the FNLG Seminar in Foreign Language and TESOL Research course collaborated extensively to strategize, coordinate, and develop a dedicated website for their imminent Language Celebration. Traditional FLNG 8020.850
Readers to Leaders (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3213) Educational Support Boys and Girls Club of Council Bluffs College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 35 490 0 0 0 0 Readers to Leaders is a collaborative effort between UNO and The Boys and Girls Club of Omaha, pairing students from both institutions. UNO students have shared that these practical experiences deepen their understanding of classroom content, fostering connections between theory and hands-on involvement.Furthermore, Boys and Girls Club students actively engage in a one-on-one reading program, contributing to an overall enhancement of reading literacy, comprehension, and skill levels. PSYC 4510.001 P-16
BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS & INTERVENTIONS (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3214) Educational Support Millard North High School, Millard Public Schools, Papillion LaVista Community Schools College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 10 15 0 0 0 0 Students provide on one services to students PSYC 8576.001 P-16
2023 UNO VCE Blood Drive: 2023-24 (3215) Health and Wellness American Red Cross Volunteer and Civic Engagement Programs Volunteering None None Fall 2023-24 Fall None 60 60 0 0 0 0 Blood drive partnered with the Red Cross.
2023 UNO VCE Blood Drive: 2023-24 (3216) Health and Wellness American Red Cross Volunteer and Civic Engagement Programs Volunteering None None Fall 2023-24 Fall None 60 60 0 0 0 0 Blood drive partnered with the Red Cross.
2024 Legislative Power Hour: 2023-24 (3217) Educational Support League of Women Voters, Nebraska Civic Engagement Table Volunteer and Civic Engagement Programs Community-Based Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 20 0 0 0 0 0 This event will be a chance for students to learn from representatives from the League of Women Voters, Common Cause and the Nebraska Civic Engagement Table about Nebraska’s Unicameral, its functions, what is happening, and what these topics mean for the Omaha community and students.
Waste Not Want Not (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3218) Educational Support Blackburn Alternative High School, Omaha Public Schools College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 14 337 0 0 0 0 Students` awareness of composting and zero waste school lunches will be raised during this course. Students will work in groups with Blackburn students to come up with a proposal to give to OPS and UNO staff to expand composting more thoroughly on campus. SUST 1000.001 P-16
DATA LITERACY (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3220) Educational Support Fontenelle Forest College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 36 657 0 0 0 0 UNO students assist community partners by addressing their identified problems by using data analysis and data visualization. STAT 1110.001 Traditional
Tell All the Truth Project (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3221) Educational Support RISE College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 18 8 0 0 0 0 Students practice in academic literacy practices, especially writing summaries, analyses, and critical essays in response to assigned texts. In this project students are able to meet with RISE and volunteers previously incarserated to learn about their experience. In the end of the project students create visuals to demonstrate what they have learnt. ENGL 1150.018 Traditional
Tell All the Truth Project -001(Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3222) Educational Support RISE College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 14 10 0 0 0 0 This course introduces students to specialized subject matter not available in existing History courses. The topic of this course is social justice. In this class students learn about punishment from medieval time till today. The benefit of the project is that it will elevate the stories that bring RISE mission. HIST 4910.003 Traditional
UNO Exploratory Studies & Together Omaha Gardening Project (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3223) Educational Support Together Omaha College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 9 6 0 0 0 0 Students will grow spring produce and cover crops while learning about food insecurity and the importance of healthy soil for sustained food production. They will also explore various career paths associated with running non-profit organizations that meet community needs. EXPL 1000.002 Traditional
UNO Exploratory Studies & Together Omaha Gardening Project -001(spring 2024): 2023-24 (3224) Educational Support Together Omaha College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 10 6 0 0 0 0 Students will grow spring produce and cover crops while learning about food insecurity and the importance of healthy soil for sustained food production. They will also explore various career paths associated with running non-profit organizations that meet community needs. EXPL 1000.004 Traditional
Learning to Teach and Teaching to Learn with Multilingual Students (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3225) Educational Support Durham Museum, Kiewit Luminarium College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 11 35 0 0 0 0 Students taking TED 2050 are paired with a local high school class of multilingual learners. Students can put their class learning to use by supporting high school students by preparing lessons on UNO, the college experience, Social Emotional Learning, and more. TED 2050.001 Direct
Worksite Wellness (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3226) Health and Wellness Omaha Public Schools College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 20 8 0 0 0 0 UNO students create a needs assessment and implemente a wellness plan for staff at Gateway Elementary. In doing so, UNO students provide staff of Gateway with opportunities and tools to support a healthy lifestyle. KINS 4200.850 P-16
LAT AM CONTX FOR PROFESSIONS (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3227) Educational Support Learning Community Center of South Omaha, Opera Omaha College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 25 10 0 0 0 0 This PIM class is designed to practice oral expression in Spanish and to learn about health & mental health, business, environment, and society in Latin America. SPAN 3050.860 Traditional
Law and the Black Community (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3228) Arts, Culture and Humanities Malcolm X Memorial Foundation College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 29 26 0 0 0 0 Partnering with North High School, One Omaha, and the Malcolm X Foundation, students in the Law and the Black Community aim to examine the effects of redlining on soil health. To do this, they plan on retrieving, testing, and comparing soil from two different areas in Omaha. This project is educational, as it aims to teach high school and college students the importance of lead and other pollutants in different areas of Omaha. It is also important for the community for more examples of these soil differences to be talked about rather than ignored in the community. BLST 3410.850 P-16
North and Nordicity (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3229) Educational Support Museum of Danish America, Omaha Public Schools College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 20 23 0 0 0 0 Students in Applied Piano are working on pieces throughout the semester that feature Nordic composers and music. Collaborating with the Museum of Danish America, the students will play a concert on an original Danish piano. The students will also perform their music at an evening concert for both family and friends. Additionally, connecting with the community, UNO students will play an outreach concert for students at South and Central High Schools. MUS 115L/215L/315L/415L/815L Traditional
STEM TEACHING METHODS (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3230) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 6 34 0 0 0 0 This project teaches UNO students teaching methods to then in turn teach middle school students. The graduate students use their gained knowledge about engineering design through the course to then work on designs for elderly and amputee patients, in which they present to the middle school once per week for seven weeks. BMKI 9301.001 P-16
Legal and Ethical Applications (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3231) Environmental Stewardship Nebraska Appleseed Business Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 14 0 0 0 0 0 UNO students research the price transparency of hospitals in coordination with Nebraska Appleseed. They use the information found through their research and present to Nebraska Appleseed at the end of the semester. LAWS 3940.001 Traditional
Camino a la Universidad (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3232) Educational Support Learning Community Center of South Omaha College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 12 6 0 0 0 0 UNO Students enrolled in TED 2050: Intro to Teaching ESL classes will participate in a service learning project in collaboration with the Learning Community Center of South Omaha (LCC) for six weeks. UNO students will engage with LCC families weekly to explore topics of educational support, parent resources, and overall wellness to better support their children’s learning careers. UNO students will travel to the LCC for the first session. UNO students will host LCC families on UNO’s Dodge Campus and Scott Campus for tours, educational sessions and a final celebration. TED 2050.002 P-16
Creative Arts in ECE (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3233) Educational Support Rose Theater College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 21 5 0 0 0 0 Students designed projects for young theatre goers to reflect on a theatrical experience TED 2370 Traditional
Spring Fest(Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3234) Educational Support Autism Society of NE, Creighton University College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 19 551 0 0 0 0 UNO speech-language pathology (SLP) graduate students had the opportunity to engage in a service learning project encompassing interdisciplinary collaboration with Creighton occupational therapy (OT) students. UNO and Creighton students designed activities for participants on the autism spectrum to build upon various gross motor and speech skills during the Autism Society of Nebraska (ASN) Spring Festival. UNO graduate students applied knowledge gained through course content and presentations to this project. CDIS 8540.001 P-16
Business and Professional Communications (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3235) Educational Support Phoenix Academy Communication Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 23 345 0 0 0 0 This project looks to teach middle school students the fundamentals of professionalism and how to use it in their professional and personal lives CMST 3130.001 P-16
5th Grade Band Day at UNO (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3236) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools Fine Arts Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 37 40 0 0 0 0 This project looks to intersect elementry school students and UNO band students to play StarWars music alongside each other MUS 4160.001 P-16
Ollie Webb & Humanities 1110 (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3237) Educational Support Ollie Webb Center College of Public Affiars and Community Service, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 20 40 0 0 0 0 This project looks to have students from UNO and Ollie Webb create a film about the importance of Omaha history and the empowerment of people with disabilities. Humanities 1110.001 Traditional
Monroe Muyer ABA in Education (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3238) Educational Support Munroe Meyer Institute College of Education, Health, and Human Science, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 8 8 0 0 0 0 This project services parents with reoccuring meeting about how to tailor their parenting toward their childs needs. P-16 PSYC 9050.860
Intergenerational Academic Journal (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3239) Educational Support La Vista West Elementary School College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 33 0 0 0 0 0 The "Intergenerational Academic Journal Creation" project pairs UNO students with elementary school kids to co-create a special academic journal. This initiative has two main goals: fostering collaboration between different age groups and teaching valuable academic skills like research, analysis, and argumentative writing. The project embodies the idea of connecting generations while advancing education and research. ENGL 1160.026 - 027 P-16
Communication and Leadership (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3240) Educational Support Kids Can Engineering - UNL Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 21 210 0 0 0 0 UNO students took classroom knowledge to P-12 school, imparting essential life skills like active listening, stress management, non-verbal communication…etc. This project empowered both UNO and elementary students, promoting service engagement and bridging classroom learning with practical application, enriching education for all. ENGR 100.001 P-16
INTRO TO EARLY CHILDHOOD ED (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3242) Educational Support Henry Doorly Zoo College of Education, Health, and Human Science, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 8 52 0 0 0 0 Students in this community project collaborate with local organizations to engage with children in educational activities. Through a partnership with a local educare center, they facilitate interactive sessions where families and children can play and explore together. This initiative promotes learning and fosters stronger community bonds by encouraging collaboration and shared experiences among participants. TED 2250.001 P-16
INTRO TO EARLY CHILDHOOD ED -001(Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3243) Educational Support City of Omaha, Henry Doorly Zoo College of Education, Health, and Human Science, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 13 84 0 0 0 0 Students in this community project collaborate with local organizations to engage with children in educational activities. Through a partnership with a local educare center, they facilitate interactive sessions where families and children can play and explore together. This initiative promotes learning and fosters stronger community bonds by encouraging collaboration and shared experiences among participants. TED 2250.002 P-16
Working with Minority Elderly (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3244) Educational Support City of Omaha Parks and Recreation, Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition College of Public Affiars and Community Service, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 10 280 0 0 0 0 This course focuses on understanding cultural historical, social, economic, and political factors that have contributed to the experiences and differences that have shaped aspects of aging among adult minorities. Each student will be assigned to a team. Each team will focus on a specific minority group, collaborating with a community advisor. The community advisor for each group is an adult of the group the students are studying who will help the students engage and interview an aging individual of the minority group assigned to the team from within the community. At the end of the semester, each team of students gives a presentation that connects the interviews that they did with the concepts learned from the class. GERO 4690.001 Traditional
Digital Marketing Project (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3245) Educational Support Lark Medical Staffing Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 27 248 0 0 0 0 UNO students work in groups to design and assist with a website for a real-world company. They customize templates, add relevant content, and use Google Analytics for performance tracking. At the end of the project, UNO students create a presentation, showcasing the results of their project and what they have learned. MKT 3360.001 Traditional
Benson First Friday: 2023-24 (3246) Educational Support Benson First Fridays (BFF), Omaha Mobile Stage Art and Art History, Fine Arts, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 15 255 0 0 0 0 This course uses all available performance instruments, technologies, and modalities to produce intermedia experiences. Throughout the semester, UNO students work on composing and rehearsing their creations. At the end of the semester, UNO students engage in the community by performing their final work at the Benson First Friday event. Traditional MKT 3370.001
PR & ADVERTISING CAPSTONE (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3247) Educational Support Emerging Ladies Academy College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 14 225 0 0 0 0 Students will create a comprehensive multimedia campaign tailored for their community partner, effectively serving as their client. JMC 4450.001 Traditional
SOWK 1500.001 Service Learning Project (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3248) Educational Support Down Syndrome Alliance of the Midlands, Sheltering Tree Inc, Whispering Roots College of Public Affiars and Community Service Service Learning Course None Spring 2023-24 Spring 2023-24 24 552 0 0 0 0 Each student will complete 20 hours of service learning with a local community organization, requiring participants to explore and review its services, culminating in a professional group presentation to showcase their experiences, strengthen referral skills, and enhance presentation abilities crucial in the field of social work. SOWK 1500.001 Traditional
SOWK 1500.850 Service Learning Project (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3249) Educational Support Completely Kids, Down Syndrome Alliance of the Midlands, Ollie Webb Center, Rose Theater, WhyArts College of Public Affiars and Community Service, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 25 361 0 0 0 0 Each student will complete 20 hours of service learning with a local community organization, requiring participants to explore and review its services, culminating in a professional group presentation to showcase their experiences, strengthen referral skills, and enhance presentation abilities crucial in the field of social work. SOWK 1500.850 P-16
HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS ( Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3250) Educational Support Marian High School College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 6 16 0 0 0 0 UNO students partner with students from Marian High School to learn more about the history of mathematics. UNO students make videos of historical mathematicians. These videos are then posted on YouTube. Together, UNO and Marian High School students explore the sometimes funny historical facts while researching these mathematicians. MATH 3850.860 P-16
Social Media Campaign Project (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3251) Educational Support Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 23 368 0 0 0 0 UNO students work in groups to enhance a real-world company's brand through social media presence. The students make strategic posts on a social media platform throughout the semester, and analyze the post-performance data. At the end of the project, the students present their work, providing an analysis of how effective their various post strategies were. MKT 3370.001 Traditional
Race, Psychology, and Difference (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3252) Educational Support Access period, Alternatives to Violence Project - Omaha, Caroles House of Hope, Completely Kids, Open Door Mission, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Omaha, Share My Smile Organization, Stephen Center College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 32 832 0 0 0 0 Students will work in groups (or independently) and partner with a local nonprofit organization to learn about their efforts to combat the effects of racism (i.e., redlining, mass incarceration, food deserts, inequitable public education, predatory lending, maternal mortality, and voter suppression) or any other “ism” covered in class. Students will research and inform fellow groups on the nonprofit organization’s history, significance, goals/mission statement, rationale, stakeholders and targeted groups, events, program activities, planned outcomes, clients, staffing, management plan, financial support/budget, and their personal experience volunteering at the organization. Each student is expected to volunteer at least five hours of community service to the selected organization from the list provided. Lastly, students will vote on which local nonprofit organization presented could most benefit from UNO’s $1,000 MPI course grant based on the course project findings. PSYC 3250.850 MPI
Educational Psychology (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3253) Educational Support Access period, Autism Society of NE, Caroles House of Hope, COPE (Christian Outreach Program, Creighton University, Girls Inc., Hope Center For Kids, Kids Can, Omaha Street School, Open Door Mission, Outlook Enrichment, Phoenix Academy, Project harmony, ShareOmaha, SPARK Positivity, Stephen Center, TeamMates Mentoring, YMCA of Greater Omaha College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 30 780 0 0 0 0 "Students will work in groups (or independently) and partner with a local nonprofit organization to learn about the role teachers play in students’ development and academic achievement. Students are expected to create a presentation (or write a clear and concise paper) summarizing their service learning experience, integrating key concepts from class, assignments and group discussions. In short, in the presentation or paper, students will research and inform their classmates on their selected nonprofit organization’s history, significance, goals/mission statement, rationale, description of stakeholders and targeted groups, events, program activities, planned outcomes, management plan, financial support/budget, and their personal experience volunteering at the organization. Each student is expected to volunteer at least five hours of community service to the selected local nonprofit organization from the list provided. Then, students will vote on which organization presented by their classmates could most benefit from UNO’s $1,000 MPI course grant based on the course project findings." PSYC 3510.850 MPI
Educational Psychology -001(Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3254) Educational Support Access period, Autism Society of NE, Caroles House of Hope, COPE (Christian Outreach Program, Girls Inc., Hope Center For Kids, Kids Can, Omaha Street School, Open Door Mission, Outlook Enrichment, Phoenix Academy, Project harmony, ShareOmaha, SPARK Positivity, Stephen Center, TeamMates Mentoring, YMCA of Greater Omaha College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 30 780 0 0 0 0 "Students will work in groups (or independently) and partner with a local nonprofit organization to learn about the role teachers play in students’ development and academic achievement. Students are expected to create a presentation (or write a clear and concise paper) summarizing their service learning experience, integrating key concepts from class, assignments and group discussions. In short, in the presentation or paper, students will research and inform their classmates on their selected nonprofit organization’s history, significance, goals/mission statement, rationale, description of stakeholders and targeted groups, events, program activities, planned outcomes, management plan, financial support/budget, and their personal experience volunteering at the organization. Each student is expected to volunteer at least five hours of community service to the selected local nonprofit organization from the list provided. Then, students will vote on which organization presented by their classmates could most benefit from UNO’s $1,000 MPI course grant based on the course project findings." PSYC 3510.851 MPI
African American Psychology (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3255) Educational Support All In The Family Mentoring & Support Services, American Red Cross, Black Agenda Alliance (BAA), Habitat for Humanity: Council Bluffs, Omaha Street School, Open Door Mission, Salvation Army College of Arts and Sciences Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 30 780 0 0 0 0 The purpose of this project is for UNO college students to develop their understanding of African American psychology through the student philanthropy model of service learning. UNO students are seeking organizations that are Black-led and Black-focused. Students will work with select community partners during the semester for their final course project. With this project, UNO students will be required to volunteer for a minimum of 5 hours and do something tangible in the community. Volunteer opportunities will be based on the needs of the organization. Students will be learning about service leadership and will present how they used leadership/course content in their service work. For the final presentation, students will do their own independent research into the organization and present that along with their experiences volunteering for the organization of their choice. At the end of the semester, students will vote for one organization to receive the $1000 grant. PSYC 4150.850 MPI
Comm, Health and Disparities (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3256) Educational Support Hillcrest Health, My Sister's Keeper, NAMI Nebraska, No More Empty Pots, The Wellbeing Partners Communication Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 25 185 0 0 0 0 This service learning course requires students to identify an organization that focuses on health disparities, and provide a service based on the organization's needs. At the end of the semester, students will vote for one organization to receive a $1000 grant. COMM 8220.001 MPI
Fundamentals of Public Speaking (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3257) Educational Support Aqua - Africa, Completely Kids, Dear Diabetes Inc, Family Housing Advisory Services, Immigrant Legal Center, Keep Omaha Beautiful, Meyers Foundation for Disabilities, Nebraska Humane Society, Nebraska Medicine, NeighborGood, Omaha Area Sanctuary Network, Refugee Empowerment Center, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Communication Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 26 312 0 0 0 0 Students will be required to give two speeches for this course - an informative speech, and a persuasive speech. In the informative speech, the students will talk about their research on the different areas of improvement within the community. Following this speech, the students will each choose a nonprofit of their choice and give a persuasive speech as to how the nonprofit is contributing to the area of focus they chose for the informative speech. At the end of the semester, the students will vote for one organization to recieve the $1000 grant. CMST 1110.009 MPI
Fundamentals of Public Speaking -001(Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3258) Educational Support 3 Sisters, Abide Omaha, Building Bright Futures, Council Bluffs Pantry Association, Empowerment Network, Felius Cat Cafe and Rescue, Good New Jail and Prison Ministry, Habitat for Humanity: Council Bluffs, Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy (HETRA), Heartland Workers Center, inCOMMON Community Development, Mode Shift Omaha, Release Inc, Restored Wings, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Omaha, Trans Stitchin Communication Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 24 288 0 0 0 0 Students will be required to give two speeches for this course - an informative speech, and a persuasive speech. In the informative speech, the students will talk about their research on the different areas of improvement within the community. Following this speech, the students will each choose a nonprofit of their choice and give a persuasive speech as to how the nonprofit is contributing to the area of focus they chose for the informative speech. At the end of the semester, the students will vote for one organization to recieve the $1000 grant. CMST 1110.11 MPI
Fundamentals of Public Speaking -002(Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3259) Educational Support Children's Square U.S.A., Child Saving Institute, Empowerment Network, First Responders Foundation, Henry Doorly Zoo, Immigrant Legal Center, Jeanette Hunt Blair Animal Shelter, Jesus Son of Mary Center, Keep Omaha Beautiful, Learning Community Foundation of Douglas and Sarpy counties, Maha Music Festival, Nebraska Early Childhood Collaborative, Nebraska Humane Society, Omaha Academy of Ballet, Omaha Crime Stoppers, Omaha Police Department, Project harmony, Special Olympics Nebraska Inc. Communication Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 24 288 0 0 0 0 Students will be required to give two speeches for this course - an informative speech, and a persuasive speech. In the informative speech, the students will talk about their research on the different areas of improvement within the community. Following this speech, the students will each choose a nonprofit of their choice and give a persuasive speech as to how the nonprofit is contributing to the area of focus they chose for the informative speech. CMST 1110.015 Traditional
Marking Innovation (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3260) Educational Support Henry Doorly Zoo Business Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 12 21 0 0 0 0 Students enrolled in this course will explore and address key challenges identified by our community partner at the Zoo encompassing one or two of the multifaceted issue areas. Students will use AI to help identify and expand the experience of consumers at the Zoo and select the best solution to implement.  MKT 3400.001 Traditional
Culturally Responsive Teaching(Summer 2024): 2023-24 (3261) Educational Support Caroles House of Hope, No More Empty Pots, Stephen Center College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Summer 2023-24 None 30 240 0 0 0 0 Lewis and Clark students will visit community sites (No More Empty Pots, Carole’s House of Hope, and the Stephen’s Center). Students will be given a tour, giving them the opportunity to ask questions of staff during the visits. The students might also have some volunteer opportunities during these visits. UNO students in the course are brand new to the world of education, so service learning is a good way to connect with P-12 students as they engage in their own coursework. Lewis and Clark students will work together in various groups with the UNO students and discuss their experiences at the community organizations. At the end of the course, Lewis and Clark students will advocate for two of the visited organizations of their choice to receive the a grant. The top choice will receive $750, and the second choice will receive a $250 MPI grant and present their case to the UNO students in their groups. The UNO students, then, along with the Lewis and Clark students will vote for one organization to receive the grant. TED 8180.001 MPI
International Language Learners (Summer 2024): 2023-24 (3262) Educational Support Aksarben Village Senior Living, Dial Senior Living, WhyArts International Programs Service Learning None None Summer 2023-24 None 8 64 0 0 0 0 International Language Learners class strives to help students learn English as a second language and provide academic and professional support. This class has two events that allows the international language learning students from UNO to collaborate with Aksarben Senior Living, WhyArts, and Holling Heights Elementary students to make art for an art gallery for senior residents. The collaboration allows ILUNO students to engage with the community and collaborate with elementary students and senior citizens.  ILUNO 3695.001 P-16
INTRO TO TEACHING ESL (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3263) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools College of Public Affiars and Community Service Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 24 752 0 0 0 0 Students taking TED 2050.002 are paired with a local high school class of multilingual learners. Students can put their class learning to use by supporting high school students by preparing lessons on UNO, the college experience, Social Emotional Learning, and more. TED 2050.002 P-16
RES METHDS IN ECON & BUS (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3264) Educational Support Henry Doorly Zoo Business Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 11 121 0 0 0 0 Students in ECON 8290 use methodology of economic to complete research over comminity partner's economics. Student experince professional growth by sharing infromation discovering in research to community partner. ECON 8290.001 Traditional
Soil Sampling -001 (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3265) Educational Support City Sprouts College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 16 576 0 0 0 0 Students enrolled in GEOL 4330 will work with a local high school group to collect soil samples from around the city. Those soil samples will be tested by both the UNO students and the high school students. GEOL 4330.001 P-16
UNDERSTANDING AND SUPPORTING YOUR CHILD’S DEVELOPMENT AND BEHAVIOR2023): 2023-24 (3266) Educational Support Learning Community Center of North Omaha College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 10 230 0 0 0 0 Students teach parents at Parent University at Learning Community of North Omaha around early childhood development. PSYC 9560.850 P-16
CRITICAL THINKING FOR STUDENTS (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3267) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools Success Academy Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 8 13 0 0 0 0 Students from US 1010 and 6th graders from Laura Cruz’s Jackson Elementary class will come together to discuss college readiness over a meal, Q&A activity, and campus scavenger hunt  US 1010.007 P-16
Spanish Civilization (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3268) Educational Support Intercultural Senior Center Foreign Languages Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 22 88 0 0 0 0 Weekly art history class that empower seniors to express their experiences through painting SPAN 3410.001 Traditional
Adopt a Classroom (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3269) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools Young Scholars Program Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 13 0 0 0 0 0 This project is a yearlong project where UNO Young Scholars have partnered with fourth-grade students from Washington Elementary School. This project reinforces the goals of the Young Scholars to perform service in the community that coincides with their college experience while also allowing early college exposure to fourth grade students. P-16
EVALUATION OF SOCIAL PROGRAMS (Fall 2023): 2023-24 (3270) Educational Support ONE Omaha College of Public Affiars and Community Service, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Fall 2023-24 None 35 315 0 0 0 0 "This advanced research course prepares students to lead and participate in all components of a program evaluation or needs assessment for a social welfare agency. After identifying and expressing the need for the program and the professional literature related to the program, students will prepare a logic model. Students will differentiate between process and outcome evaluation, while exploring ethics and knowledge surrounding research methodology such as choosing a measurement tool, and research and sampling design. Finally, students will conduct data analysis using Microsoft Excel and increase their skills in data visualization and reporting. The skill of writing useful recommendations in the context of the organizational structure is vitally important." SOWK 8940.001 Traditional
Bullying Awareness- Golden Hills Elementary Student Council (Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3271) Educational Support Golden Hills Elementary School, La Vista West Elementary School, RESPECT Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 13 104 0 0 0 0 Golden Hills Elementary (GHE) student council students collaborate with RESPECT to spread anti-bullying awareness throughout the elementary school. To do this, RESPECT performs an anti-bullying play for the student council students, and then assists them in creating their own anti-bullying play. At the end of the semester, the students film their final version of their anti-bullying play, and the video is played in each classroom throughout the school to bring awareness to the issue.
Behavior Analysis & Interventions (Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3304) Educational Support Bellevue Public Schools, Bennington Elementary School, La Vista Jr High School, Omaha Public Schools, Ralston High School Psychology, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 10 163 0 0 0 0 Students are matched with a school psychologist or behavior consultant and classroom teacher from a school within the Omaha/Council Bluffs metro area. Students observe and consult a school-age student throughout the semester to practice functional assessment techniques on a real case, view student behavior in light of operant conditions, and then recommend and model changes to existing behavior support plans. PSYC 8576.001 P-16
Tech, Science & Civilization (Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3305) Educational Support Prairie STEM Engineering and Construction, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 18 293 0 0 0 0 Students support Prairie STEM with their outreach efforts through designing an Arduino based STEMBoT 2 of an educational robot used for K-12 STEM community outreach. Students also assist with the completion of the Sustainable Small Home for a future open house tour. ENGR 469.001 P-16
MBA PROJECT-FOCUSED CAPSTONE -001(Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3306) Educational Support Football for the World Foundation, Omaha Integrative Care Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 13 211 0 0 0 0 Students provide business-oriented consulting services in areas such as strategic planning, finance, marketing, supply chains, and human resource management for small and medium-sized businesses and not-for-profit organizations in the Omaha area. BSAD 8800.820 TRADITIONAL
Capstone Project (Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3307) Educational Support Brunswick School Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 50 815 0 0 0 0 Students work on a team-based real-world project, practicing software engineering skills and applying fundamental computer science principles acquired throughout their undergraduate study. CSCI 4970.001 TRADITIONAL
Social Media Measurement & Management(Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3308) Educational Support Douglas County Health Department Fine Arts Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 15 244 0 0 0 0 Students propose comprehensive social media planning and create sample content for clients. JMC 4040.820 TRADITIONAL
JMC Capstone I (Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3309) Educational Support Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands, Omaha Sister Cities Association Art and Art History, Music, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 12 195 0 0 0 0 Students develop integrated marketing communication campaigns and a three month run in PR agency life by producing content for clients. JMC 4450.860 TRADITIONAL
NONPROFIT ORGS & MGMT (Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3310) Educational Support AIM Institute Social Work Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 21 342 0 0 0 0 PA 3500 undergraduate students created Equity Audits for non-profits in various departments (from HR to philanthropy). Students were divided into three groups and collaborated with one of three community partners. Each group conducted two (60-minute) interviews with the organizations and asked them to complete a survey at the end of the semester. Students had the opportunity to hear from several guest lecturers about non-profit management through the DEAI lens. PA 3500
DATA ANALYSIS FROM SCRATCH (Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3311) Educational Support Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum Business Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 11 179 0 0 0 0 Econometrics is routinely taught as an application class using a 'black box' like Stata or SAS to perform calculations. This class takes a different approach. Using the Python programming language, we build all estimators from scratch. Additionally, we introduce numerous non-parametric and simulation techniques. This approach to econometrics results in a stronger understanding of statistical assumptions and methods, a better understanding of when a method is appropriate, and stronger programming techniques. Furthermore, a deeper understanding of the underlying mechanics provides the student the ability to program custom procedures not already built into popular software packages. As part of the course, students will work with a community partner to answer a real question with data; MBA students should consult with their advisor about this course satisfying the project-focused capstone requirement. ECON 8330.001
DATA ANALYSIS FROM SCRATCH -001(Fall 2022): 2022-23 (3312) Educational Support StoveTeam International Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Fall 2022-23 None 7 114 0 0 0 0 Econometrics is routinely taught as an application class using a 'black box' like Stata or SAS to perform calculations. This class takes a different approach. Using the Python programming language, we build all estimators from scratch. Additionally, we introduce numerous non-parametric and simulation techniques. This approach to econometrics results in a stronger understanding of statistical assumptions and methods, a better understanding of when a method is appropriate, and stronger programming techniques. Furthermore, a deeper understanding of the underlying mechanics provides the student the ability to program custom procedures not already built into popular software packages. As part of the course, students will work with a community partner to answer a real question with data; MBA students should consult with their advisor about this course satisfying the project-focused capstone requirement. ECON 8330.820
INTRO TOPICS BIOLOGY (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3313) Educational Support Yellowstone National Park College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 11 179 0 0 0 0 This is course is a lecture and/or laboratory course for Biology and non-Biology majors pertaining to a specific biological topic not available in the regular curriculum. For winter 2023, students traveled to Yellowstone National Park and participated in a research project. BIOL 2030.820 TRADITIONAL
SMNR:ASSESSMT & CURRICULUM DSN (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3314) Educational Support Crestridge International Studies and Dual Language School, Omaha Public Schools College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 10 163 0 0 0 0 This course will familiarize (future) language educators with current trends in the assessment of language skills as well as expose them to the design, implementation, and evaluation of second language curricula. FLNG 8040.850 P-16
SYSTEM DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3315) Educational Support The Right Reflection Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 11 179 0 0 0 0 This is the second course in a sequence in computer information systems analysis, design, and implementation. This course extends the basic foundations of systems development started in ISQA 4110 and examines the activities comprising the design, construction and implementation of information systems. ISQA 4120.001
SYSTEM DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION-001(Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3316) Educational Support The Right Reflection Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 42 684 0 0 0 0 This is the second course in a sequence in computer information systems analysis, design, and implementation. This course extends the basic foundations of systems development started in ISQA 4110 and examines the activities comprising the design, construction and implementation of information systems. ISQA 4120.850
ADV STAT METHODS FOR IS&T(Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3317) Educational Support Omaha Girls Rock Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 18 293 0 0 0 0 This course emphasizes the application and interpretation of statistical methods including design of experiments, analysis of variance, multiple regression, and nonparametric procedures and the use of statistical computer packages. The intent is to develop quantitative abilities needed for quantitatively intensive jobs and for advanced study in management information systems, computer science and information technology. (Cross-listed with ISQA 8156) ISQA 4150.820
PSYCH OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3318) Educational Support Project harmony College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 10 163 0 0 0 0 The content of this course will focus on children who are identified as "exceptional"; in terms of behavioral, cognitive, and learning problems. Exceptionality in this sense includes students who are in need of preventative and/or intervention-based services. The topics will be approached from a multidisciplinary perspective and emphasis will be placed on utilizing a response to intervention approach in working with exceptional individuals. The service-learning component of the course will require students to learn about the educational environment by spending time in an elementary classroom, consulting with school staff and addressing the educational needs of students. PSYC 8590.001 TRADITIONAL
ADV CONSULTATN IN PSYC & EDUC (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3319) Educational Support Westside Middle School College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 10 163 0 0 0 0 The course is designed to provide education and psychology professionals a comprehensive understanding of foundational theories and processes of consultation applied to education and psychology problems of children. A major objective is to focus on developing consultation skills considered necessary to be an effective consultant through direct practice and feedback. The course will emphasize the relationship between the consultant and parents, teachers, and other professionals within the school and child mental health settings. PSYC 9780.001 P-16
CAPSTONE COURSE: 2022-23 (3320) Educational Support Ernie Chambers Foundation College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 4 65 0 0 0 0 The course provides students with the opportunity to refine their practice of interdisciplinary thinking and its application to the real world; to demonstrate the knowledge and skills acquired thus far with the production of a senior project; to produce a rationale for their capstone project and specializations legible to potential employers. INDS 4950.001 TRADITIONAL
POLITICS OF HUMAN RIGHTS (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3321) Educational Support Scholars at Risk College of Arts and Sciences, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 23 374 0 0 0 0 This course introduces students to human rights issues across the globe and explores the theoretical foundations of human rights as well as human rights institutions and transitional justice. (Cross-listed with PSCI 8245) PSCI 3240.850 TRADITIONAL
ADV SYSTEMS ANALYSIS & DESIGN (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3322) Social Justice Department of Defense Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 6 97 0 0 0 0 This course is a systems analysis and design course for systems and business analysts. The course presents an overview of object-oriented system analysis and design. The course will then focus on theory, best practices, and modern methodologies that analysts can use to analyze and design information systems. ISQA 8220.001 TRADITIONAL
STORYTELLING WITH DATA (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3323) Educational Support DoD - Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 6 97 0 0 0 0 This course provides an in-depth study of how to build a compelling story using data for business professionals to make winning arguments, it provides an overview of a number of technologies and research disciplines that enabled the power of data visualization. Data visualization is critical to managing large volumes of data, and can be defined as the science (analytical) and art (design) of manipulating and presenting data for expression and cognitive recognition. Data visualization involves using data in a way that humans can clearly understand, supporting efforts by organization to gain competitive advantage by changing operations, decision-making, and strategic initiatives. This semester students are working on data analysis related to US Defense Service members lost in conflict. ISQA 8750.001 TRADITIONAL
CAPSTONE MGMT INFORMATN SYSTEMS(Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3324) Educational Support Marked By Covid Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 18 294 0 0 0 0 The course consists of a student executed Information Systems design project providing an in-depth practical experience. It typically covers system conceptualization, analysis, and design. It may also involve prototyping. The project will typically not include the actual implementation of the system. This course replaces the MS in MIS comprehensive exam requirement. This semester students work on building a web application to keep track of Covid memorials and remembrance across the US. ISQA 8950.001 TRADITIONAL
PROFESSIONAL SELLING (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3325) Educational Support Mutual of Omaha, Northwestern Mutual Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 30 489 0 0 0 0 This course focuses on professional selling and relationship marketing principles and practices. A variety of personal and direct sales techniques, psychology, and application of personal communication theory will be applied. Role-plays and presentations will be utilized to help students learn and execute the sales process model. MKT 3100.003 TRADITIONAL
PROFESSIONAL SELLING-001(Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3326) Educational Support Mutual of Omaha, Northwestern Mutual Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 30 489 0 0 0 0 This course focuses on professional selling and relationship marketing principles and practices. A variety of personal and direct sales techniques, psychology, and application of personal communication theory will be applied. Role-plays and presentations will be utilized to help students learn and execute the sales process model. MKT 3100.004 TRADITIONAL
PROFESSIONAL SELLING -002 (Spring 2023): 2023-24 (3327) Educational Support Mutual of Omaha, Northwestern Mutual Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 28 456 0 0 0 0 This course focuses on professional selling and relationship marketing principles and practices. A variety of personal and direct sales techniques, psychology, and application of personal communication theory will be applied. Role-plays and presentations will be utilized to help students learn and execute the sales process model. MKT 3100.001 TRADITIONAL
PROFESSIONAL SELLING -003(Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3328) International Service Mutual of Omaha, Northwestern Mutual Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 30 489 0 0 0 0 This course focuses on professional selling and relationship marketing principles and practices. A variety of personal and direct sales techniques, psychology, and application of personal communication theory will be applied. Role-plays and presentations will be utilized to help students learn and execute the sales process model.
PROFESSIONAL SELLING -004(Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3329) Educational Support Mutual of Omaha, Northwestern Mutual Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 25 407 0 0 0 0 This course focuses on professional selling and relationship marketing principles and practices. A variety of personal and direct sales techniques, psychology, and application of personal communication theory will be applied. Role-plays and presentations will be utilized to help students learn and execute the sales process model. MKT 3100.850 TRADITIONAL
PROFESSIONAL SELLING -005(Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3330) Educational Support Mutual of Omaha, Northwestern Mutual Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 25 407 0 0 0 0 This course focuses on professional selling and relationship marketing principles and practices. A variety of personal and direct sales techniques, psychology, and application of personal communication theory will be applied. Role-plays and presentations will be utilized to help students learn and execute the sales process model. MKT 3100.851 TRADITIONAL
TCHG/ASSESS RDING IN ELEM SCHLS (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3332) Educational Support Omaha Fire Department College of Education, Health, and Human Science, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 28 456 0 0 0 0 This course provides an introduction to reading theories, foundational principles such as phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension, fluency, effective instructional practices, and reading assessment and evaluation as they relate to improving K-6 student learning. It includes consideration of emergent and content area literacy, and students' learning needs and cultures. This semester, students are working with the Omaha Fire Department to create lesson plans that focus on literacy and fire prevention. TED 335O.001 TRADITIONAL
CHEM IN ENVIRONMENT & SOCIETY(Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3333) Educational Support North High, Omaha Public Schools Chemistry Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 27 440 0 0 0 0 A study of modern society's impact on our environment and the chemistry needed to understand it. The primary focus is the underlying chemistry of the effects of energy production and properties of fuels while including social, political and economic connections. Impacts on air and water quality, climate change, and fossil fuels are discussed. Additional course topics may also include the ozone layer, plastics, medicine and nutrition. (Fall, spring) Fulfills a University General Education Natural/Physical Science Requirement. CHEM 1010.001 P-16
GLOBAL SOURCING AND INNOVATION (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3334) Educational Support Union Pacific, Valmont Industries Inc. Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 33 537 0 0 0 0 This course focuses on global suppliers as partners in the development and commercialization of new products. Students will learn about open innovation and the integration of internal and external business systems in new product innovation. Students will develop an understanding of regulatory policies related to information sharing and the intellectual property rights of buyers and suppliers. (Cross-listed with SCMT 4350) BSAD 8356.850 TRADITIONAL
IND PURCH & LOGIST MGT (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3335) Educational Support Alliance for a Better Omaha, Nebraska Business Development Center, Union Pacific Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 28 456 0 0 0 0 This course will focus on the strategic procurement of products and services in order to gain a competitive advantage through integrated supply management. Students will learn about strategic supply management, contract negotiation, and supplier quality management. Students will develop an understanding of supplier performance management through the use of supply chain information systems. (Cross-listed with MKT 4380, SCMT 4380) BSAD 8386.850 TRADITIONAL
SQL AND DATABASES FOR DATA SCIENCE (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3336) Educational Support National Counterterrorism Innovation, Technology, and Education Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 22 358 0 0 0 0 Analytics requires data. Within an organization, this data is usually housed in databases. In this class, you will extract data from these systems using Structured Query Language (SQL), programmatically combine multiple datasets, and learn advanced programmatic data cleaning techniques, such as regular expression. ECON 3310.001/ ECON 3310.820 TRADITIONAL
INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3341) Educational Support Omaha Childrens Museum Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 7 114 0 0 0 0 In this class we will examine why firms and industries behave the way that they do. We will explore why some industries face intense competition while others enjoy large profits, why some industries offer only bundles, and why some firms buy up their supply chain when others do not. This theoretical course will illuminate un-theoretical implications to your life and future business ventures. This course will use your economic knowledge, a bit of psychology (behavioral economics) and game theory to answer questions like "Why does everyone hate the cable company?" and "Why are CEOs given so many stock options?" ECON 4210.850/8216.850 TRADITIONAL
TOOLS FOR DATA ANALYSIS (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3342) Educational Support Human Rights Violators and War Crimes Center (HRVWCC) Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 27 440 0 0 0 0 The course will cover basic principles of programming languages, as well as libraries useful in collecting, cleaning and analyzing data to answer research questions. The course will utilize basic Economic principles and Econometric methods as inspiration for assignments and projects throughout the duration of the course, and will do so in a way that is accessible to non-Economists. This course is intended to introduce the student to the Python programming language as a tool for conducting data analysis. While the course uses Python, the student should be able to move to other languages frequently used in data analysis using the principles taught in this course. ECON 8320.001
BUSINESS FORECASTING (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3343) Educational Support Human Rights Violators and War Crimes Center (HRVWCC) Business, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Spring 2022-23 None 25 407 0 0 0 0 The course will cover forecasting tools and applications applied to business settings. The first half of the course will cover traditional Econometric forecasting methods and the second half of the course will focus on predictive analytics models and machine learning. Time in the computer lab will be focused on teaching students how to implement the models discussed in lectures. (Cross-listed with BSAD 8080). ECON 8310.850 TRADITIONAL
TCHG/ASSESS RDNG IN Elementary schools(Spring 2024): 2023-24 (3344) Educational Support Omaha Metro College of Education, Health, and Human Science Service Learning None None Spring 2023-24 None 23 529 0 0 0 0 Students taking TED 3350 in the last 6 weeks of the course will work on curriculum to encourage ESL families to practice English in everyday environments TED 3350 Traditional
MEDIA WRITING (Summer 2023): 2022-23 (3345) Educational Support Emerging Ladies Academy, Omaha Steaks College of Communications, Fine Arts, and Media, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Summer 2022-23 None 6 21 0 0 0 0 Students will create a feature writing piece on each of the organizations. The professor will select the “winning” article for each business as multiple students will likely write about each business. The articles will be shared with the Omaha Star. All businesses are women-led and predominantly women of color run businesses. These are experienced business owners who have been doing this work for some time. JMC 2100.850 Traditional
MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION (Summer 2023): 2022-23 (3346) Educational Support Caroles House of Hope, Stephen Center College of Communications, Fine Arts, and Media, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Summer 2022-23 None 20 360 0 0 0 0 UNO students helped Lewis and Clarke students edit their reports on what they gathered from each service site they visited without UNO students present. TED 8210.501 Direct
CADRE Conference (Summer 2023): 2022-23 (3347) Educational Support Omaha Public Schools College of Communications, Fine Arts, and Media, Service Learning Academy (SLA) Service Learning None None Summer 2022-23 None 34 210 0 0 0 0 The project provides an opportunity for teachers to complete an accelerated master's program while receiving support from UNO faculty, veteran teachers, and other first-year teachers. The program centers around the exchange of knowledge and services between UNO and participating local school districts by placing fully licensed CADRE Teachers in classrooms throughout the participating districts. The CADRE conference is one of the culuminating event for UNO students in the CADRE program to showcase their research. TED 8320.860 and .861 Traditional
HIGH INT: LISTENING SPEAKING: 2022-23 (3348) Educational Support Intercultural Senior Center International Studies Service Learning None None Summer 2022-23 None 16 87 0 0 0 0 The goal for students is to practice their English speaking/listening skills during the ISC's English classes and arts classes with seniors. ILUNO 3695 Traditional
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