Projects Report

This report shows the various collaborative projects between UNO and the community.

Engagement Type: Service Learning
Activity Type: Course
Start Semester: Fall
Total UNO Students: 13
Start Academic Year: 2017-18
UNO Student Hours: 156
End Semester: None
Total K-12 Students: 23
End Academic Year: None
K-12 Student Hours: 253
Total Number of Other Participants: 0
Topics: STEM/STEM Education, Wildlife/Animal Welfare

Description : Rose Strasser's UNO Animal Behavior Lab worked with Shelly Brown's 8th grade OLL science students. The students observed animals at Henry Doorly Zoo and then did additional research regarding the issues the zoo had previously identified on the selected animals. Students created poster presentations and presented their findings at Our Lady of Lourdes in the late fall.
Engagement Type: Knowledge and Resource Sharing
Activity Type: None
Start Semester: Spring
Total UNO Students: 0
Start Academic Year: 2017-18
UNO Student Hours: 0
End Semester: None
Total K-12 Students: 0
End Academic Year: None
K-12 Student Hours: 0
Total Number of Other Participants: 0
Topics: Capacity Building

Description :
Engagement Type: Service Learning
Activity Type: Course
Start Semester: Fall
Total UNO Students: 30
Start Academic Year: 2017-18
UNO Student Hours: 300
End Semester: None
Total K-12 Students: 0
End Academic Year: None
K-12 Student Hours: 0
Total Number of Other Participants: 0
Topics: Literacy

Description : Students are creating a resource book for WIC clients to increase access to resources available to them.
Engagement Type: Knowledge and Resource Sharing
Activity Type: Meeting / Gathering
Start Semester: Fall
Total UNO Students: 0
Start Academic Year: 2017-18
UNO Student Hours: 0
End Semester:
Total K-12 Students: 0
End Academic Year: None
K-12 Student Hours: 0
Total Number of Other Participants: 14
Topics:

Description : None
Engagement Type: Knowledge and Resource Sharing
Activity Type: Meeting / Gathering
Start Semester: Fall
Total UNO Students: 0
Start Academic Year: 2017-18
UNO Student Hours: 0
End Semester: Fall
Total K-12 Students: 0
End Academic Year: 2017-18
K-12 Student Hours: 0
Total Number of Other Participants: 0
Topics:

Description : WiSTEM Pro^2 will welcome Dr. Erica Holley, Associate Professor of Management at Central Washington University. She will join us via Zoom to present and discuss earned her research is focused on stress and burnout, emotional regulation, justice perceptions, and relational attributions in the workplace. Come join WiSTEM Pro^2 for an informal, bring your own lunch networking meeting. All are welcome! Our Mission: WiSTEM Pro2 is dedicated to the promotion of women in STEM through mentoring, continued dialogue and professional development through collaboration across UNO campus initiatives and engaging organizations. The group is open to all individuals interested in advancing the careers and leadership opportunities for women.
Engagement Type: Knowledge and Resource Sharing
Activity Type: Community-oriented lecture/event
Start Semester: Spring
Total UNO Students: 0
Start Academic Year: 2017-18
UNO Student Hours: 0
End Semester: Spring
Total K-12 Students: 0
End Academic Year: 2017-18
K-12 Student Hours: 0
Total Number of Other Participants: 18
Topics:

Description : Grant Moran is an Emmy-winning screenwriter for animation whose work has focused primarily on children’s television. In varied roles as network executive, producer, head writer, staff writer, and creative consultant, he has worked on projects for Warner Brothers Animation, Nickelodeon, PBS, Cartoon Network, and Marvel, among many others. He is currently head writer on the upcoming Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures for Mattel, writing for the new “Marvel’s Spider-Man” series, and developing new projects with clients around the world.
Engagement Type: Service Learning
Activity Type: Course
Start Semester: Fall
Total UNO Students: 14
Start Academic Year: 2017-18
UNO Student Hours: 238
End Semester: None
Total K-12 Students: 15
End Academic Year: None
K-12 Student Hours: 0
Total Number of Other Participants: 0
Topics: Literacy, Youth Programming

Description : Dr. Brian McKevitt's Psychology in the Schools students at UNO are tutoring children in an after school program with Westside Boys and Girls Club. UNO students will assess students in reading and implement interventions. UNO students acted as mentors for elementary students.
Engagement Type: Service Learning
Activity Type: Course
Start Semester: Fall
Total UNO Students: 14
Start Academic Year: 2016-17
UNO Student Hours: 245
End Semester:
Total K-12 Students: 14
End Academic Year: None
K-12 Student Hours: 14
Total Number of Other Participants: 0
Topics: Literacy, Youth Programming

Description :
Engagement Type: Knowledge and Resource Sharing
Activity Type: None
Start Semester: Summer
Total UNO Students: 0
Start Academic Year: 2017-18
UNO Student Hours: 0
End Semester: None
Total K-12 Students: 0
End Academic Year: None
K-12 Student Hours: 0
Total Number of Other Participants: 0
Topics: Capacity Building

Description :
Engagement Type: Service Learning
Activity Type: Course
Start Semester: Spring
Total UNO Students: 14
Start Academic Year: 2017-18
UNO Student Hours: 252
End Semester: None
Total K-12 Students: 16
End Academic Year: None
K-12 Student Hours: 144
Total Number of Other Participants: 0
Topics: Literacy, Music/Dance

Description : The elementary students and UNO students worked together to create music and reading videos in their own native language. The videos were used for the Omaha Public Library summer camp.
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