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:
Durango Days (Fall 2022): 2022-23 (2732) Educational Support, Social Justice Coalition Rx, Elevate Omaha Inc, Inclusive Communities, Learning for ALL, NAMI Nebraska, The Wellbeing Partners, WhyArts Maverick Food Pantry, Student Service and Leadership Collaborative (The Collaborative) Knowledge and Resource Sharing Other None Fall 2022-23 Fall 2022-23 0 0 0 0 0 0 Capacity Building CEC Building Partner Organizations interacted with hundreds of UNO students, allowing them to learn more about volunteer opportunities and needs in the community. Organizations were able to share their missions and activities in order for students to think about how they can get involved. Organizations reported that students took the information, and many see opportunities for follow-up engagement.
Prescription Drug Takeback UNO Event (Fall 2022): 2022-23 (2733) Health and Wellness Coalition Rx Public Safety Knowledge and Resource Sharing None None Fall 2022-23 None 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNO Police and Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center (CEC) building partner, Coalition Rx, will host a special event for UNO students, faculty, and staff to safely dispose of prescription drugs.
Collaborative Interns Coalition Rx (2658) Social Justice Coalition Rx Student Service and Leadership Collaborative (The Collaborative) Community-Based Learning Internship/Externship None Fall 2022-23 None None 3 1,080 0 0 0 0 Capacity Building UNO students hired as Collaborative interns are matched with community organizations, working 10 hours a week for that organization in the community. Students are paid through the grant-funded program. Nonprofits coordinate meaningful work for interns to benefit the student experience in different ways. Students typically intern during the fall and spring semesters and may serve the same organization for more than one academic year. Each unique student that works as a Collaborative intern with this specific community partner is identified within this project.
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