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:|
|WhyArts STEM Curriculum Development (Spring 2022): 2022-23 (2833)||Educational Support||WhyArts||STEM Education||Knowledge and Resource Sharing||None||None||Spring||2022-23||Spring||2022-23||10||0||0||0||0||0||They advised on some curriculum artwork (lesson plan booklets) that was associated with some afterschool programing, with the project called NE STEM 4U. The curriculum was used in afterschool programming within 7 area middle schools, and about 10 UNO students facilitated the afterschool programming effort.|
|Advocacy in the Arts Program (Fall 2022): 2022-23 (2852)||Health and Wellness||Millard Public Schools, Omaha Public Schools, Papillion LaVista Community Schools, UNMC Munroe Meyer Institute, Westside School District||Art and Art History, Student Life and Wellbeing||Knowledge and Resource Sharing||None||None||Fall||2022-23||Spring||2022-23||6||0||0||0||0||0||Develop./Physical Disability||MMI and UNO come together every thursday with MMI participants and students in the arts. There were 37 MMI participants.|
|Lead (Pb) in Spice (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3038)||Health and Wellness||Douglas County Department of Health & Human Services, Omaha Public Schools||Chemistry, Service Learning Academy (SLA)||Service Learning||None||None||Spring||2022-23||Spring||2022-23||22||220||0||0||0||0||Lead (a neurotoxin) can be found in household spices. In coordination with the Douglas County Health Department (DCHD), spices were collected from staff and students at Westview HS. The samples will then be tested during lab time to determine the presence of lead. The results of the lead testing will be shared back with the high school and the students. No identifiable information about the spices was collected, therefore we will not be reporting to families or DCDH if the spices tested positive for lead. P-16 Project CHEM 1144.003|