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University of Nebraska at Omaha

 Organization

The University of Nebraska at Omaha is a four-year state university in Omaha, Nebraska. It was founded as a private, coeducational college named the University of Omaha in 1908 by the Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Omaha. In 1930, with voter approval, the City of Omaha took control of the university, changing it to the Municipal University of Omaha. In 1968, the university merged into the University of Nebraska system, becoming the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The University of Nebraska at Omaha was an urban commuter campus until 1999, when the first student housing was opened.

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Diamond Jubilee : The Future, 1983

 Item
Scope and Contents Guy Mockelman, a student regent, and Teresa Wernsman, freshman student senator, discuss their reasons for coming to UNO. Number 12 in the University of Nebraska at Omaha's Diamond Jubilee series. Sponsored by UNO's College of Continuing Studies in cooperation with television station KMTV. From the series TV Classroom.
Runtime: 28:40:00
Original format: VHS.

Freshman Leadership Council Welcome Card, 2011

 Item — Object: FLC [1]
Scope and Contents

The Freshman Leadership Council Welcome Card is a giant greeting card. The front of the card reads "Welcome 2011 Freshman" with the Univeristy of Nebraska at Omaha logo and mascot, and a background collage of images of the unviersity. The inside of the card contains the printed text, "You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. You are the guy who'll decide where ...

Ouampi window decals, circa 1969

 Item — Object: Memorabilia [9]
Scope and Contents OUampi stickers from the University of Nebraska at Omaha era. The stickers read "UN Omaha."

University Nebraska at Omaha Framed Etching, circa 1980

 Item — Box: Art [5]
Scope and Contents Framed etching titled "University Nebraska at Omaha" by David Frederick Gray. The piece includes university buildings and people such as Arts & Sciences Hall, Milo Bail Student Center, football stadium and Sapp Fieldhouse, library, Roskens Hall, Kayser Hall, and others, Numbered 3 of 350.

University of Nebraska at Omaha, Arcadia Publishing, 2006-2007

 Series — Box: 4
Scope and Contents

This is a collection of materials generated during writing of University of Nebraska at Omaha (2007) by Oliver B. Pollak and Les Valentine, a title in the Arcadia Publishing Campus History Series. The collection includes correspondence, newspaper articles, written notes, and rough draft photocopies. These materials predominantly date to circa 2006-2007.

University of Nebraska at Omaha to University of New Orleans Hurricane Relief Project T-shirts, 2005

 Item — Box: Apparel [39]
Scope and Contents Two UNO to UNO (University of Nebraska at Omaha to University of New Orleans) Hurricane Relief Project white t-shirts. The project was in response to Hurrican Katrina in 2005.

UNO Centennial Plate, 2009

 Item — Object: Centennial [4]
Scope and Contents An 8” glass plate produced by Peggy Karr Glass, Inc. to mark the centennial of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The plate bears the UNO centennial logo of four buildings surrounding the Henningson Memorial Campanile with “UNO 100” beneath the buildings. Plate is in original box and includes pamphlet on production methods of the manufacturer. Date is from signature on plate.

UNO Digital Photographs and Video, 2012-March 2016

 File
Scope and Contents Digital pPhotos and videos shot by the UNO campus photographers between 2012 and March 2016. The media files document the UNO campus, events, and people with formal and informal individuals and groups.

UNO Ouampi notebook, circa 1969

 Item — Object: Memorabilia [8]
Scope and Contents Spiral notebook from the University Bookstore, blank, featuring University of Nebraska at Omaha mascot OUampi on the cover, circa 1969, shortly after the Municipal University of Omaha merged with the University of Nebraska System.