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University of Nebraska at Omaha. College of Public Affairs and Community Service

 Organization

The University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) comprises eight academic units plus several subunits, including the Division of Continuing Studies, the School of Public Administration (which includes the Emergency Services Program, Urban Studies, the Aviation Institute, and the NASA Nebraska Space Grant Consortium), the Grace Abbott School of Social Work, the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (which includes the Lincoln campus program, the Nebraska Center for Justice Research, and the Juvenile Justice Institute), the Department of Gerontology, the Goodrich Scholarship Program, the Center for Public Affairs Research, and the William Brennan Institute for Labor Studies.



CPACS was originally established at UNO in 1972 as the School of Public Affairs and Community Service (SPACS). In 1973, it was upgraded to the College of Public Affairs and Community Service.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Diamond Jubilee : College of Public Affairs and Community Service, 1983

 Item
Scope and Contents Overview of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS), its programs and departments, and interviews with Robert M. Spire, Dr. David Hinton, Assoc. Dean, C.P.A.C.S., Wilda Stephenson, Senior Community Service Associate, Center for Applied Urban Research. Number 4 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.
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UNO College of Public Affairs and Community Service Records

 Collection
Identifier: UNO-0143
Scope and Contents

The UNO College of Public Affairs and Community Service Records thus far only includes the newsletters produced for faculty and staff in the College. The first issue, dated June 11, 1973, was titled SPACS Newsletter, reflecting the first year of the organization's existence, before it was upgraded from a School to a College within UNO. The publication underwent several title changes: Newsletter of the College of Public Affairs and Community ...