• November 7, 2019

    Carter connects with Husker faculty, staff, students

    Responding to a question about leadership style and the transition from the perceived rigidity of a service academy to the free-flowing nature of a liberal arts institution, Walter “Ted” Carter Jr. took more than 150 faculty and staff on a bombing run that helped define his career and beliefs.

    Full story: news.unl.edu

  • November 4, 2019

    Nebraska in the national news: October 2019

    The launch of the Nebraska Tech Collaborative and a university-backed startup company that offers firefighting drones made national news in October. The coverage was among 50-plus news stories featuring University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty, alumni, projects and programs during the month.

    Full story: news.unl.edu

  • October 30, 2019

    Mutual of Omaha Learn and Earn

    Mutual of Omaha Learn and Earn

    Hey students! Did you miss last week’s Learn and Earn with Mutual of Omaha in the Military & Veterans Success Center? Don’t worry! If you’re looking for internships, part-time, or full-time positions in a positive environment, then be sure to keep reading!
    Internships at Mutual of Omaha open-up to applicants in September and run through mid-October for the summer months. However, there are non-traditional internships throughout the year in IT, finance, accounting, marketing, and more. Internship info and applications can be found online at mutualofomaha.com/careers. They accept 100-150 interns for their part-time and full-time positions with some being remote.
    Benefits at Mutual of Omaha include medical, dental, paycheck, education reimbursement, maternity leave, and more. Education reimbursement is $5,250 per year with opportunities to move. More info can be found on the website! They do stretch assignments which give tasks that test capability and interests with employees and interns.
    Don’t submit a “one size fits all” resume for internships and/or jobs. Mutual of Omaha looks for people who would work well in different cultures and are active in the community. To submit an application, build your profile first and you will hear back within 48 hours of submission with a yes or no email. If accepted, it depends on each manager whether you will be interviewed once or potentially more times.
    The best advice given to students during this Learn and Earn Ove Lunch follows:
    -the longevity of employees shows a lot about the company, it’s quality of job and environment, and benefits. One of the representative from Mutual of Omaha interviewed for this article says he’s been there for 37 years in 8 different positions and has 7 family members also working for Mutual of Omaha.
    -there are quite a few technological changes happening through the company including cloud tech and other new technologies that enhance the company. So if these interest you, this could be a great fit for you and Mutual of Omaha!
    Thanks for reading and we look forward to seeing you at our next Learn and Earn on November 6th with the United States Citizen and Immigration Services! Go Big Red!

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  • October 28, 2019

    Former Naval Academy leader is priority candidate for NU presidency

    Walter “Ted” Carter Jr., a higher education executive with an extensive record of growing student and academic success, has been named the priority candidate to serve as the University of Nebraska system’s eighth president. The selection was announced Oct. 25 by the NU Board of Regents.

    Full story: news.unl.edu

  • October 23, 2019

    Nebraska ranked a national leader in web accessibility

    A national review of higher education websites has ranked the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in the top four in terms of accessibility.

    Full story: news.unl.edu

  • October 23, 2019

    University joins national alliance focused on inclusive, diverse STEM faculty

    The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is one of 20 universities joining a three-year institutional change effort to enhance its STEM faculty recruitment, hiring and retention practices. The new cohort joins an inaugural group of 15 institutions that began working together to advance such work earlier this year.

    Full story: news.unl.edu

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