UNO’s Athletic Department recently received a leadership gift from Brian and Carey Hamilton.
Trev Alberts, UNO’s Athletic Director, says the money will be used for a student academic success center.
He says the department’s focus right now is to look programmatically at how they can help students and coaches be successful at Division 1.
Alberts says the university’s move to Division 1 means more competition and accountability. He says that’s why it’s important that the department administratively supports the student-athletes and coaches.
The video board from Omaha’s landmark Rosenblatt Stadium will soon have a new home.
Burke High School will have the video board in time for the Nebraska state track meet May 18th. Bob Danenhauer, supervisor of athletics for the Omaha Public Schools, says it’ll cost $400,000 to locate the video board at Burke, which will be paid for with donations.
Creighton University’s new president says long-term strategic and financial planning are important to the school’s success.
Father Timothy Lannon gave his first convocation address earlier this week. He’s the first Creighton University alumnus to serve as the school’s president. He says 25 percent of this year’s freshman class at Creighton University are first-generation college students. They’re fron all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and 38 countries.