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University of Nebraska at Omaha. Center for Urban Education



The Center for Urban Education at the University of Nebraska at Omaha was founded in 1968 by Floyd Waterman, professor of education. The center collaborated with Omaha community groups and offered tutoring to inner-city students. In 1980, the Center for Urban Education merged into the Center for Applied Urban Research.

Source: Swiatek, Daniel. "UNO education professor receives award for promoting racial harmony between teacher, minority students." Gateway Newspaper (Omaha, NE), Friday, July 31, 1987.

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UNO College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UNO-0035
Scope and Contents The UNO College of Education Records comprise the organizational records (1965-2001) of and resources (1948-2004) used by the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Education, including the Teacher Corps program (1970-1981). Teacher training resources include the School Building Construction Clinic books (1948), information about Nebraska schools, manuals, resource guides, handbooks, a card file of people and organizations, the Thinking About Thinking filmstrip series with...
Dates: 1948-2011