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University of Nebraska at Omaha. Office of the Chancellor



The Chancellor of the University of Nebraska at Omaha is the individual leading the university, subordinate to the University of Nebraska President and Board of Regents, and superior to all UNO vice-chancellors and deans. The Chancellor's Office includes a small core of administrators and assistants who support the Chancellor.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Ceremonial Shovel, 1988

 Item — Object 2021-027
Identifier: 2021-027
Scope and Contents A ceremonial shovel from the ground breaking of UNO's first residence halls on September 30, 1998. The shovel handle is wood with a goldplated, round blade. Attached to the wooden handle is a commemorative identifying label attached with foam mounting tape. The plate was beginning to separate from the tape at the time of its arrival in the Archives. The shovel is approximately 36 inches in length. The shovel is less than full-size and was not used to actually move any dirt during the...
Dates: 1988

Chancellor's Medals Not Awarded, circa 2000

 File — Box Awards [3]
Scope and Contents

Four Chancellor's medals, along with four ribbons which would have been attached to the medals for wearing around the neck. The ribbons are not presently attached to the medals. The four medals are identical to one another. They would have been presented by the chancellor to a faculty or staff member in recognition of an outstanding contribution to UNO. The medals in the collection are unawarded specimens.

Dates: circa 2000

UNO Durango Stress Toy, circa 2010

 Item — Box 2021-028
Identifier: 2021-028
Scope and Contents

A squeezable stress toy in the shape of Durango, the UNO mascot. Durango is black with white horns and eyes. "Go Mavs!" written in red is on Durango's neck. It is approximately 4.5 inches long and 3.5 inches tall.

Dates: circa 2010

UNO Office of the Chancellor Records

Identifier: UNO-0269
Content Description The records of the Office of the Chancellor document its areas of interest and work across the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The collection includes routine office files for committees, events, awards, and projects as related to students, alumni, donors, faculty, staff, community members, and organizations. Topics with a significant amount of records include athletics, student housing, AAUP, Building Bright Futures, program reviews, and the creation of the College of Information, Science...
Dates: circa 1970-2010