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ILUNO Intensive English



"UNO has offered English as a second language to international students for nearly 35 years. Students are in class 21 hours every week. Sessions last eight weeks and are scheduled six times throughout the year.

"New Intensive English (ILUNO) students collaborate with program instructors to evaluate their English ability and select language classes at one of five levels – beginning to advanced.

"Experienced instructors teach reading and vocabulary, grammar and writing, listening, pronunciation, TOEFL preparation, and critical-thinking skills. Instructors are available daily to meet with students to discuss their class work, language skills, and future academic plans."

Source: "About ILUNO." ILUNO Intensive English. International Studies & Programs. University of Nebraska at Omaha. Retrieved on December 16, 2016.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

International Studies and ILUNO Documents Accession 2021-010, circa 1978-2017

 Series — Box 2021-010: Series 2021-010
Identifier: 2021-010
Scope and Contents

Documents and data from UNO International Studies and Programs including ILUNO and sister university relationships with Shizuoka, Charles, and other universities.

Dates: circa 1978-2017

Report of the International Programs Review Committee, May 14, 2021

 File — Box 2016-107
Identifier: 2022-059
Scope and Contents

The International Programs Review Committee was charged with the purpose of reviewing the alignment of the Office of International Programs with the overall campus academic mission.

The committee operated from September 2020 through May 2021. Members included David Richards (chair), Lucy Morrison, Juan Casas, Jason Coleman, Jody Neathery-Castro, Tej Adidam, Angela Eikenberry, Steven Williams, Magie Hall, Omar Correa, and Cathy Pettid.

Dates: May 14, 2021

UNO International Programs Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UNO-0112
Scope and Contents The UNO International Programs Records comprise the print files of the University of Nebraska at Omaha International Studies and Programs unit. The material appears to date mostly from 1970-1990. The collection includes correspondence, trip reports, project reports, project proposals, forms, grant information, committee records, study abroad information, scholarship information, foreign government documents, newsletters, photographs, slides, and negatives. This collection has not yet been...
Dates: 1970-2022