University of Nebraska at Omaha. Alumni Association
- Usage: 1968 - present
- Usage: 1913 - 1968
The University of Nebraska at Omaha Alumni Association was founded in 1913 as the University of Omaha Alumni Association. All UNO and OU graduates are automatically members of the Alumni Association, although payment of dues is required to obtain certain benefits. The Alumni Association works to benefit the UNO campus and community.
On January 1, 2016, the UNO Alumni Association integrated with the University of Nebraska Foundation, by a strategic agreeement with a term of five years. The UNO Alumni Association continued to operate as a separate nonprofit organization, with many key operations combined with the NU Foundation.
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
The Omaha University megaphone is black and has “University,” “Omaha,” and “1953” handpainted on it.
Calendars issued by the Alumni Association for the years 1998 and 2002-2007, featuring pictures of UNO campus.
One white plastic Alumni Association coaster featuring Durango with steam coming out of the nose and the words "UNO Alumni" in red. One white stoneware Alumni Association coaster with a drawing of the Thompson Alumni Center exterior and the words "William H. Thompson Alumni Center."
One dinner plate bearing the Oneida mark with "University of Nebraska at Omaha" on the lip and "Alumni Association" on the bottom of the plate, both in gold.
One clear highball glass with the O logo and the word "Alumni" on the side in black.
Three wooden plaques from the Alumni Association listing honorees.
A deck of playing cards from the UNO Alumni Association in honor of the 2006 Annual Fund. Includes the box and complete set of cards in order. Each card includes a factoid about the university on the suit side. The box and cards include "UNO Alumni Association Est. 1913" and an image of Durango. The two jokers are a photo of a Durango figurine.
The papers of Betti Coleman Sage include programs, invitations, photographs, news clippings, and other ephemera from her years as a OU student (1955-1957) as well as some material from the University of Nebraska at Omaha Alumni Association in the 1970s.
One maroon UNO College of Education pennant featuring the image of the mascot's head in black. The text in black reads "University of Nebraska Omaha Mavericks TM College of Education."
The Crete Relay was organized by the OU Alumni Association after an invitation from the Mayor of Omaha to the Mayor of Crete to sit with him at the OU Homecoming game against Doane College. OU alumni and students ran a 102-mile relay to hand-deliver the event ticket to Crete. The scrapbook includes news clippings, copies of the letters exchanged, and related material.
Jim Leslie and Dan Devere discuss the contributions of the Alumni Association to UNO. Number 11 in the University of Nebraska at Omaha's Diamond Jubilee series. Sponsored by UNO's College of Continuing Studies in cooperation with television station KMTV. From the series TV Classroom. Producer, Jerry Greenberg; director, Gary Repair; host, Herb Price.
Title as listed in guide to series: Alumni after 75 years.
Original format: VHS.
The papers of Evelyn Kletke include material about class reunions in the 1980s and early 1990s as well as a program from her time as a student in the mid-1940s.
University of Omaha white football jersey #75 worn by James E. Herren in the 1960 season.
A print of the UNO campus featuring the Henningson Memorial Campanile and the building now known as the CPACS building prior to its renovation. Individually numbered "cp Noods 102/200" and the artist's signature "R Noods."
The series contains photographs and drawings of UNO buildings with personal messages to Jim Leslie from a person for who the building is named. The messages and autographs were given to Leslie during his tenure as UNO Alumni Association president. Signatories include: Bob Reilly, Ronald Roskens, Helene Sapp, Del Weber, Peter Kiewit, Daniel Jenkins II, Marge Durham, Walter Scott, and Bill (William) Strauss.
Two UNO marching band uniforms including hats, tops, and pants.
Pin is gold and features the UNO Arts and Sciences Hall cupola with a depression beneath the cupola designed to hold a very small diamond. The lapel pins were designed and created by the UNO Alumni Association in 1983 to honor the UNO 75th Anniversary.