Academic rites and ceremonies
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Cheerful--Courageous--Confident: The Gift of an Idea to the University of Omaha Class of 1947, by Rowland Haynes, President
Cheerful--Courageous-- Confident: The Gift of an Idea to the University of Omaha Class of 1947, by Rowland Haynes, President is a printed commemorative copy of Rowland Haynes commencement speech to the 1947 OU graduating class, signed with a greeting by Rowland Haynes. The theme is cheerful courage through faith in God.
Material from the investiture of Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D. as the chancellor of the University of Nebraska at Omaha on September 4, 2019. Includes one invitation, dinner programs, investiture ceremony programs, and the 2018-2019 Access to Exceptional Points of Pride brochure. Dr. Gold was already serving as chancellor of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and had initially been appointed as Interim Chancellor at UNO.
Wooden baton, also called a mace, with rounded ends, painted with red and black bands. A red and black tassel is tied through a hole drilled at approximately one-third of the baton's length. The baton is 24 inches long with a diameter of 1 1/4 inches. The baton was carried by the faculty marshal who led the procession at the University of Omaha commencement ceremony.