Angelika Walker

PROFILES BY Angelika Walker

Marti Rosen-Atherton

After a few moments of conversation with Marti, it’s easy to see why she has been a shoulder to lean on for so many students, faculty, and staff across the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) camp

Ruth Diamond

Ruth Diamond danced her way into Omaha in 1931, knocking down barriers and disrupting gender norms as she pioneered, introduced, and established modern dance as an art form and area of study at the Un

AREAS OF INTREST: Arts, Education

Dorothy Patach

Dorothy Patach is the kind of woman someone can talk to about her life and, five hours later, still be hearing stories from the highlights reel. From major medical advancements to community-revolution

Mary Williamson

WASP, advertisor, teacher, dean, mentor; these are only some of the roles Mary Ellen Williamson occupied during her lifetime. Joining the UNO faculty in 1969, teaching was actually Mary’s second car