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From the Editors: UNO Scott Scholars Work with the AIM Institute to Design Cohesion, Tell the Story

By SPN Newsroom / February 13, 2020

UNO first-year Computer Science major Zander Gibney’s favorite local nonprofit is—and we cannot stress this enough—the AIM Institute. Zander plans to pursue a career in video game development and spends a lot of his time buckling down to study. In that respect, he’s not unusual. Many university students study hard too, especially in the 24-to-48…

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SPN’s Year-End Top Ten

By Tom McCauley / December 26, 2019

2019 was a momentous year. The Washington Nationals won the World Series. Lizzo headlined her first music festival ever in Omaha, Nebraska. The president was impeached. And Silicon Prairie News continued to bring you the latest news on Midwest startups, tech and entrepreneurial culture. Here are 10 of our favorite articles from the past 12…

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Editorial: The Talent Problem Needs Community Solutions

By Scott Bragg / October 4, 2019

The talent problem is a multidimensional problem that continues to be portrayed as if it was a single dimensional problem. Job Openings + Job Seekers = Employment But this is not true.  Simply put, there are not enough people with the needed skills to fill high-end employment opportunities. The solution has always been to hire…

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Editorial: Connecting Activities, an Appeal

By Tom Chapman / September 12, 2019

As some of you may know, I write many articles for Silicon Prairie News and have been a regular part of the Omaha and regional ecosystem for almost two decades.  I know many of the readers of Silicon Prairie News personally.  I appreciate your readership. SPN is a critical way that we connect with the…

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